Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Flags Over Georgia
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amusement park
Location
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Austell, Georgia, USA
Status Operating
Opened June 16, 1967[1]
Owner Six Flags
Area 230 acres (93 Hectares)
Website http://sixflags.com/overGeorgia/index.aspx

Six Flags Over Georgia is a theme park located in Austell, Georgia, USA. The park has a collection of eleven roller coasters. It is the largest amusement park in Georgia.

History[edit | edit source]

It is one of the original three parks opened by Six Flags. The park opened in 1967 after the success of Six Flags Over Texas. Even though Six Flags Over Georgia carries the "Six Flags" name it is currently not part of the Six Flags family of parks and is privately owned and operated by the Wynn family, the patriarch whom started the Six Flags concept. The other parks that share this distinction are Six Flags Over Texas and Six Flags Great Adventure. Apart of being a successful amusement park destination, Six Flags Over Georgia is also home to Whitewater, located in nearby Marietta, GA, one of the largest water parks in the country.

Roller coasters[edit | edit source]

Present (11)[edit | edit source]

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Status
Batman The Ride Bolliger & Mabillard Inverted 1997 Operating
Blue Hawk Arrow Dynamics Sit-Down 1992 Operating
Dahlonega Mine Train Arrow Dynamics Mine Train June 16, 1967 Operating
Dare Devil Dive Gerstlauer Euro-Fighter 2011 Operating
Georgia Scorcher Bolliger & Mabillard Stand-Up 1999 Operating
Goliath Bolliger & Mabillard Hyper 2006 Operating
Great American Scream Machine Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters Wooden 1973 Operating
Joker Funhouse Coaster Chance Rides Family 2004 Operating
Mind Bender Schwarzkopf Sit-Down 1978 Operating
Superman Ultimate Flight Bolliger & Mabillard Flying 2002 Operating
Twisted Cyclone Rocky Mountain Construction Hybrid 2018 Operating

Past (5)[edit | edit source]

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Relocated
Déjà Vu Vekoma Shuttle 2001 2007 Mirabilandia
Georgia Cyclone Curtis D. Summers Wooden 1990 2017 -
Mini Mine Train Arrow Dynamics Mine Train 1967 1988 -
Viper Schwarzkopf Launched 1995 2001 Kentucky Kingdom
Z-Force Intamin Sit-Down 1988 1990 Six Flags Magic Mountain

Attractions[edit | edit source]

Operating[edit | edit source]

Name Manufacturer Type Opened
Acme Trucking Company Zamperla Juvenile Track Ride 1992
Acrophobia Intamin Drop Tower 2001
Bugs Bunny High Sea Adventure Intamin Flying Dutchman 1992
Catwoman Whip Zamperla Endeavour 2020
Daffy Duck's Bucket Blasters Mack Rides Twist 'n' Splash 2016
Goldtown Racer J&J Amusements Go-Karts 1999
Gotham City Crime Wave Zierer Wave Swinger 2004
Hanson Cars Arrow Dynamics Antique Cars 1967
Harley Quinn Spinsanty Larson International Tilt-A-Whirl 2015
Joker: Chaos Coaster Larson International Super Loop 2015
Justice League: Battle for Metropolis Sally Corporation Tracked Dark Ride 2017
Log Jamboree Arrow Dynamics Log Flume 1968
Monster Mansion Arrow Dynamics Scenic Boat Ride 1967
Pandemonium Zamperla Frisbee 2019
Riverview Carousel Philadelphia Toboggan Company Gallopers 1967
Rockin' Tug Zamperla Rockin' Tug 2004
Six Flags Railroad Miniature Railway 1966
Skybuckets Von Roll Ropeway 1968
Skycoaster Sky Fun 1 Inc. Skycoaster 1996
SkyScreamer Funtime Star Flyer 2013
Superman: Tower of Power Zamperla Drop Tower 2016
Thunder River Intamin River Rapids 1982
Up, Up & Away Zamperla Balloon Race 2004

Closed[edit | edit source]

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Fate
Astro Lifts Von Roll Ropeway 1967 1981 Scrapped
Drunken Barrels Intamin Teacups 1971 1984 Scrapped
Flying Dutchman Intamin Pirate Ship 1980 1997 Scrapped
Free Fall Intamin Free Fall 1983 2006 Scrapped
Great Gasp Intamin Paratower 1976 2004 Scrapped
Great Six Flags Air Racer Intamin Barnstormer 1984 2000 Scrapped
Highland Swings Chance Rides Waveswinger 1979 1997 Unknown
Looping Starship Intamin Looping Starship 1985 2005 Scrapped
Phlying Phlurpus Tread Corp. Flying Scooters 1974 1977 Scrapped
Skyhook Von Roll Gyro Tower 1969 1977 Relocated to Magic Springs
Splashwater Falls Hopkins Shoot The Chute 1986 2018 Scrapped
Wheelie Schwarzkopf Enterprise 1977 2012 Relocated to Fun Spot America in Orlando

References[edit | edit source]