Six Flags Over Georgia opened in 1967 as the second Six Flags park following the success of Six Flags Over Texas, and now features a large collection of rollercoasters headed up by the ACE Coaster Classic Mind Bender and the 200ft tall B&M hyper coaster Goliath.
|Opened||16 June 1967|
|Season||March to December|
|Nearby||Lake Winnepesaukah (92 miles)|
Alabama Splash Adventure (143 miles)
Dollywood (151 miles)
Carowinds (225 miles)
Kentucky Kingdom (313 miles)
Following on from the success of the original Six Flags park in Texas, Six Flags Over Georgia opened as the second theme park in the chain in 1967, with rides including the Six Flags Railroad and Dahlonega Mine Train which still exist today.
Over the years, they have been joined by many other attractions. Mind Bender, a steel looping coaster designed by Anton Schwarzkopf, has been recognised as a Rollercoaster Landmark by the American Coaster Enthusiasts.
Sadly, the park today doesn't feel like one of the more loved parks in the Six Flags chain. It seems a bit worn out, and generally under invested in. Some of the rollercoasters are rough enough to be unrideable. The atmosphere on the park feels a little more gritty than you might want at a theme park too. However, things might be looking up as the park's Georgia Cyclone wooden rollercoaster is getting an upgrade courtesy of RMC for the 2018 season.
A B&M hypercoaster - one of the highlights of the park
A Schwarzkopf coaster classic
A nice looking - but extremely rough riding - wooden coaster
Stand Up rollercoaster from B&M
Gerstlauer Eurofighter, recently retrofitted with VR just to help minimise capacity on the already low capacity ride
Arrow mine train
Wooden rollercoaster, which is being given the RMC treatment for 2018
A recently refurbished but still very uncomfortable Vekoma looping coaster
Stand up gyro drop tower
Nicely themed dark boat ride through a mansion inhabited by monsters
Train ride around the park