We’re not monkeying around. Six Flags Great Adventure recently announced it will reopen its Safari adventure drive-through for the first time since 2012.
Located in Jackson, New Jersey, the decision was made on the heels of NJ Governor Phil Murphy’s executive order permitting drive-through events implementing social distancing guidelines.
Six Flags Great Adventure’s Safari operated as a self-drive-through experience from 1974 through 2012. Since 2013, Great Adventure has offered guided truck tours of the Safari. Returning to a standalone, drive-through format enables guests to enjoy the Safari’s 1,200 exotic animals from the privacy and safety of their own vehicles, while allowing for proper social distancing. The theme park is currently finalizing new safety procedures to protect guests, team members, and animals.
Once the opening date is announced, you’ll have to use their online reservation system to purchase tickets. You cannot purchase tickets in person.
The theme park and waterpark remain closed until further notice. Until then, check out some virtual roller coasters from home!