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Six Flags Great Adventure NJ Winter Holiday Event
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Winter Holiday Event Coming to Six Flags Great Adventure in 2015

This winter, the Santa tracker will lead right to Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson. Six Flags’s annual holiday extravaganza – Holiday in the Park – will debut at the New Jersey park on November 21 and run weekends and select days through January 3, 2016. Millions of glittering lights, dazzling holiday entertainment, delicious seasonal treats, Santa’s village, animals and many popular rides will magically transform the summer thrill destination into a winter wonderland.

Six Flags NJ Dichali Kenobi Sea Lions

Love Is in the Air – and the Water – at Six Flags Great Adventure

Bring together two kissing sea lions, a pair of love birds and the married couple that makes it all possible, and you’ve got a recipe for Valentine’s Day at Six Flags Great Adventure. This weekend, three special couples will celebrate their love Six Flags-style – California sea lions Kenobi and Dichali, blue and gold macaws Eugene and Ariel, and their caretakers, animal training supervisors David and Jessica Peranteau.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park NJ
Attractions Reviews

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Review: Having Fun with Little Kids

An overview of a family visit to Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Jackson NJ with small children. Read about what you can do there with a 4-year old and a 1-and-a half year old. The water park is lots of fun for young kids, no matter their age. Between the big wave pool, the Discovery Bay children playground with miniature pools and slides, and the relaxing Lazy River, there’s lots to do for everyone on a nice summer day.

Zumanjaro Drop of Doom Six Flags Great Adventure

Six Flags Great Adventure Launches Record-Breaking Drop Ride, Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom

On the 4th of July, 2014, Six Flags Great Adventure unveiled this year’s most anticipated extreme ride, Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom – the world’s tallest and fastest drop ride. It hoists riders 415 feet into the sky and plummets them back to Earth at speeds of up to 90 miles per hour. The ride has three towers attached to the iconic Kingda Ka roller coaster