Six Flags have begun to close their parks across the U.S. as a result of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
UPDATE – 03/31/20: Six Flags has announced that all the company’s parks will remain closed until mid-May, or “as soon as possible thereafter.”
The company will continue to monitor the ever-changing global health crisis and follow the most current guidance from federal, state, and local officials as it determines when it can reopen some or all of the Six Flags parks.
Here’s a breakdown of all the Six Flags parks closing until the end of March:
- Hurricane Harbor Phoenix
- Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
- Six Flags Magic Mountain
- Six Flags Over Georgia
- Six Flags America
- Six Flags St. Louis
- Frontier City
- Six Flags Fiesta Texas
- Six Flags Over Texas
At the end of March, these parks will re-evaluate the situation and then determine when to reopen.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Concord, Calif., Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Los Angeles, Calif., Six Flags White Water in Atlanta, Ga., Six Flags Great America in Chicago, Ill., Six Flags Hurricane Harbor near Rockford, Ill., Six Flags New England, Six Flags Great Adventure & Safari in Jackson, N.J., Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in New Jersey, The Great Escape and Hurricane Harbor in Lake George, N.Y., Six Flags Darien Lake in Buffalo, N.Y., Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Oklahoma City, Okla., Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Arlington, Texas, and Hurricane Harbor Splashtown in Houston, Texas, are all still scheduled to open for their 2020 season as normal.
Stay tuned for more updates on coronavirus-related closures as they are released, and check out our regularly-updating page with all current major theme park closures in the U.S.