Six Flags Great Adventure

Six Flags Great Adventure
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amusement park
Jackson, New Jersey, USA
Status Operating
Opened 1974
Owner Six Flags
Area 2,200 acres

Six Flags Great Adventure is an amusement park located in Jackson, New Jersey. It is owned and operated by Six Flags. The park contains eleven themed areas, three of which are especially built for small children. The park also included, up until 2012, the world's largest drive-through safari, which is being renovated for the 2013 season. Six Flags Great Adventure also features the world's tallest roller coaster, Kingda Ka, and the winner of the 2012 Golden Ticket Award for best wooden roller coaster, El Toro.

The video game RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 contained a recreation of the park as it looked in 2002.

Roller coasters

Present (13)

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Status Park section
Batman The Ride Bolliger & Mabillard Inverted 1993 Operating Movie Town
Bizarro Bolliger & Mabillard Floorless 1999 Operating Frontier Adventures
Dark Knight Mack Rides [[Indoor Wild Mouse 2008 Operating Movie Town
El Toro Intamin Wooden 2006 Operating Plaza del Carnaval
Green Lantern Bolliger & Mabillard Stand-Up 2011 Operating Boardwalk
Harley Quinn Crazy Train Zierer Family 1999 Operating Lakefront
Jersey Devil Coaster Rocky Mountain Construction Single rail 2020 Under construction Adventure Seaport
Kingda Ka Intamin Launched 2005 Operating Golden Kingdom
Nitro Bolliger & Mabillard Hyper 2001 Operating Adventure Seaport
Runaway Mine Train Arrow Dynamics Mine Train 1974 Operating Frontier Adventures
Skull Mountain Intamin Indoor 1996 Operating Lakefront
Superman Ultimate Flight Bolliger & Mabillard Flying 2003 Operating Boardwalk

Past (13)

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Relocated
Alpen Blitz Schwarzkopf Powered 1976 1978 Unknown
Batman And Robin: The Chiller Premier Rides Twin 1998 2007 Beto Carrero World
Big Fury Pinfari Sit-Down 1975 1977 Unknown
Great American Scream Machine Arrow Dynamics Sit-Down 1989 2010 -
Jumbo Jet Schwarzkopf Sit-Down 1975 1975 Unknown
Lightnin' Loops Arrow Dynamics Shuttle 1978 1992 Six Flags America (top track)
Frontier City (bottom track)
Lil' Thunder Allan Herschell Comapny Family 1975 1983 Unknown
Road Runner Railway Zamperla Kiddie 1999 2019
Rolling Thunder Don Rosser Twin 1979 2013 -
Sarajevo Bobsled Intamin Bobsled 1984 1988 Six Flags Great America
Shockwave Intamin Stand-Up 1990 1992 Six Flags AstroWorld
Ultra Twister Togo Pipeline 1986 1988 Six Flags AstroWorld
Viper Togo Sit-Down 1995 2004 -
Wild Rider Schwarzkopf 1978 1981 Unknown

Flat rides