Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – May 19th 2017

Sean: We know you’re ready for another Six Flags Magic Mountain Update! So here is one! Let’s take a look at the development of the Lost Temple Rapids repaint, the Riddler’s Revenge repaint, Metropolis, how Apocalypse rides post-retrack and a whole lot more around the park!  Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – May 19th 2017”

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Update – May 5th 2017

Sean: Due to increasing changes in all of our schedules it’s been a while since we brought you a Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Update, but in the midst of Wonder Woman: Lasso of Truth construction it was a great time to be back at the park. The weather was cooperative and we always love getting on some of our favorite coasters… if they’re open… Let’s take a look at Wonder Woman construction, along with operations and other changes at the park! Continue reading “Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Update – May 5th 2017”

Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – May 4th 2017

Sean: After lots of different coverage in the last few days ranging from international coverage to some lesser-known Californian parks, Disney and lots of Knott’s Berry Farm, it was time for another Six Flags Magic Mountain Update! In today’s update we’ll discuss the water slide repaint at Hurricane Harbor, the Apocalypse retracking, the Riddler’s Revenge repaint, Metropolis and more! Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – May 4th 2017”

Waterworld California Becomes Six Flags’ 20th property

GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS — April, 27 2017 Six Flags Entertainment Corporation (NYSE:SIX), the world’s largest regional theme park company, today announced it has entered into an agreement with EPR Properties, owner of Waterworld California, to operate the water park located in Concord, California. Waterworld California, formerly owned and operated by Six Flags, is Northern California’s largest water park and is located 18 miles southeast of Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. The agreement is subject to approval by the City of Concord. Continue reading “Waterworld California Becomes Six Flags’ 20th property”

Viper and Vekoma MK1212 Trains

Sean: As you may have read in our brand new Six Flags Over Georgia report, we were huge fans of Blue Hawk at the Southeast Six Flags park. Blue Hawk went through life as Kamikaze for two years before opening as Ninja at Six Flags Over Georgia in 1991. For the 2016 season the ride has received a makeover with brand new MK1212 trains from Vekoma. The ride is now one of the best loopers we’ve ridden. We believe that Viper at Six Flags Magic Mountain can benefit from these trains, to assure amazing ride experiences for years to come! Continue reading “Viper and Vekoma MK1212 Trains”

Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – April 15th 2017

Sean: Another week, another Six Flags Magic Mountain update! We’re in the midst of Spring Break crowds and the park was filling up quickly today. The weather was awesome and like every Spring, there are more changes around the park that we will address in this week’s update. Including new restaurants at Metropolis that have opened, repaints of water slides, and more! Continue reading “Six Flags Magic Mountain Update – April 15th 2017”

From Southwest to Southeast: Six Flags Over Georgia

Sean: After visiting two of the country’s best parks, that have been in the spotlight a lot recently, it was time to check out another new park in the South. The most Southern of them all… Six Flags Over Georgia! One thing I may have learned on this trip is: if it’s another Six Flags park, expect another Six Flags experience. Let’s find out what this park in the chain has to offer with its near-perfect lineup of attractions. Continue reading “From Southwest to Southeast: Six Flags Over Georgia”