I'm headed to both of the Six flags parks in Texas with my family this weekend. I've looked at the websites already and of course know about all of the coasters. Are there any flats or shows at either park that are particularly unique or could easily be missed? Any other tips for either park would be appreciated also!Last edited by bwallac, Wednesday, July 23, 2014 10:44 PM
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Well, I hope this helps. Enjoy your stay in Texas
La Vibora has a single rider line. It's hidden near the exit.
We also have one of the tallest swing rides and it's on chains, not solid metal supports. We also have one of the tallest S&S swings and it runs the double program. If the oil derrick observation tower is open it can be a great way to beat the heat and to get a nice view.
Superman also a single rider line, as does the Gerstlaur spinner.Last edited by ApolloAndy, Thursday, July 24, 2014 8:48 AM
Also be sure to allow extra time to take in all the wonderful advertising.
I also suggest some time at Fiesta's water park. It's very nice. Loved the wave pool.
Don't miss Runaway Mountain at oT....it's pretty easy to miss, but one of the best enclosed coasters you'll find anywhere...
I don't recall what was different about Runaway Mountain vs. Skull Mountain at Great Adventure. Though I just checked to see that I have the former ranked an entire two spots (!) above the latter (85 vs 87...not that that means anything, I can't remember half the reasons why I ranked things the way I did).
^Runaway Mountain is Premier's take on a Windstorm...the one *crazy* mid-ride plunge in the darkness is mind-boggling...
I'm a pretty big fan of Skull Mountain, but it is mostly a "family" ride beyond the first WILD drop (offer/opinion valid in the back seat only).
Love them both. I also Rank them Closely.
Thanks for the replies guys.
Agree on the one crazy drop on Runaway mountain, rollergator.
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