Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Drive-Thru Safari at Six Flags Great Adventure on Sunday, August 26, 2012...

This latest BLOG entry highlights Six Flags Great Adventure's Wild Safari in its entirety, with public access slated to be eliminated on September 30, 2012.  What becomes of this area is anyone's guess for now, but Six Flags will make their announcement on Thursday, August 30, 2012, so stay tuned to their website for further details.
 
The photos are arranged beginning with some overall views showing the close proximity to the Theme Park.  Next the entrance plaza and Kingda Ka is shown, along with the Baboon area, which is near the exit of the Safari as well as the entrance plaza.  Continuing along takes us to many areas of animals such as Elephants, Giraffes, Lions, Tigers, Bears and Kangaroos, among others.  Finally, we end the tour with more all encompassing views of this 350 acre Safari, showing just how vast this land of wild animals in Jackson, New Jersey really is.
 
As always, I hope you enjoy the View from Above...
 
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#1 - Looking southeast
#2 - Looking southeast
#3 - Kingda Ka's spike, Safari entrance plaza (bottom) and the Baboon area near the exit
#4 - Great Adventure Theme Park (looking north) and Safari entrance (lower right)
#5 - Kingda Ka's spike and Safari entrance plaza (right)
#6 - Safari entrance plaza
#7 - Baboon area and Safari entrance, looking north
#8 - Kinda Ka's spike, Baboon area and the Hurricane Harbor parking lot in the distance
#10 - Baboon area
#11 - Elephant area
#12 - Elephant area
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#16 - In the lower part of the photo is where the road loops back around in the Tiger area
#17 - Animal care shed
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#19 - A blue tour bus is seen in this photo
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#21 - Looking north
#22 - Looking north; just look at the area of the Safari compared to the theme park
#23 - Looking northeast
#24 - Looking southeast, with a drained Prospertown Lake in the mid to lower right

See you after the Next Flight...
















































See you after the next Flight...

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