Six Flags Over Georgia in Austell, GA

275 Riverside Parkway, SouthwestAustell, GA 30168
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Six Flags Over Georgia in Austell, Georgia

Overview

From extreme adrenaline rushes on towering roller coasters such as Goliath to kid-sized thrills and play areas, Six Flags Over Georgia has it all. With more than 40 rides and attractions, the Hurricane Harbor water park, and entertainment throughout the park, Six Flags Over Georgia is the epicenter of non-stop fun for the entire family. The hardest part is choosing which roller coaster to ride first!

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Austell Travel Experts
  • If your child has been separated from the group, visit the Lost Parents Center at the park.
  • Features 40+ rides and attractions including world-class roller coasters, drop rides, and kiddie rides.
  • To get served faster, head to the restaurants at non-traditional lunch and dinner hours — before noon or after 2:00 p.m.
  • Top rides include JUSTICE LEAGUE: Battle for Metropolis, Goliath, BATMAN: The Ride, and SUPERMAN: Ultimate Fight.
  • Weekdays during the summer and any regular operating day during the months of April, May, June, and September have the smallest crowds.

Description

from Six Flags Over Georgia
Six Flags Over Georgia has more than 100 acres where visitors of all ages can experience thrilling rides, games and live shows. Guests will want to be sure to bring a swimsuit and a towel to appreciate Hurricane Harbor; changing facilities are available. Hurricane Harbor is open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

Two new villainous thrill rides are spinning into Six Flags Over Georgia in 2020. CATWOMAN Whip and POISON IVY Toxic Spin will both offer topsy-turvy experiences in an all-new Gotham City.

Pandemonium is the perfect mix of mayhem and adrenaline. Towering at a staggering 15 stories tall, Pandemonium is the tallest swinging pendulum ride in the Southeast. This impressive giant disk reaches speeds up to 70 miles per hour as it whips back and forth – higher and higher giving riders an exhilarating riding experience as they soar high above the Atlanta city skyline.

Thrill-seekers won't want to miss Twisted Cyclone, a classic wooden structure combined with a modern, steel track for multiple inversions and a smoother, more thrilling riding experience.

Don't miss JUSTICE LEAGUE: Battle for Metropolis; the first interactive ride with the 3D animation and a 4D ride experience; SkyScreamer, a swing ride that spins around a 242-foot tower at speeds up to 40 mph; Mind Bender, a triple-loop roller coaster; Dare Devil Dive, a coaster with a steeper-than-vertical plunge and three inversions; and Thunder River, a white-water rafting adventure.

Also included among the park's 11 coasters are Superman Ultimate Flight, which turns riders upside down in a pretzel-shaped loop; Batman: The Ride, which carries visitors through loops and a corkscrew spin; The Georgia Scorcher, said to be one of the region's tallest and fastest stand-up roller coasters; and Goliath, more than 200 feet tall and traveling up to 70 mph. Adults and kids alike will enjoy the surprises in Monster Mansion.

DC Super Friends and Bugs Bunny Boomtown are two areas designed for kids that have 12 rides and attractions including a bouncing drop tower, a small coaster, an interactive water ride, and a Ferris wheel. For those seeking water fun, Hurricane Harbor offers the award-winning Tsunami Surge and massive Calypso Bay Wave Pool.

In the fall, experience #NothingScarier than Fright Fest and then return for the holiday season and #NothingMerrier than Holiday In The Park.

Tripster Customer Reviews

3 Reviews
Allegro Johnson
Thomasville, AL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"It's Amazing !"
August 2019
Never in my life I ever did rides , but trying them for the first time was the scariest but amazing time of my life. I was so nervous trying to make sure I was buckle in safe , but they really made sure of that . I conquer my fears an would really love to do it again.
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Tip: You will never know how it is until you try it !

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Patricia Jones
Indian Harbour Beach, FL
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Fun"
July 2019
Was crowded on a Wednesday because member holders can bring family members for free. Roller coasters were great especially the Superman.
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Tip: Quite expensive for drinks I would suggest you buy an all day long cup.

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Steve Carmichael
Madison, AL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great visit to Six Flags over GA."
June 2019
Got a great price on two season tickets that included free parking all season ($25 per day parking). My grandson and I loved the 3 day visit and I'm glad I saved money using tripster.
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Tip: Make sure you print out your purchase information with the bar code on it for easy access of tickets at the park. The bar code on the printed envoice got us the free parking on the first day before we got the real season tickets.

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nicholas s
Birmingham, Alabama
"Could have been better. One team member was rude"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed July 05, 2020 NEW
I took forever to get through the line to buy masks and the line to get in to there park was just as bad. I went on the Scorcher and Log Jamboree and then went to American Scream Machine. I had been in the line for over 30 minutes and the line was barely moving any. Everyone in the line was standing on the strips in the queue lines and a team member comes in to the line and starts screaming and hollering at everyone telling us to move back and back up to the lines. There was nowhere to move to because the line was full. People told her that and she kept screaming. She then moved to a different place in the line and started screaming at everyone again telling everyone that if we didn’t like it that we could get out of line. She needs to be fired.
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tanyarL421SP
"Horrible Service "
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed July 05, 2020 NEW
Let’s start with the security measures and the temp checks at the entrance. It’s a joke. The metal detectors weren’t even working. I had a Cell phone and a vape in my bag. Nobody checked my bag. Anyone could have gotten anything in that park. I encountered the worst employee service I have ever seen in my life. I worked at Universal Studios Florida for six years and if we ever acted like this we would have been fired. I went on twisted cyclone as soon as I got into the park and while waiting in line nobody was enforcing social distancing guidelines. When I got up to the ride the employee pushed my lap bar down so hard I couldn’t breath. When I told her it was too tight she didn’t even say a word to me. Instead I got a nasty look like I inconvenienced her. My step son even said his lap bar was pushed down too far. I only saw two hand washing stations in the entire park. Fast forward to when we went to ride blue hawk which is a HORRIBLY rough ride. I waited an hour and a half because of the flash pass and they only had one vehicle on the track. I then went on daredevil dive and the Woman who pushed my restraint down pushed it so hard that my breath knocked out of me to the point where I made an audible sound and she didn’t even have the courtesy to say sorry or ask if I was ok. Dispatches should NEVER take 8 minutes. That’s not acceptable. Overall I’m super disappointed and will Never return to that park.
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JHurst2014
Dallas, Georgia
"Terrible Six Flags"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed July 04, 2020 NEW
I took my 13 year old son and his best friend to Six Flags. After riding one of the rides, my son was falsely accused by three workers of using racist language. I had to accompany my son to the security office and we had to leave the park before we finished more rides. My son had on a Trump t-shirt. We had to wear masks at the park in 90 degree humid weather. Don’t spend your money at Six Flags unless you’d like your child to experience reverse racism. Go somewhere else!
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436kashaw
Mableton, Georgia
"Better customer service"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed June 28, 2020 NEW
I purchased six flags passes as well as the meal plan in the cup for the season I was told that I only purchased a cup for the day which cost me $56 When I went to get my meal with my children I let them know that I purchased three season passes, three meal plans as well as three cups. I was told that I only purchased three cups for the day. I let them know that that was not what I wanted and ask if I could upgrade, I was told that I had to take the cup and pay $.99 for refills or I can go to customer service. I went to customer service and she told me that she could refund me for the cups that were bought and I will have to get back online and buy the other cups that I wanted, instead of me paying the difference at six flags. I let her know that I do not have extra money to give to six flags, plus buy more cups, I also let her know that the refund would not be immediately and I do not have money to pay for extra cups while waiting for my refund, she then told me that was the best she could do. My seven-year-old has asthma and the weather is very warm today we were trying to do all of this with nothing to drink because we had no cups and he was feeling very sick. I expressed this to the supervisor her name is Mary and she act as if she could care less. For the last 13 years I have gotten six flags passes and never had an issue until now. I really hate that I bought the season pass because it cost me over $400 and now I have no use for them, due to six flags customer service. I want people to be aware that six flags will take your money and will not have any remorse about doing it, businesses like this should be out of business. If you want something from SixFlags buy it when you get there never buy anything through them. But if you can help it try to stay away from them
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Pellaz2112
Auburn, Georgia
"Many rides closed, shorter hours, reduced and undocumented dining hours for pass-holders, and COVID-19 requirements"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed June 22, 2020 NEW
We visited Six Flags Over Georgia on Sunday June 21st, our first visit after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. I have a Diamond Membership as well as a lunch-and-snack dining package. There were quite a few problems and disappointments along with some good news. 1. The park hours had been shortened down to just noon thru 6 pm. They'll be open until 8 pm in about a week, but they will not be opening before noon at all this season. Hurricane Harbor will only ever be open from 1 pm to 5 pm. Both of these are significant reductions in hours. Season pass-holders, Members and class-action lawyers take note. 2. The western parking lot (closest to the main entrance) was not open and we were routed down the hill to the larger main lot, which is, unfortunately, a much longer walk. Two shuttle trams were running there during our visit. 3. The park was relatively uncrowded, especially for Fathers' Day which is normally their busiest day of the year. Whether this was due to their reservation system limiting the capacity, the fact that the park was still only open to Members and season pass-holders, or due to people simply staying away due to virus concerns, I do not know. 4. Speaking of those all-new required reservations, they never scanned my online reservation print-out. They DID check my reservation for close-up Diamond Parking, so that might have sufficed for the day. 5. And how about that Diamond Parking area! They were enforcing social distances FOR CARS, leaving an empty space between all the cars and staggering them, in an apparent effort to keep your vehicle from catching coronavirus from the vehicle parked next to it. I admire their enthusiasm for helping contain the Virus and keeping my car safe and COVID-free, but this means that the capacity for the parking area will be halved. Make your parking reservations early, folks! 6. The Six Flags website says that refillable cups will NOT be filled and only nonrefillable cups would be used in the park for drink service, so of course we left our "free refills forever" Member cups in the car. To our surprise, peoples' cups WERE being honored within the park...but all drink services were being provided by employees using paper cups. So, don't be confused; go ahead and bring your cups in. 7. Much of the park was closed. The entire Gotham City section was still closed for construction, which removes four existing rides from consideration: Batman: The Ride, Joker Coaster, Harlequin Spinsanity and the Mindbender, which is closed for the entire season. It is scheduled to open in about a week. In addition, numerous other rides were closed: the sky-buckets and the Six Flags Railroad were closed for at least the entire day and Justice League: Battle for Metropolis showed as "Closed" all day on our Flash Pass device. Many eateries were also closed, including Daddy-O's in the USA Section, several smaller kiosks and food-stands, and the new-last-year Strutters Wings, which has been repurposed into an employee break area. I'm glad we didn't pay full price for basically two-thirds of an amusement park. 8. We waited in line a while for a Flash Pass in that hot courtyard with no shade next to the Flash Pass office. We appreciated Six Flags' effort to try to kill the virus with sunlight by NOT installing any type of shade over the courtyard (for the last decade), but it was extremely hot and sweaty out there. The Flash Pass itself helped out some, but lines for rides were relatively short in any event. That will likely change once the park opens to the general public. Twisted Cyclone and Pandemonium closed down for "five minutes" (actually closer to fifteen) for spray-disinfection while we were waiting to ride them. Meanwhile, the seats and head-rests on Goliath are still dingy from years of terrified-guest sweat. Yech. 9. Lunch for Dining Plan holders ends at 3 pm...and there is NO signage posted at restaurants to indicate any change from last year's hours. We got to Johnny Rockets at 3:03 pm to ask about what the hours were, and were promptly denied a chance to get lunch there. Dining Plan holders, BEWARE! You have a short window to enjoy your prepaid benefits. On a larger scale, we still have NO idea why Six Flags enforces "lunch" and "dinner" hours for their Dining Passes. Why not let customers eat when they choose to? Why not let guests with the "lesser" plan get an entree once per day, and guests with the "lunch and dinner" plan get an entree twice a day, maybe separated by 30 minutes minimum to deter "sharing"? After all, we've already paid for it. It just seems petty. 10. On a slightly positive note, in most areas of the park, they were enforcing social distancing and health restrictions fairly rigorously. There is now only one entrance to the security gate area, on the eastern side of the entry plaza, and guests are required to wear masks or facial coverings beyond that checkpoint. Masks are available for purchase there for $1, or about $5 for nicer DC Heroes masks. Six-foot separation markings for line-up areas and queues had been installed in most areas. Most employees were wearing masks. There ARE some "mask-free" areas for guests who tire of wearing a mask all day; we saw one in the USA Section near Goliath. We thought that was a nice touch. It was funny (and frankly annoying) hearing the Pandemonium ride-operator in his shack berating us guests over the PA for not wearing our masks properly...while not wearing a mask himself. All in all, we had an "okay" time. We were unable to check out the back of the park (the former Cotton States Section) because a storm rolled in and we decided to leave before getting soaked. We were able to ride Daredevil Dive, Pandemonium, Twisted Cyclone and Goliath (twice) before the storm hit. I'll be curious to see how well the park fares after it has opened to the general public and presumably the crowds will be larger...and I'm very curious to see if the new reservations-only admittance system is effective in controlling the park capacity to a manageable level.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Six Flags Over Georgia

Where is the theme park located?
Six Flags Over Georgia is located at 275 Riverside Parkway, Southwest  Austell, GA 30168.

Can I bring my selfie stick or monopod into the park?
Selfie sticks, monopods, and similar items are not allowed inside Six Flags parks.

What kinds of food does the park have?
From hamburgers and fries to chicken or pizza, there are eateries for every taste conveniently located throughout the park. Salads are available, plus delicious treats such as funnel cakes and ice cream. Six Flags Over Georgia proudly serves Coca-Cola® products throughout the park for your enjoyment as well.

To get served faster, head to the restaurants at non-traditional lunch and dinner hours — before noon or after 2:00 p.m.

May I bring my own food and beverages into Six Flags Over Georgia?
Food, beverages, coolers, and grills may not be brought into the park. The only food exceptions are for food allergies as described below and infant food, in non-glass jars.

What happens if it rains?
The park contains all types of activities, many of which are not dependent upon good weather, including indoor shows, games, and arcades. While some rides and shows may close due to rain or wind, these rides and shows are opened as soon as the weather clears. Refunds and rainchecks are not offered.

Does the park ever close because of weather?
Yes, sometimes we have to close because of the weather. Guest safety is our number one priority and there are certain weather circumstances that may cause the entire park to close earlier than scheduled or not open at all.

Does Six Flags Over Georgia have a dress code?
In keeping with our family-friendly environment, Six Flags Over Georgia enforces a dress code. Proper attire must be worn in the park at all times, including shirts and appropriate footwear. Heely's shoes are NOT allowed to be used inside the park due to safety concerns.

Tattoos or clothing with offensive language or graphics are not permitted at any time. Examples of clothing not permitted are those which display:

  • Profanity 
  • Pornography 
  • Graphic Violence
  • Support of drugs or drug use
  • Gang symbols 
  • Promoting discrimination against any group
  • An image of an assault rifle or handgun does not, by itself, rise to the level of graphic violence

Half T-Shirts/”Cut-Off” T-Shirts are allowed to be worn into the park, as long as the Half T-Shirt/”Cut-Off” T-shirt is long enough to cover the guest down to the belly button.

Proper swim attire must be worn at all times while inside Hurricane Harbor. For all of our guests, bathing suits must be of proper size and fit to be worn at Hurricane Harbor, and may only be worn in water park areas. Thong-style bathing suits, undergarments and “cut-off” jeans/shorts are not allowed as proper swim attire in Hurricane Harbor.

Park admission may be denied if clothing or tattoos are deemed to be inappropriate by management and the Guest refuses all reasonable options. Shirts cannot be turned inside out as a solution.

Where should I leave my pets?
We know you love your pets and we love animals, too. Although pets are not allowed inside the park, you can board them for a fee at our kennels, located towards the East parking lot adjacent to the parking toll plaza of the park. Pets cannot be kept overnight and must have current vaccinations and registration tags. Water is provided, but the food is not.

Can a friend save my place in line?
Even if the lines are really long and you have been waiting a long time, guests are still not permitted to save places in line, bypass others in line or exit the line and return to the same place for any reason. Guests exiting a line must go to the back of the line if they choose to return. Line jumping may be cause for ejection without refund

How do I re-enter the park if I have to leave for some reason?
Guests who leave the park and plan to return must get their hand stamped before they leave the park at the exit re-entry gate. When guests return to the park they must enter through the re-entry gate with a proper hand stamp or re-entry will not be allowed.

Is smoking permitted in the park?
Six Flags Over Georgia is smoke-free, so smoking is permitted in designated areas only. Please refer to park signs for designated smoking locations or ask a staff member. E-cigarettes may only be used in designated smoking areas

Do you rent strollers and wheelchairs?
Strollers, wheelchairs, and Electronic Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) are available to rent on a first-come, first-serve basis, just inside The British Section next to The Georgia Cyclone®.

Is there a place to store my belongings in the park?
Locker wristbands can be purchased at most any gift shop in the park and are located next to Guest Relations near the park entrance, next to Monster Mansion® in the Peachtree Square section, and inside Hurricane Harbor.

What do we do if our party gets separated?
Arrange a meeting place and time should your party become separated. Although we are unable to page for separated party members, messages can be left for them at Lost Parents and Guest Relations. We have a Lost Parents Center where our employees will take children who have been separated from their family or group. You can leave a message and contact information at Lost Parents for the separated party.

If your child gets lost or separated from your party, don’t panic. Contact a Six Flags staff member or security officer for assistance, or go to Lost Parents Schoolhouse, across from Rabun Gap Railroad Station. Messages for separated parties can be left at Lost Parents. Before visiting, be sure to tell your children to contact a Six Flags employee if they get lost.

Can I smoke in the park?
Six Flags Over Georgia is smoke-free, so smoking is permitted in designated areas only. Please refer to park signs for designated smoking locations or ask a staff member. E-cigarettes may only be used in designated smoking areas.

What is the alcoholic beverage policy?
Six Flags Over Georgia serves alcoholic beverages at several locations throughout the park. Alcohol must be consumed in the permitted areas where it is sold inside the park. Outside alcoholic beverages are prohibited.

What happens if I lose something at the park?
Claim or report your lost items at the Front Gate Security office, located just inside of the main gate. Ride attendants cannot be responsible for articles left on ride platforms. Please secure all loose articles before boarding. Six Flags is not responsible for any lost, stolen or broken items. Items will be retrieved from ride areas when the park closes and kept at Lost and Found for seven days. For information regarding a lost article, please call (770) 739-3400 x3216.