Six Flags themeparks

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20 Oct 2014 04:47 - 20 Oct 2014 05:17 #1 by mctrade
Six Flags themeparks was created by mctrade
This area is for all six flags theme park discussions.

This is a list of all six flags parks from most coasters to least:

1. Six Flags Magic Mountain (near LA)
2. Six Flags Great Adventure (between NYC and Philadelphia)
3. Six Flags Great America (near Chicago)
4. Six Flags Over Texas (between Dallas and Ft. Worth)
5. Six Flags Over Georgia (near Atlanta)
6. La Ronde (Montreal)
7. Six Flags Fiesta Texas (near San Antonio)
8. Six Flags New England (near Boston)
9. Six Flags St. Louis (near St. Louis)
10. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom (between San Fran and Sacramento)
11. Six Flags America (between DC and Baltimore)
12. Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom (near Louisvillle)
13. Six Flags Mexico (Mexico City)
14. Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom (north of Albany)
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20 Oct 2014 16:12 - 20 Oct 2014 16:12 #2 by marauder
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I'm was a season pass holder this year at Six Flags America. Haven't yet renewed it for next year. Probably won't and instead go to both Hershey Park and Kings Dominion next year.

Wasn't to impressed with the new "coaster" they are advertising for the park next year. It is just a glorified carnival ride where you get in a car that goes repeatedly through a loop. They are introducing the same exact ride to 4 other parks this year. Yipee.

Six Flags America now either just gets the cast off rides from the other parks (i.e. Ragin Cajun) or glorified carnival rides.
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24 Oct 2014 06:51 #3 by mctrade
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Probably because they just recently had a big renovation the previous year. Six Flags does this all the time

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24 Oct 2014 15:06 #4 by marauder
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What big renovation? Giving one small area a minor face lift and calling it a Mardi Gras area and bringing two throw away rides (Ragin Cajun, Mardi Gras flyers) from other parks.

I have been going to this park on and off again through all its incarnations and it hasn't changed much lately. The main locker room is still the same locker room from long before Six Flags took it over. Just a room with a couple open showers and two benches in the middle of it. They added a couple privacy closets but they don't even have seats in them. The only reason we ever go to this park is because it is only 40 minutes away from our house as opposed to the 2 1/2 hours for Hershey Park and 3+ hours for Kings Dominion. The only theme park I have been to that not only searches your bags but also REQUIRES you to walk through metal detectors and then get wand metal detected.

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26 Oct 2014 07:10 #5 by mctrade
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when i mean renovation i meal like they had a new BIG ride within the past 2 years. If they didn't, Then planning for something new is coming later than expected. It takes up to 2 years to plan a new ride or area. You can definitely expect something big next year. I'm 90% sure.

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25 Feb 2015 10:43 #6 by geminitijn
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Would love to see some real innovations coming to some Sixflags Parks. In the past, Walibi Holland (Netherlands) used to be a SixFlags park en we had some nice thrill at the start. But after some time it was just the usuall things you can find in any other park, nothing unique.

Development can take some time, so normally the announce it when, the plans are ready to be executed.

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