Six Flags America, located in Washington, D.C., has announced that its stand-up coaster, Apocalypse: The Last Stand, will close forever on Saturday, Sept. 8.
I recently had a chance to visit Elitch Gardens theme park during a visit to Denver, Colorado. The park used to be be a Six Flags park, but it’s now independently owned. It’s a fun seasonal amusement park with a connected water park. Here are some highlights of my visit.
A trip to Six Flags Over Georgia’s Hurricane Harbor was made unforgettable for one Georgia mother when she suddenly went into labor at the water park.
Six Flags Over Georgia is hosting a 6-hour coaster marathon to raise funds and awareness for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, one of the country’s top pediatric healthcare organizations.
Six Flags Over Texas’ latest DC-themed thrill ride, Harley Quinn Spinsanity, is now officially open to guests.
Six Flags Magic Mountain has debuted its newest attraction, CraZanity, the world’s tallest pendulum ride.