Six Flags Unofficial Guide

Sixflags has over 21 entertainment destinations throughout the US, including theme parks, thrill parks, water parks, and family entertainment.  The first park to open under the Sixflags name was Six Flags Over Texas in 1961 near Dallas, Texas.  Sixflags has the most theme parks of any company in the U.S. and has the 4th highest attendance rate with over 25 million visitors per year.

Sixflags Properties2011 Opening Date

2011 Entry

SixFlags Over TexasMarch 5,2011$54.99
SixFlags Hurricane Harbor, TXMay 14, 2011$27.99
SixFlags Fiesta TexasMarch 5, 2011$54.99
SixFlags Over GeorgiaMarch 19, 2011$49.99
SixFlags White Water, GAMay 21, 2011$36.99
SixFlags Over St. LouisApril 16, 2011$44.99
SixFlags Great AdventureApril 9, 2011$59.99
SixFlags Hurricane Harbor, NJMay 28, 2011$39.99
SixFlags Magic Mountain

March 28

(weekends in Jan, Feb)

SixFlags Hurricane Harbor, CAMay 28, 2011$32.99
SixFlags Great AmericaMay 7, 2011$56.99
The Great Escape, NYMay 21, 2011$44.99
Splashwater Kingdom, NYLate Mayincluded
SixFlags Discovery KingdomMarch 19, 2011$49.99
SixFlags New EnglandApril 16, 2011$44.99
SixFlags America (D.C. area)April 16, 2011$49.99
SixFlags Mexicoyear round, hours vary*
La Ronde, Quebec*varies

*No data available.

For Season Pass pricing see Six Flags Season Pass .

Sixflags is a name known worldwide in the amusement industry, and can be found on popular video games such as Roller Coaster Tycoon 2.

Sixflags properties offer entertainment for varied interests.  The parks are popular with those looking for hair-raising thrills, but also for families with young children.  There are children’s areas in most of the parks with age-appropriate attractions, as well as water parks which are widely popular in the warmer months and can draw large crowds.  In addition to normal daily admission, Sixflags theme parks offer season passes good for multiple locations, making it a popular choice for families and theme park enthusiasts.

In 2008 Six Flags announced a deal with China to bring the Sixflag brand into the Chinese market.  This would add a fourth country to the company’s existing parks in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.