Six Flags America sits just outside of Washington, D.C. by about 9 miles in Maryland. It is a small Six Flags park with a semi-decent, if slightly dated, ride collection. The park boasts two wooden roller coasters, and seven steel coasters. There are a good number of flat rides, as well as a water park inside the main theme park. The park also has a decent collection of standard Six Flags food options.[Read more…]
Six Flags parks are participating in a unique winter event this year – the Polar Coaster Challenge.[Read more…]
Six Flags America, located in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. area, has opened its first and only floorless roller coaster, Firebird.[Read more…]
’Tis the season for sparkling lights, Christmas memories, and plenty of roller coasters as Six Flags kicks off its annual holiday event, Holiday in the Park.
Six Flags, the world’s largest regional theme park company, announced a huge collection of world record-breaking roller coasters and attractions today, along with park upgrades and rebranding for 2019.
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.