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  • Let your inner daredevil shine at Six Flags over Georgia

    As the largest regional theme park in the Southeast, Six Flags Over Georgia is home to 11 roller coasters, three children's areas, water rides and thrill rides. During the summer months, guests can splash around in Skull Island, the park's huge interactive water play structure featuring dozens of water elements and slides. Each October, Six Flags Over Georgia is transformed into a haunted theme park for Fright Fest. Halloween shows, roaming zombies and terrifying ride makeovers make Fright Fest the best Halloween experience in Atlanta.

     

    Brand new at Six Flags Over Georgia this year is Hurricane Harbor water park, a tropical paradise full of wave pools and slippery slides. Tsunami Surge is a dual-slide complex that drops riders down an enclosed five-story drop and whirls them around in a 40-foot wide bowl follow by a zero-gravity plunge out the bottom. Bonzai Pipeline soars through winding curves, dark tunnels and swirling bowls.

     

    5 Reasons to Visit Six Flags Over Georgia

    1. Acrophobia: a cutting-edge free-fall tower that drops riders from 200 feet up, up, up in the air.
    2. Batman: The Ride. It Takes riders through relentless loops and twists over the dark streets of Gotham.
    3. Carrot Patch: What could be more fun that running through a room packed full of giant swinging carrots?
    4. Dahlonega Mine Train: An old favorite at Six Flags, it’s a runaway mine car.
    5. Convoy Grande: A mellow trucking adventure around the amusement park


    Insider Tips:
    • To beat the crowds, go on weekdays in the summer and any operating day in April, May, June or September.
    • Start your day at the farthest attraction from the main entrance and work your way back.
    • Visit your favorite rides as soon as the park opens or after 5 p.m.  

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