Bark in the Park
Put your tails in the air like you just don't care!
Our annual Bark in the Park costume contest is back on Sunday, October 4. Dress your pups up in their favorite Halloween costume and bring them to the park! Bring your precious canine in costume and get FREE park admission*! Doggie family members that want to join in on the fun can get admission for just kid’s price. First, second and third place winners get bone-chilling prizes that will make all the other dogs drool.
Participation is open to everyone! Starting at noon, visit our registration table located at the main entrance gate. Each dog will have to sign a safety waiver during the registration process.
After registration, head over to the Killway Arena, where the competition starts at 2:30 p.m. All dogs must exit the park by 4:00 p.m.
Throughout the event, donations will be accepted for Adirondack Save-A-Stray. If you donate items with a total value of $10 or more, you can receive 50% off general admission. The organization is in need of the following items:
- Dog & cat food (dry or wet)
- Dog & cat treats
- Pet cleaning supplies
- Cat litter
- New or gently used towels, blankets, and bedding
Six Flags Membership
For the very best value around, sign up a Six Flags Membership! The Six Flags Membership program features the greatest value, the best benefits, and the most unique experiences we've ever offered on one pass. You'll get all of the benefits of Season Passes PLUS a variety of special features we've never offered before such as unlimited soft drinks, preferred parking, up to 50% off almost everything, and much more. With unlimited visits all season, free tickets for friends on select days and hundreds of dollars’ worth of in-park savings, this is one sweet deal you can’t afford to miss.
*One free admission per dog.
About Adirondack Save-A-Stray
Adirondack Save-A-Stray, celebrating 28 years of operation this fall, is a nonprofit organization that takes in stray, abandoned, and unwanted animals. This organization is regarded as progressive and cutting edge adoption shelter, as they introduce basic premise that all animals should be spayed or neutered, thereby reducing the vast number of unwanted and abused animals. Adirondack Save-A-Stray has grown beyond their expectations and are adopting out almost 2500 animals annually.