Which Six Flags park is unlike all the other Six Flags parks? Which Six Flags park has good landscaping, quality theming, efficient customer service, decent pricing, good assortment of flats and coasters, nice employees, and a guarentee for an overall good time? So, in other words, which Six Flags park(s) is the odd one out?
Fiesta Texas and Over Texas. Decent pricing? Well, I don't know about that. What corporate park in this day and age has decent pricing? The answer is none. Whether I go to a Cedar Fair, Paramount, or Six Flags park, I'm going to need a small loan just to buy a large pizza, and drinks. I think I paid somewhere around $25 for a large pepperonni pizza and a regular soft drink at PKD opening day this year. Luckily, I had someone to split the cost with.
My runner-up would have to be Six Flags New England. The themeing was great, lots of flat rides, good selection of coasters for all ages, and the park pizza was the best pizza I've ever had at a park, and yes I've been to Knoebels. I'm seem to remember it being deep dish, which surprised me. As for the overall good time question, they have S:ROS. What more could you ask for?
I would have to say SFoG. I am truly impressed with the landscaping, how nice the employees are, and fresh food. I'm in Atlanta now (visiting from Chicago for the weekend), and have been really happy with my time at the park. And talk about a good value... the season pass was $49, and you get 20% off of any merchandise in all of the stores, if you show them your s.p. My husband bought a t-shirt in the park and it only cost $8.
Also, the coupon book includes a great coupon for half price admission for your friends which is good at any SF park, as long as you are with them and show your s.p.
I'll put in my vote for the bastard stepchild of Sick Flags, Wyandot Lake.
It might be small, but the people there really try to do something with what they've got (which is basically a junior woodie, a couple flats, and water rides.) They seem to be practically ignored by SFI. I think the only new things they've gotten since Premier bought Sick Flags are new bumper cars, and that's only because the old building burned down!
At $49.99, their season pass (good at almost all other Sick Flags parks) is a steal.
My runner-up for those keeping score at home would be SFGAm.
I wish I could say it was SFStL. I really do think the park is quite attractive with all the trees and I've never really had a bad case of customer service. I think if we had a bit more variety in our ride selection we'd have a better status.