Six Flags Over Georgia


Just west of Atlanta lies Six Flags Over Georgia, a nearly sixty-year-old theme park with all the legendary thrill rides of its younger "sister" parks. Ninja flings riders through 180-degree turns and spirals while the Georgia Cyclone packs all the ups, downs, twists and turns you'd expect on a classic-style wooden roller coaster. For younger riders, the Sky Buckets offer a relaxing aerial view of the park, while the Wile E. Coyote Canyon Blaster is a roller coaster everybody can enjoy.


The appropriately-titled Acrophobia takes any fear of heights and destroys them with a 200-foot drop. Goliath is an awe-inspiring "hypercoaster" that boasts high-speed twists and turns, and a 70 mph, 20-story drop. The classic flumes of the Log Jamboree will have riders of all ages smiling and soaking wet.

Price range

Rates for Individual Tickets and Season Passes can be found here.

Best time to visit

The park is open seasonally, from mid-March to early November. Click here to confirm park schedule.

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