Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio

3.6
#2 of 7 in Theme Parks in San Antonio
Six Flags Fiesta Texas amusement park features six themed areas packed with rides, a water park, live entertainment, and restaurants to keep you fueled throughout your visit. Thrill-seekers should beeline for the fast-paced rollercoasters, such as Boomerang and Iron Rattler, which combines a classic wooden structure with a steel track and rails. If you need a break from the wild rides, relax on the merry-go-round or enjoy a view of the park on the ferris wheel. Cool off from the hot Texan sun at the Lone Star Lagoon, a massive wave pool shaped like the state of Texas. The park’s daily shows have received several awards, so make sure you catch one. Remember to bring your bathing suit and sunscreen. Put Six Flags Fiesta Texas on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our San Antonio trip itinerary planning website .
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Six Flags Fiesta Texas Reviews
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  • Lots of option for a family. Theme park rides for different ages. The theme park shows are top notch. A true benefit from other theme parks is the chance to enjoy both dry activities and water park ac...  more »
  • Wear comfy shoes you will walk miles. Most lines didn't take long to get threw. Was disappointed that we didn't see any looney tunes characters running around. Rides were great. The night show was a g...  more »
  • I hadn't been there since the mid 90's. It was a fun outing. The rides are good. It's not the cleanest place, but we used free passes and enjoyed ourselves. I would have paid for the tickets.  more »
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  • One of the most fascinating experiences in my travel book, if your looking to have the time of your life and go home feeling amazing and know your in for a great nights sleep, THIS IS THE PLACE FOR YOU! Employees are very professional, polite, I love it! I especially want to thank whoever owns this amazing establishment for taking good care of your employees I talked with several of them they love their job, as the old saying take care of your employees and they will take care of you, they are doing just that. Everything about this place is fantastic, thank you so much I can't wait to come back
  • This place is nothing but a complete ripoff. We spent over $300 for 4 people to get in for the day, and I am not exaggerating when I say that fully half of the rides were not running, including the two my kids were looking forward to the most - the go karts and bumper cars. Just a terrible experience all the way around. The rides that were open had really long lines, and weren't that fun anyway. One of my kids wanted to do the zip line, but that's an additional $15. Are you kidding me?! The place is really run-down, also. Save your money!!
  • Our family just got home from spending the day at Fiesta. I must say that we didn't ride many of the rides today but totally enjoyed the new shows - Vibes & Bailando! The artists were amazing. They can sing, dance and simply entertain the whole crowd and let me also mention the band. They were fantastic, too!! Don't miss the shows. They're hard work is worth watching. We always have a good time at Fiesta. Great day today.
  • Great season pass prices. Employees need some management supervision. Most of the employees I have seen are just staring at their phones instead of doing their job. The restaurants are super slow getting patrons through the line. The park has trash all over and the employees just walk past it as if it's not their responsibility to pick it up. Maybe they can't hire enough employees to keep the park clean and rides moving, but it seems like no one there really has any pride in their work. Half the rides have been closed every time i've been. Some of the days were to windy to run certain rides, which is understandable, but on nice sunny days the rides should be open. The parking attendants are pleasant, but slow. Most don't seem like they've been trained properly. Overall it's a fun park for a good price when the rides are working. I have a lot of complaints, but for the amount I pay and the minimum wage they pay the employees I shouldn't expect more.
  • I have not been to this Six Flags in probably 30 years. We got there before 10am and it was not a long line in. I don't think they were charging for parking, even though I have season passes to another six flags park with parking passes. The park still has that same feel, with a number of updated rides. Of course a lot of the classics are still there. My son and I loved the new rides. The Titan was awesome. It's great seeing the that Judge Roy Scream is still there, but it was my least favorite ride of the day.
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