Six Flags Great Adventure season passes won't include water park

Posted Saturday, April 8, 2000 6:59 AM | Contributed by P-Dawg

The Courier Post (South Jersey news paper) had a blurb that season pass holders to Great Adventure will have to pay a regualr admission price every time they visit the water park, rather then have it included in the season pass tag. The same also applies for regular one-day visitors.

William Muirhead stated, "It's a seperate entity. We're concerned about capacity." Hurricane Harbor will hold 11,000 to 12,000 people daily (theme park holds 35,00 comfortably). Needless to say this is a big disappointment to us Six Flags season pass holders. But, safety, security, and now capacity should be less of a worry to us... hopefully.

Saturday, April 8, 2000 2:38 PM
This is not much of a surprise because all of the Six Flags with seperate water parks have seperate admission to the water park and theme park, The only exceoption is in St. Louis where your one-day ticket is good to both parks, but the season pass is only good at the theme park and you must purchase a seperate water park ticket if you are a SP holder and want to go to the water park (I hope that makes sense).
Saturday, April 8, 2000 5:08 PM
Jeff's avatar The park formerly known as Geauga Lake (SFO) also includes the water park, as it always has. This was a bragging point for the construction manager when I was there a few weeks ago.

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