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Six Flags Great Adventure Wild Safari

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Six Flags Great Adventure Wild Safari

Sticking his neck out at Six Flags Great Adventure Wild Safari.

Six Flags, 2007. Used with permission.
OK, so nobody would ever mistake New Jersey for Africa. But the Wild Safari is quite well done. The 1200-or-so animals at the 350-acre safari roam more or less freely. Among the animals are elephants, camels, lions, white tigers, kangaroos, rhinos, and zebras. The Exploration Station allows guests to interact with animals, including an adorable capuchin monkey. There are also educational shows and demonstrations.

Location and Phone:

Jackson, New Jersey
732-928-1821

On-Site Parks:

Six Flags Great Adventure Wild Safari is one of three parks at Six Flags Great Adventure:

Admission Info:

Starting in 2013, a single ticket will grant admission to both the theme park and the safari.

For an additional fee, the park offers a super-premium V.I.P Off-Road Adventure Tour.

Directions:


From New Jersey and New York: NJ Turnpike to Exit 7A, I-195 E to Exit 16A.
Alternate route: Garden State Parkway to Exit 98, I-195 W to exit 16. One mile west on Rte. 537 to Six Flags.

From Philadelphia: Ben Franklin Bridge to Route 38 E. NJ Turnpike N to Exit 7A to I-195 E to exit 16A.
Alternate route: Route 295 N to I-195 E to Exit 16A.

Safari Highlights:


The safari offers visitors the opportunity to get up-close and personal with a huge variety of animals. Guests can interact with animals at the Exploration Station.

Other Six Flags Great Adventure Info:

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