VALDOSTA, Ga. – While there have been no reported cases of COVID-19 at Wild Adventures, they are committed to putting the health and safety of their team members, guests and animals first. Doing their part to help prevent further spread of the illness in the community is important, and therefore they will be temporarily closing to the public effective Monday, March 16 as a precautionary measure and are planning to reopen on Saturday, March 28.
Their devoted animal husbandry teams and essential personnel will continue to maintain the vital systems and processes that ensure the highest level of care for the animals at Wild Adventures. These team members have been trained on hygiene policies, social distancing methods and have access to personal protective gear. Additional team members, who cannot work remotely, will receive paid leave.
During this time, they will continue to follow recommendations of public health officials and monitor the situation with regular updates posted to our website www.WildAdventures.com/Coronavirus-Updateand social pages. They will work with guests to reschedule their visit or refund tickets as needed.
Wild Adventures continues to watch the conditions within the area, consult with its medical experts and to follow CDC guidelines. The park will communicate any changes should they occur.