The late 1990s were an exciting time for Wild Adventures theme park, located in Valdosta, Georgia. The park was seeing major expansions, and in 1998 when this media is from that was still quite true.
The cover of the brochure for the year - which is actually a larger sized booklet - advertises some of the additions for the year. There were both new rides and animal attractions, each of which are key draws for the park.
Here we get a good look at all that was new at the park. The text here indicates that there were "25 great new family rides for kids of all ages." The biggest thrill ride that had been added was the Boomerang, but a slew of new flat rides also opened at the park. These included a Time Warp, Aviator, Chaos, Pharaoh's Fury, and Tilt-a-Whirl among others. The Plunge was a new wet/dry slide combo that many appreciated during the Summer heat.
While lots of rides had been added the animal attractions at the park were still an important factor in bringing in visitors. Plenty of exhibits let guests see Elephants, lion, tigers (oh my!), monkeys and plenty more. The concerts that were held at the park were also a draw - along with the nightly "Wild Laser Adventures" show.
The back of the pamphlet, like most at the time, featured the details such as hours and prices. Also like most parks they were pushing their season pass, which was a rather cheap $59.95 in 1998.
This is the park map that was given out that year, though it was a bit vague for my tastes. It has been detailed significantly since then, but it at least gave an idea of where the rides vs. animal attractions were located. If you compare this to a more recent map you can quickly see just how much expansion has taken place at the park since then!