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Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell

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Spanning 120 hectares (290 acres), Six Flags Over Georgia is host to a wide array of rides, family-friendly attractions, and a water park. Thrill seekers should head for the Goliath roller coaster to experience a drop of 20 stories at 113 km/h (70 mph). The ride routinely ranks among the top steel roller coasters as rated by Amusement Today. There is plenty for children and the less adventurous to enjoy too, such as a carousel tower and bumper cars. Cool off in the 2.8 hectare (7 acre) tropical-themed water park, boasting a giant wave pool, super-fast slides, and a kids' playground. Check the schedule for live entertainment shows. Put Six Flags Over Georgia into our Austell vacation trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Our visit was on a Sunday, there was a five minute wait for most of the rides. A couple of the rides were closed but did not affect our visit. Most of the staff we encountered was nice & friendly, how...  more »
  • I knew it would be busy coming to the park on a Saturday. I expected long ride lines, but I didn't expect 30 minute waits for drink refills (yes, bought the free refill cups). I didn't expect to wait ...  more »
  • We went to the park Tuesday because they had a great promotion for spring break. It didn't go very well because they had a summer crowd and were not ready for it. I didn't say anything bad then, and w...  more »
  • I love Six Flags, but I don't know how anyone could say anything was reasonably priced. I think you'd have to have a head injury. I paid $4.50 for a small bottle of water from the vending machine. Prices seem to run Ritz Carlton for food and drinks. It's not a big deal for me because I would eat there, but the fact that you can't bring in your own bottle of water I think is just wrong. The rides are great and plentiful! There are the standard gum chewing, won't look you in the eye, teens running everything, but it's all part of the charm. Forewarning: if you are plump there are rides they will not be able to lock you in to. They're not being mean, they're trying not to kill you. But, they may jump up and down on you to try and get it locked and you may need a strong sense of self to take the ego hit (and the gut hit). If you hit every ride, you will probably walk a couple miles total and the park is a little hilly. On a slow day, there is no wait at all on any of the coasters and you can do every coaster 2x in 1.5 hours if you run! On a moderate day you'll probably wait an average 20 minutes and on busy days I have no problem imagining waiting over an hour.
  • Restaurants are dirty, bathrooms filthy and the employees are rude and don't care about anything. The stands where you get your drink refills are discussing. People drop their drinks and no one cleans them. It's not that hard to clean it just get a pressure washer and that's it. It's closed most of the time so there's plenty time to maintain it. The lines where you wait to get on the rides are also dirty. Seem that management doesn't care. Heaving a clean park shouldn't even be an issue.
  • I literally had the best time of my life. Got there super early, went on every ride numerous times, didn't end up leaving til 8 pm that night. The food was delicious! Best trip ever!
  • Awful place! Completely disorganized. Their web site is not clear for buying something online. Especially for the so called Fright Fest. Everywhere is controversial information about it. However you can buy faster (no lines) tickets only online, they don't sell them in the park. And line to EVERY attraction is about one hour! It's not Fright Fest, it's Fest of the longest lines in the world! Total disappointment! Nothing comparable to Halloween in normal amusement parks like Universal studios and so on. Also official policy of the Six Flags is not to provide any refund. Avoid them!
  • I've been going to Six Flags since I was in elementary school. My husband and I finally bought season passes and we went this weekend. I was so disappointed. The rides themselves were fine, but the park itself just looked a mess. It was little things, trash in the corners of the queue lines, ridiculously dirty lights in the bathrooms, everything just felt dirty and unkept. The employees seemed less than impressed to be there (which it is work, I understand not wanting to be at work) but that is a part of the job, to add to the atmosphere of the park. It just seemed like those running the park these days don't care, and for how much we pay for tickets and stuff in the park, they should do better. I hope the park seems better once we aren't in the off season, but for now it was a disappointment.