Six Flags

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Departure Times
  • 6:00 am - LETS GO OC
  • 6:10 am - Ocean City - BB&T Bank @ 47th Street
  • 6:15 am - Ocean City - 7-Eleven @ 139th Street
  • 6:20 am - Fenwick Island (Royal Farm Gas Station)
  • 6:30 am - Bethany Beach (Fire Station)
  • 6:55 am - Rehoboth Beach (Outlet Bus Station - Next To Banana Republic)
  • 7:00 am - Rehoboth Beach (Rehoboth Ave & Boardwalk)
The duration of the trip is approximately 3:30 hours, arrival at Six Flags, NJ - 10:00 am

When we arrive we will have an orientation and everybody will be given a map of the park and one day pass if purchased from us. The park opens at 10am.

The tour guide will show you the most famous rides and attractions inside the park, but you can go on your own if you want to.

7:30 pm Departure from Busch Gardens
10:30 pm Arriving at Rehoboth Beach
11:30 am Arriving at Ocean City, MD

Six Flags - Jackson, NJ

Six Flags Great Adventure & Safari is a theme park in Jackson Township, Ocean County, New Jersey,United States, owned by Six Flags Entertainment Corp.. Situated between New York City and Philadelphia, the park complex also contains the Six Flags Wild Safari animal park and Hurricane Harbor water park.

The park opened in 1974 under restaurateur Warner LeRoy. Six Flags took over ownership of the park in 1977. Today, the park contains eleven themed areas, four of which are designed for small children. Including the animal safari, Six Flags Great Adventure covers the most land of all Six Flags properties.

In August 30, 2012, Six Flags combined its 160-acre (65 ha) Great Adventure Park with its 350-acre (140 ha) Wild Safari animal park to form the 510-acre (210 ha) Great Adventure & Safari park which it claimed it would make it the largest theme park in the world -- 10 acres larger than Disney's Animal Kingdom's reported 500 acres (200 ha). However various sources say that Disney Animal Kingdom is still bigger with 580 acres. Other references including one on Disney's official corporate site say Disney Animal Kingdom is 403 acres (163 ha) and thus significantly smaller than the new Great Adventure park

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