Published on : Saturday, September 9, 2017
While Hurricane Irma compels the residents of Florida to rush northwards, Wild Adventures Theme Park that is based in Valdosta, in Georgia has started offering free admission to the evacuees of Hurricane Irma.
This theme park has commenced with this process since Saturday at its 3766 Old Clyattville Road location.
In order to be admitted, the evacuees need to present a proof of their residency or valid ID card from the nations that have official evacuation orders from the regions like South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The park would be opened around 10 a.m.
Molly Deese who is the General Manager of this theme park mentioned in a statement that the authorities of the tourist attraction deeply feel for the unfortunate victims and everyone who have been affected by Irma and therefore are keen to help them with shelter in the theme park, where they can enjoy a few hours of fun at the same time.