If you have taken a road trip north or south on I-75 in the south east then you have most likely see Valdosta named. Valdosta is a city in Georgia with a lot to offer, one of the biggest attraction is the Wild Adventures Theme Park. This giant zoo has over 50 different type of animals to look at and take in. Wild Adventure also has a large collection of thrill rides. From coasters to swinging birds this park is going to have something for everyone. Two of the parks coasters just got a major overhaul with Boomerang getting a fresh coat of blue and yellow paint making it look brand new. Also Go Bananas got reengineered turning it into an almost new coaster all together. There are many other rides to choose from like the Rattler, Swamp Thing, Pharaoh’s Fury, Cheetah, and Firecracker. This park has a lot to offer and plenty to keep you busy all day long. Just in case you get tired of the highflying adventure thrill rides you can sit down and enjoy a some live shows. Four to be exact and one of the most popular is the Tigers of India, during this 25 minute show trainers get close and personal with the giant Tigers found in India. They share the same exhibit with them and even let the giant cats lick their face. Wild Adventure Theme Park is a fun time and worth a visit of any amount of time.
Enterprise rent-A-car has many convenient locations in the Valdosta area. They are easy to find and have helpful staff members. Enterprise also has the best rates around, when you combine the best rates with brand new cars, a good staff you have a great deal. Selection a location to the right to get started.
If after a day at the Theme Park you are looking for a place to relax and get out of the city then the Grand Bay Wildlife Management Area is the place for you. This is an outdoors area that is partly maintained by the wildlife workers. It has a half mile boardwalk that allows access to the wetter parks of the woods. At the end of the boardwalk there is a 54 foot tall tower that allows a splendid view of the area. View such as the open prairie and heron rookery in the bay’s center. The area is a total of 13,000 acre and is the second largest swamp in Georgia. Throughout the year seasons change and so do the animals, which can be found. For example around mid November the Migratory Greater sand hill cranes fly in and remain until well into January. These cranes are usually a sight to see because each year several hundred fly in and proceed to eat most of the floating vegetation that grew over the hot summer. The Grand Bay area is a great place to bring your family or to stop in by yourself to enjoy a little freedom and quite. Often times the only sound you can hear is the slow chirp of birds and the bark of the gators every so often. This park is one of the most popular spots to see gators in the wild.