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Wild Adventures get 'frightful' and announces new feature

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LOWNDES CO., GA (WALB) -

'Terror in the Wild' is a new feature attraction, and it's happening now at Wild Adventures Theme Park, near Valdosta.

This feature takes Halloween to a new level, and happens every Friday and Saturday night from now until October 29.

Public Relations Manager Laurie Windham says they  have 12 haunting attractions with a variety of themes including scary clowns and ghouls. There is also a 'Kid-O-Ween,' which is more for the younger park guests and that happens during the day.

Terror in the Wild happens from dusk until 11:00 p.m.

Wild Adventures is also adding on to its Splash Island Water park, but you'll have to wait until 2017 for that. The theme park officially made the announcement a few weeks back. The feature is getting bigger, and wetter, with 'Ohana Bay.'

This new section is all about family because 'ohana' means family.

It's a new family oasis with seven new slides that the whole family can enjoy. But you can't do this attraction yet; Ohana Bay will open next season.

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