Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio

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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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  • It an adventurous place to go! It’s always fun in winters. The lightings over there was amazing. Surely recommend everyone to go there.  more »
  • I took a day trip to Six Flags Fiesta Texas during the winter and have to say I had a wonderful time! With the cooler weather, the park was not very packed allowing us to jump on the rides fairly quic...  more »
  • The Park Six flags offers multiple roller coasters of all kinds. I am missing you have another type of attractions that are not only turns and descents. The place looks a bit old and need to give it a remodeled as well as including different offer of games for which we are not lovers of strong emotions.
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  • Best amusement park in San Antonio. Lines can get frustratingly long and food is expensive but if you manage to come during the week you can enjoy the park without the crowds. There is now a water park that alleviates some of the wait time at the other attractions since many people tend to navigate to the water. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Buy a locker and eat before you enter the park or leave the park for lunch or dinner.
  • I can only do fast pass. I discovered it a few years ago and haven't gone without it. If you're like me and you actually fear standing in a long lines, spend the money on the fast pass. Even the slowest one is still worth it. I gotta say, though Six Flags....Busch has you beat right now. Not one of your Texas parks measures up right now. I think it's time for some adjustments.
  • Great amusement park! If you don't have dining pass, taking snacks is good to save some money. Those with passes, it is for a whole year and they do offer ez pay but you can pay less if you pay up front. Don't be disappointed if rides aren't operational during high winds and/or raining. It's better to be safe than sorry. Parking can be a challenge due to lanes are one way but motorists go down the one way. Hope this is something that can be addressed in the future.
  • I've been to many amusement parks and this is my favorite. Growing up 30 miles from Disneyland I went all the time in my teens and 20's. I expected Six Flags Fiesta to not be as good but I was wrong. I like Fiesta better. FYI, buying a season pass with dining pass is the best way to do it. And the cost for a full year of rides and meals at Fiesta is about the same as a single day ticket (with no meals) at Disneyland. What a great deal. My family of 6 live nearly 3 hours away and we make the drive (6 hrs round trip) gladly nearly every weekend. That may sound crazy but to us it's worth it. We love this place. The shows are a must see and have won golden ticket awards for 2 decades straight. Very talented singers/dancers and musicians. Rides for all ages, some are award winning. The layout of the park is well designed. Some of the other Six Flags parks that I have been to are more like a maze, but Fiesta has an easy circular flow. Nothing is ever very far away. Summer can be crowded, but the rest of the year lines for the best rides are usually 20 minutes or less. I feel privileged to call this my home park and I'm not alone. There is a cool vibe in the park. People are generally happy, relaxed, and having a good day. Sadly this is usually not the case at other amusement parks I've visited, where people are stressed, worn out, and rushing about trying to navigate the crowds. Fiesta is a gem. I am in no way affiliated with Six Flags Fiesta. I am just a very happy patron.
  • I had a great experience here in six flags on the day of my visit. The park was very clean, organized, and the staff is very helpful. The wait line depended on the time of day and the day itself. I went on a Saturday and did not experience any excessive wait times. I was able to get on every ride. The water park is separate from​ the rest of the park, but the admission is included on the ticket you purchase. There is a section for kids.

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