Six Flags New England is less than three miles from Springfield, Massachusetts, and boasts loads of rides not found at its "sister" parks, such as the 115-foot twisting drops of the Mind Eraser, the interweaving tracks of Flashback, the family-friendly rafts of the Swiss Family Toboggan, and callback classics like the Stampede Bumper Cars.
The New England SkyScreamer is "the tallest swing ride on the planet," according to the Six Flags folks, and will surely do what the name promises. Cyclone is an iconic, classic wooden roller coaster with plenty of thrills, drops, and twists. Catwoman's Whip sends riders, big and little, whizzing around a whip-shaped track.
Rates for Individual Tickets and Season Passes can be found here.
Best time to visit
The park is open seasonally, from mid-April to the end of October.Click here to confirm park schedule.
Near by POI
Olympia Ice Center is the home of the American International College Yellow Jackets men's ice hockey team. Lupa Zoo is a privately owned and operated zoo covering eighteen acres of lush Massachusetts land.