Trainer for a Day
Be a Trainer for a Day!
TRAINER FOR A DAY IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE
During the Trainer for a Day program, up to four lucky participants will shadow one of our animal care specialistls around during a typical seven-hour day. Our guest trainers will care for our animals and experience feeding, touching, and communicating. Trainers can also get in-water with our dolphins, learn how we communicate through use of signals, and motion them to do a series of fun behaviors. It’s truly a rare experience to get up-close with some of our marine mammals.
- $400 per person
- Registration includes a Trainer for a Day T-Shirt, souvenir Kodak photo, animal painting, and lunch with your trainer.
- Participants must be 52” or taller, and at least 12 years old* (see age requirements below)
- Participants must be able to climb stairs, lift up to 50 pounds, swim without assistance, and communicate effectively in English.
- Available on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays during park operating days.
Season Pass Holders get 20% off on Trainer for a Day! To receive your discount, call (707) 556-5274
Already booked your Trainer for a Day?
View and print your directions and waiver. Please print and sign the documents and bring them to the park on the date of your visit.
*Age Requirements: Ages 12-15 are required to have an 18 or older chaperone attend the entire program with them (lunch included for chaperone). Ages 15 and 16 are able to attend on their own, with parent/guardian release or chaperone. Chaperones are not allowed or required for 18 and over participants. Chaperones do not take part in the interaction portions of the program., they are there to assist the minor and be a guardian during their day with us. Chaperone must be registered in advance. Limit one chaperone per family, per minor; please call (707) 556-5434 to register chaperone. Six Flags remains committed to the health and safety of our guests, team members and animals. At times it may be necessary to close an exhibit in order to protect the health of the animals in our care. Thank you for your understanding.