Our Favorite Six Flags Thrills

Screaming Eagle
Screaming Eagle
Take flight on Screamin' Eagle, a one-time Guinness World record holder. You'll soar down a three-quarter-mile wooden track at speeds up to 62 mph, climbing 110 feet and racing through drops of over 9 stories and over 8 1/2 stories. It's an absolute scream.
TonyHawk - Xcalibur
TonyHawk - Xcalibur
This is a twofer: X Calibur - This exciting, time-warped excursion harkens you back to yon the glory days of King Arthur's Round Table. Prepare thyself for the slinging action of a catapult, combined with wildly looping mayhem. Tony Hawk-Spin with ever-increasing speed as you fly forward. Rip through wild turns, helixes, and a camelback. Experience a different ride each time.
The Boss
The Boss
Ranked among the country's top five wooden coasters, The Boss lets you soar through an unprecedented double-down, double-drop of 15 stories, two additional drops of over 10 stories, several 52° high-banked turns, and a 570° helix. We don't know what all of that is, but it sounds like a whole lot of fun!
Super Man Tower of Power
Super Man Tower of Power
Superman Tower of Power is an extreme free-fall ride that carries you to the top of the 230-foot tower, giving you a bird's-eye view of the park. Then, after a few seconds of gut-wrenching anticipation, you plunge down at over 60 mph.
Ninja
Ninja
The mysterious ways of the Ninja are revealed on this wildly thrilling steel coaster. You'll be propelled through 2,430 feet of high-speed spirals, steep drops, a state-of-the-art loop, a mind-bending sidewinder and a double corkscrew.
Mr Freeze
Mr Freeze
Mr. Freeze uses super-cool new linear induction technology to catapult you from zero to 70 mph in about four seconds. You'll blast out of a 190-foot icy tunnel and travel through 1,382 feet of track at spine-chilling speeds, twists, and turns, and when you reach the top, you do it all over again...backwards!
Moon Cars
Moon Cars
Answer the call of the open road and turn back the clock with a relaxing drive in a vintage 1911 Cadillac replica. 42" min. to ride alone, no height min. with adult.
Evel Knievel
Evel Knievel
Like the daredevil, himself, start your ride with an 8-story drop at a 90° left turn angle. Soar over 16 hills with camelbacks and multiple high-banked turns. This incredible coaster crosses itself 14 times so hold on tight!
Colossus
Colossus
Take a ride up to the clouds on Colossus, an 18-story Ferris Wheel. You'll get a breathtaking view of the entire park as you relax and enjoy this classic ride. At night, Colossus puts on a show of its own, with more than 2,000 lights.
Batman
Batman
Get five times the head-over-heels thrills on the Cape Crusader's state-of-the-art, looping super-coaster. Soar like Batman in these ski-lift-style chairs, as you get whisked away from the perils of Gotham City's underground and delivered to the safe confines of Gotham City Park.
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One Comment

  1. Dana Daniels says:

    YESSS!!! I love roller coasters. You can’t beat the launch on Mr. Freeze!! Here’s the plan for day 1 at Six Flags this year: Mr. Freeze, then The Boss, then Screamin’ Eagle. Then it’s over to Batman. Then Evil Knievel and Tony Hawk. And finally, one more time on Mr. Freeze!! Who’s with me??

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