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Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio

(3.6/5 based on 2,000+ reviews on the web)
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. Plan to visit Six Flags Fiesta Texas during your San Antonio vacation using our convenient San Antonio itinerary builder.
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  • The park was a little confusing in terms of the layout and the park wasn't as well decorated in my opinion, but there was a good variety of thrill rides which were good. The holiday in the park shows ...  more »
  • One of the best theme parks around. Lots for ALL ages to do. The water park helps during the hot months for all our of visitors who are not accustomed to the heat. To save money my the drink package -...  more »
  • Visited during Halloween and had a great time. All of the rides were fun and the people in costume walking around were great. We had an awesome time. 
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  • Good time; first time in years that I have been to a 6 Flags since I no longer live near one. But I was at the Fright Fest last night. A few concerns: 1. Pricing for Friday night admissions: Should be a reduced price since hours opened is only for 6 hours instead of the usual all day daytime hours that are longer in duration. Price should reflect this accordingly. Speaking of pricing, it is outrageous that individuals wind up paying almost $100 between parking and admission before even entering the door. How is the average family supposed to afford that times 4-5 people without going broke? And this is not including the already expensive food concessions!!! It was only 15 years ago that I had a season pass for only $39!!! 2. The "Fright" / Halloween theme is not a good idea in my opinion. There were several employees dressed in full costume with masks. How are people supposed to know who are genuine employees or not? Not exactly safe for kids if some potential child predator dresses in similar costume to set-up for potential action. Also, the black smoke is hard to navigate through, especially if folks are not familiar with the layout of the park. For those of us wearing contact lenses, it is also hard on the eyes. 3. The layout of the park is rather confusing. The entrance to the Batman ride was very hard to find. Larger signs that stick out at the ride entrances would be helpful. The maps don't even label some of the rides. The Batman ride closed twice temporarily last night with no real explanation. All in all, a decent experience, yet not sure it is worth the money.
  • We are "members" and pay a nominal fee monthly plus the dining plan. Best decision ever! It's always a great and easy family day! The water park is amazing and truly has something for all ages. This is the second year in a row that I am beyond disappointed with their family friendly Halloween activities. It's one stage where your kids walk up and get one snack size piece of candy. We've never stayed for the adult or older kid activities, but the young family "activities" are a joke. We've celebrated 2 Christmases with fiesta Texas and love the holiday celebration. It's great for those warm winter days!
  • I love Fiesta Texas so much that I get season passes and drive from Houston to come here. It's a beautiful park that stands out from other amusement parks. It has a great selection of thrill rides for coaster enthusiast (a Flash Pass is a must buy for really busy days) and a good kids area. The water park is also included with your park admission. The food isn't cheap but it's good. The park is well maintained and safe.
  • Went there today with my daughter because her company was hosting an employee appreciation day there. We were able to get on 3 coasters we usually don't go to due to long lines. The Batman was a short ride (about 30-40 seconds in length) but very thankful for it. It was SCARY!!! We also got on the Boomerang. It gave me a little headache but it was fun. The Superman scared me too but not as much as the first one. overall, I had a great day
  • While you have to find the right day to go to avoid being surrounded by a sea of people, I happened to go on a day with some friends and we just about had the park to ourselves. We had very short lines and wait times, and all of the rides were working. The park and the water park are very festive and fun, even if you don't go to ride the rides. Was it luck that we just happened to go when no one else did? Probably, but that is why I think it is wise to just go ahead and get the Gold Parking Pass with free parking included so that you don't have to worry about going on a day when it is busy. Plus, there are added benefits such as bringing a friend for free, special access after hours, and attending events such as concerts and holiday occassions. As a whole, I have always loved going to Fiesta Texas.