It's a brand new resort and it is located at a great place, Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson Township, New Jersey. This is the first overnight resort at Six Flags Great Adventure and it looks very cool. It's a chance to camp in comfort alongside the safari at the park. According to the park, "Six Flags Great Adventure Resort is thrilled to announce the grand opening of Savannah Sunset Resort and Spa, welcoming guests beginning June 14. Reservations are now being accepted for the new luxury glamping experience nestled in the heart of the 350-acre Six Flags Wild Safari, home to over 1,200 animals. The exclusive resort promises an unforgettable, first-class experience for those seeking an indulgent retreat."

 

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This past season I went to the park and they had a model of one of the rooms at Savannah Sunset and it was very nice. Beautiful living space and we can't wait to go and stay at the first-ever hotel at Six Flags Great Adventure. We have been going to the park since it opened on July 1st, 1974. This is exciting and hopefully the beginning of more overnight accommodations coming to the Jackson Township theme park. For years we have said how great it would be to have hotel options at the park.

 

 

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CLICK HERE TO MAKE A RESERVATION 

With a two-night minimum stay, guests will enjoy a giraffe feeding, daily breakfast, multi-park passes giving access to all 3 Six Flags Great Adventure Resort parks, and more.

 

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