Face New Phobias at Wild Adventures
By Micha FroehlichValdosta, GA- Are you scared of the dark? Do heights make your knees shake? Does the sight of small critters make you scream? Wild Adventures dares you to face your fears at this year’s Phobia. With an all-new haunted village, phobia shows, and friendly frights, everyone can enjoy the Halloween season at Wild Adventures, beginning September 27 through November 1.
Published: September 26, 2008 at 10:24 AM
Several improvements and changes to this year’s haunting season will focus on family-friendly attractions as well as a consolidated Scare Zone. The return of a theatrical show and a creature show, even the youngest adventurer can take part and enjoy this event.
New to Phobia is Hatterville. No longer a quaint little farming village, the inhabitants of Hatterville have been brought back to life by the self-appointed Mayor Hatter. The beady eyed mayor saunters around the village in a black silk top hat, luring in new residents. Scare Zones in Hatterville include Carnival of the Macabre, Dominion of the Dead, Mummy House, and the Hatterville Hotel. Visit www.phobiaevent.com to reveal the tale behind the village.
If mayhem, madness and motorcycles get your heart pounding, watch the Globe of Terror. The stunt show features a 16-foot round steel cage with high speed motorcycle stunt drivers speeding inside. Big-air freestyle jump is also a part of this heart-stopping show.
Be careful where you step in the Black Forest. The only way out of Hatterville, the foreboding forest abounds with human-like trees and vines. Beware, many people mysteriously disappear within its boundaries.
Conquer your fear of critters and nocturnal animals at Creepy Critters, a phobia show. Learn amazing facts about these nocturnal creatures that play when the rest of the park is asleep. In the mood for Halloween romance? Bumpkin Patch is the story of cowboy love as the hero falls in love with the sweetest ghost to come back from the dead. Watch as the kooky cast sings and dance in this graveyard-come-to-life romance.
Even little ghosts and goblins can enjoy Phobia with family-friendly activities. The Spooky Hayride will take you on a strange ride through Wild Adventures with unexpected twists and turns along the way. Come see the park like never before. Little ghosts and goblins can visit the “haunted” Boo House featuring cheerful puppets, talking flowers and just the right amount of excitement. Halloween doesn’t have to be all scary!
Phobia returns to the park for its fourth and biggest year yet. The event begins September 27 and continues until November 1 with the haunted activities included in park admission. Regular admission is $45 and Junior/Senior admission is $40 and both include a Second-Day Free. Discount coupons are available at participating Wendy’s restaurants. Due to the event, some rides will be operating on a limited basis.
For more information on Phobia, visit www.phobiaevent.com. For more information on any of the park’s activities, please visit www.wildadventures.net or call (229) 219-7080.
Micha Froehlich is the Public Relationa Coordinator at Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, GA.
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