New Jersey Attractions




New Jersey attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.


Sahara Sam's Oasis

Sahara Sam's Oasis is a 58,000 square-foot indoor water park in West Berlin. Open year round, it also features a retractable roof and has a constant temperature of 84 degrees. It includes the “Gold Rush Arcade”, the lazy “Congo Bongo River” and the “Rip Curl” flow rider. Slides include the “Snake Eyes” double speed slides and the “Mount Kilimanjaro” four-story family raft ride.

Kids will enjoy the many levels of the “Tim-Buk-Tu Tree Fort” that also includes web crawls, tunnels, tipping bucket and interactive water features. Other children’s areas include the “Sam’s Slam Dunker” basketball pool, “Crocodile Flats” water play area with rope climbing and turtle floats and the “Lizard Lagoon” toddler pool with fountains and mini slides.

For more information on this New Jersey theme park, please contact:

Sahara Sam's Oasis
535 N. Route 73
West Berlin, NJ 08091
856-663-3695
www.saharasams.com



Six Flags Great Adventure
Six Flags Wild Safari Animal Park
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

Six Flags Great Adventure is a 1700-acre theme park located in Jackson between New York and Philadelphia.

Open since 1974, it is the largest seasonal theme park in the country and features a 45-acre water park, drive-through Animal Park and over 100 rides and attractions, including thirteen roller coasters.

It also features four themed children's areas, live stage shows and meet and greets with favorite LOONEY TUNES and Justice League characters.

Roller coasters include the “Medusa” floorless coaster and the world's tallest and fastest roller coaster “Kingda Ka”.

There’s also the “Batman: The Ride” inverted coaster, “The Dark Knight” totally dark coaster and “Superman: Ultimate Flight”.

Other coasters include “Nitro”, “The Great American Scream Machine”, “Runaway Mine Train” and the indoor/outdoor “Skull Mountain”.

Wooden coasters include the dueling tracks of “Rolling Thunder” and the world’s second tallest and fastest wooden coaster, “El Toro”. The park also includes “Blackbeard’s Lost Treasure Train” kiddie coaster.

Family rides include the “Big Wheel” Ferris wheel, “Flying Wave” swings, the swinging “Jolly Roger” and “Buccaneer” rides. Water rides include the “Sawmill Log Flume” and “Congo Rapids” whitewater raft ride.

This New Jersey theme park includes four areas with rides and attractions dedicated to younger guests.

• Golden Kingdom is 12-acre area that includes a tiger exhibit and a jungle-themed stage show. It also features “Balin's Jungle Land” with five children's rides along with the interactive play structure, “Tigerland Treehouse” and the “Splashwater Oasis” sprayground.

• Looney Tunes Seaport features several kiddie rides, including the “Road Runner Railway”, “Taz’s Tornado” and “Daffy’s Deep River” submarine ride. It also includes the “Bugs Bunny Play Factory” soft play area.

• Bugs Bunny National Park is a six-acre area that features small versions of many of the parks full size rides. Some of the 16 rides and attractions include the “Wile E. Coyote Canyon Blaster”, “The Foghorn Leghorn Stagecoach Express” train rode and the “Porky Pig Camp Wagons” mini Ferris wheel. This area also includes the “Bugs Bunny National Water Park Tower” sprayground.

• Wiggles World is the park’s fourth children’s area and features ride and attractions designed especially for children between two and six years old. Rides include the “Big Red Cars”, “Big Red Planes”, “Bouncin’ with Wags” and “Dorothy’s Racing to the Rainbow”. It also features the “S.S. Feathersword” play ship.

Six Flags Wild Safari Animal Park is a 350-acre park considered to be the world's largest drive-through safari outside of Africa. It allows guests to journey through six continents and see over 1,200 exotic animals living in their natural habitats. After completing their journey, guests can visit the Wild Safari Exploration Station for hands-on interactive adventures. The station provides educational and entertaining animal shows, as well as exhibits and plenty of opportunities get up close and touch the animals.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is a 45-acre tropical water park located next door to Six Flags Great America. Open May through September, it features over a dozen slides and attractions, including one of the world's largest adventure rivers “Taak It Eez Ee Creek” and the “Blue Lagoon” wave pool. Kids of all ages will enjoy the huge “Discovery Bay” interactive water playground with four slides, tipping buckets and mini wave pool.

Thrill slides include “Bada Bing”, “Bada Bang” and “Bada Boom” five-story slides along with the “Jurahnimo Falls”, “Cannonball Falls” and “Wahini” vertical speed slides. Family tube rides include the “Big Bambu” and “Reef Runner” whitewater slides. Other slides include the “Hurricane Mountain” toboggans and the “Boreas”, “Eurus”, “Zephyrus” and “Nortus” body slides.

Six Flags Great Adventure & Wild Safari Animal Park is open April through November with varying days and hours. Each park requires separate admission and combination tickets are available.

For more information on these New Jersey theme parks, please contact:

Six Flags Great Adventure & Wild Safari Animal Park
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor
Route 537
Jackson, NJ 08527
732-928-8102
www.sixflags.com



Splash Zone

Splash Zone is a small water park located on the Wildwood Boardwalk adjacent to Wildwood’s enormous free beach. It is open May through September and features a large, family activity pool, the lazy “Adventure River” and three children’s play areas. Slides include the “Terminator” and “Free Fall” speed slides and the “Creamator”, “Speed Dominator” and the “Abyss” body flumes. Other slides include the “Beast of the East” whitewater raft ride along with the “Slippery Chutes”, “Midnight Run” and the “Slide Winder”.

Kids will enjoy the giant tipping bucket at the “Hurricane Island” children’s area that also includes a multi-level play structure with tunnels, nets, three slides and interactive water features. Other children’s areas include the “Zoe Zone” kiddie pool and the “Hydra Zone” water sprayground.

For more information on this New Jersey theme park, please contact:

Splash Zone
3500 Boardwalk
Wildwood, NJ 08260
609-729-5600
www.splashzonewaterpark.com



The Steel Pier

The Steel Pier is a world-famous amusement park located across the street from Trump's Taj Mahal Casino on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Extending 1000 feet into the ocean, it features an arcade, midway games and over 20 carnival rides and attractions. Classic rides include a Ferris wheel, “Tilt-O-Whirl”, “Disco” and “Double Decker Carousel”. Other attractions include go-karts, bumper cars, rock climbing wall and soft play area.

For more information on this New Jersey theme park, please contact:

The Steel Pier
1000 Boardwalk
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
609-345-4893
www.steelpier.com







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