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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We have season passes and we love going! The last couple of hours they are open is a great time to get in a bunch of rides without the long lines. My kids are 14 and 11 and they really enjoy spending ... more »
Went with one of my friends on a Monday, wasn't very busy and we invested in the flash pass. We never waited in line. Great timing and overall experience! more »
I used to come to six flags regularly, we always bought season passes. They were never handicap friendly, so we started going to other theme parks. This year we decided because six flags is closer to ... more »
Overall this place doesn't disappoint however there are a few things I wish the park would address. As a season pass holder we frequent the park and it's always dirty and in need of a good coat of paint. Plus The park employees always seem to being hating life, perk up people you work at a place we're people come for thrills and laughter! The food prices are high but I think that's to be expected in an amusement park. If you're on a budget pack a lunch and eat out at your car. Overall I give six flags 2 thumbs up but I can imagine how much better it could be.
Who doesn't love six flags? The rides are awesome! Superman is my favorite. The new DC ride is so cool! The staff are great! Love going on a week day when no one's goes I got to ride every ride I wanted and my favorite rides twice in like 4 hours. It was my birthday when I went and it was awesome and they had everyone sing happy birthday to me when I was on Superman. So awesome! So much fun!
Great six flags! Roller coasters are great, my favorite being the Goliath! The only thing I wished was better was food options. Every place has the same thing, burgers, chicken strips etc. It would be nice to have an air conditioned sit down restaurant. Pro tip: cough up the money and get the Platinum flash pass; you won't regret it.
Loved the rides. Good variety of rides for thrill seekers and kids. Goliath is an excellent roller coaster, smooth and high speed. Staff were mostly friendly with a couple not so good ones. Was opening weekend and it was clear several staff were in trading or not yet familiar or comfortable with everything yet. However, they all appeared to take safety seriously. The park was clean, but a bit worn down around the edges. Food was typical park food, very few healthy choices, and really long lines and slow service. Drink machines ran out of ice by the afternoon. Water park section was not open that day, but looked nice and something will try in future. Ride lines were long, but that is expected on a Saturday. Used the Flash pass system and it was hit or miss with some rides it worked great on and others did not seem to help much at all (people in normal line getting on quicker in some cases). Parking is expensive so factor that in ($25), and a bit of a walk to the gate, but well lit. Traffic exited the park fairly smoothly at closing. Overall worth it for the rides, but not on par with the premier theme parks of course. Hopefully will get some of the staff and vending issues worked out. Good local amusement park to spend a day at.
Every summer for over a decade....everyone in my immediate family insists on getting combo season passes for this park and white water. It's nearby, great family fun, and has an awesome ride selection! However, with that being said, over the years, I've definitely seen a difference in the upkeep of the park and overall knowledge of the employees. With the new season pass system (electronic coupons) and dining plans, the employees never seem to be very sure about their usages. Then add the excessive foods prices that you pay, only to be forced to choose the least disgusting table to eat at. And finally the horrible scents that are always overwhelming you at every corner of the park....and more often than not, those scents are near the dining areas...making it very displeasurable to eat the before mentioned expensive food. Today during our visit...we had cockroaches sharing our table at the Macho Nacho, who does in fact have some of the best food in the park, in my opinion. Sadly, the eating area outside of Macho Nacho had sticky residues on all the tables....trash, cups, plates, saliva, food, etc everywhere.... I am still a fan of six flags, but I will definitely say my family has been quite disappointed here the past few year, especially after shelling out so much money for passes, etc. Sometimes I'm a little reluctant to invite friends with my discounted rates or free entry, because I think they will be extremely underwhelmed with the park as a whole.
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