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Six Flags St Louis, Eureka

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#2 of 15 in Theme Parks in Missouri
One of the three original Six Flags parks, Six Flags St Louis features a range of rides, from heart-stopping roller coasters to traditional carnival rides. The park is named for its six themed sections, each of which represents a different region or country: Spain, France, England, the United States, Illinois, and Missouri. You'll receive admission to the water park Hurricane Harbor with your ticket to the amusement park. Work out when and for how long to visit Six Flags St Louis and other Eureka attractions using our handy Eureka holiday builder .
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  • Unfortunately, this park has been neglected for so long it pays to not think about the lack of maintenance before getting on any of the thrill rides. I say that in jest, because you should think about...  more »
  • Went during the day during fright fest and had a really good time, no long lines and perfect weather. Once it got dark several more people showed up at the park and we decided to leave, I’ve never see...  more »
  • 2 adults reliving youth at Six flags fright fest. We both were disappointed. It's TIRED. Rotten posts. Roofs in poor repair. Terribly understaffed at food and drink venues = ridiculously long wait for...  more »
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  • We had so much fun. It is an amusement park after all. However the things that poor it over the top for me were the staff, the cleanliness and the great selection of entertainment. Staff members were all super nice and very helpful. This means a lot to this dude stuck in a wheelchair. Everything was very clean; bathrooms, restaurants, and the grounds in general. The rides! You like coasters? Wooden, steel, inverted, all there. Like drop rides? oh yeah, they have those. Wanna be soaked? Got that covered too. Prices are the typical outrageous for food and drinks. So don't blow your savings just to get in, you'll need to bankroll the snacks and beverages. Spent 9 hours, rode heaps of rides and my 4 teens all had a great time.
  • A great park with lots of variety. Lines can be long for certain rides at certain parts of the day, but they aren't unbearable, unlike some other parks I've been to. Lots to do besides roller coasters, and even rides, as well. Be sure to check out some of the concerts and events! Saw the show at Miss Kitty's Saloon for the first time yesterday, and it was well worth the time :)
  • The rides were fantastic! I had three problems, though. 1.One of the only nice people was in guest relations. There were a couple more nice people we met through out the park, but no one else was friendly. There were several times the workers would roll their eyes at guests, and overall there was slow and not friendly service. 2. When standing in line to get cups of water, a girl in front of us passed out. The people working behind the counter just watched her fall. A guest waiting in line had to tell one of the kids to call first aid. While I understand they may not be trained to take care of people, I feel as if they should at least know that they need to call first aid. 3. Lastly, there was a guy on the Boomerang that had his phone out recording the whole time. I was really afraid that he was going to let go of it and hurt one of the other guests or himself. I saw that he kept hiding the phone if a worker looked at him, but at the end he very obviously had it out. He was holding it above his head, recording everything. Nothing was done. I think this is extremely unsafe and I feel as though the workers should pay more attention to stuff like that. Overall, the park was extremely fun, but the service was terrible.
  • Most of the kids that we encountered working at the park were friendly and courteous. My grandsons had a terrific time especially because the park wasn't crowded and they were able to ride the rides without waiting in any long lines. I was however disappointed that quite a few of the soda and snack concessions were closed throughout the park but the BIGGEST disappointment was the Johnny Rocket restaurant. The door was propped open so it wasn't as cool inside as it should have been. The tables and floor were absolutely filthy and the workers behind the counter spent more time playing around and laughing with each other than taking orders and cleaning the place up. The food was NOT worth the 12.99 that we paid for the dried out cheese burger with brown limp lettuce and mushy tomato as well as the limp under cooked over salted fries that we were served. We visited on 6-22-17 at 5:10pm. The line to order food and drinks had approx. 8 to 10 people... there were 3 people behind the counter but only one of them was taking orders. The other 2 were busy pretending that the hand held reader for the cash register were laser guns that they kept pointing at each other and laughing. Needless to say. We won't be spending any more money at the park for food during future visits.
  • Best place ever love it! I have so much fun here! Please do check it out! But it can get crowded quickly. And lots of the lines are long. Prices have gone up. But still fun! I recommend coming early like be there at 10am that's about the time I go.

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