Six Flags to provide Volta electric vehicle charging stations at its parks

Six Flags is partnering with electric vehicle (EV) charging network leader Volta, Inc. to make EV charging accessible to guests at its theme parks across the United States.

Six Flags Volta EV charging stations

This marks the first theme park company to have Volta charging stations available to its guests. The first charging stations will be installed at Six Flags America, just outside of Washington, D.C., with more parks to follow.

“Six Flags is committed to incorporating technology that elevates our guests’ experiences through innovation,” said Six Flags Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Partnerships Stephanie Borges. “The partnership with Volta will enable us to provide a unique offering for our guests while also supporting our sustainability initiatives.”

Volta operates a nationwide EV charging network that has among the best utilization per station in the EV charging industry for the U.S. One reason is that the company builds charging stations in locations where drivers already spend their time and money, including grocery stores, pharmacies, retailers, and other entertainment locations.

“We are thrilled to partner with a leader in theme parks and entertainment to fulfill their guests’ needs for EV charging and contribute to their sustainability goals,” said Scott Mercer, founder and CEO of Volta. “We aim to provide easy, open, and accessible EV charging stations where people already live, work, shop, and play. Our Six Flags partnership illustrates just that.”

Click here for more information about Volta, and click here for more information about Six Flags.


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  1. I Saw the charging stations (30-40) at 6 flags over Georgia. They were not up and running. Perhaps they were just installed? Also, I noticed none ev cars were parked in the spots next to the ev chargers. Will they enforce ev only spots or will you be lucky to grab one?