Six Flags Over Georgia

Goliath helix seen inside the entrance of Six Flags Over Georgia on a partly cloudy day

Six Flags Over Georgia, nestled in Austell just outside Atlanta, Georgia, boasts the title of “Thrill Capital of the South” for a reason. Since its opening in 1967, this Six Flags park has been providing adrenaline-pumping coasters, family-friendly rides, and exciting shows for generations. Whether you’re a coaster enthusiast seeking heart-stopping drops or a parent planning a fun day out with the kids, Six Flags Over Georgia has something for everyone.

Discover A Southern Six Flags Experience

Established in 1967, Six Flags Over Georgia was the second park to bear the Six Flags name. The park’s name pays homage to the six flags that have flown over Georgia throughout its history: Spain, France, Great Britain, the United States, the Confederate States, and Georgia. Over the years, the park has expanded to include over 40 rides and attractions, a water park, and more themed areas like Gotham City and Screampunk, making it a premier destination for thrill-seekers and families alike.

Enjoy Roller Coasters for Every Dare Devil

Blue Hawk roller coaster seen from across the lake at Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Flags Over Georgia is a haven for coaster enthusiasts. From the towering Goliath, to the looping inversions you experience while standing up on Georgia Scorcher, the park offers a range of roller coasters that will have you screaming with delight (or terror!). Meanwhile, the recently opened KID FLASH™ Cosmic Coaster, a first-of-its-kind single-rail family racing coaster, provides a thrilling experience for the whole family as does the classic park-original Dahlonega Mine Train.

Experience Family Fun Beyond the Thrills

Justice League Battle for Metropolis facade at Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Bugs Bunny Boomtown offers a delightful haven for the little ones, with kid-friendly rides, shows, and meet-and-greets featuring beloved Looney Tunes characters. DC Superfriends is centered around famous DC Comics Characters, featuring rides and kiddie-sized thrills. The park also features a water park, Hurricane Harbor, perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day.

Celebrate With Festivals and Holiday Events

Looking down the midway and seeing Peach orange lights at Holiday In The Park at Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Flags Over Georgia is more than just rides. Throughout the season, the park hosts special events like the Brews & Bites food festival, Low Sensory Sundays for guests with sensory processing needs, and Spring Break celebrations. And don’t forget the classic holiday events – Fright Fest for Halloween and Holiday In The Park for December holidays.

Let Vertigo Views Help You Have The Best Six Flags Day Possible

Looking up at a train going down the first drop of Georgia Scorcher and large Goliath hill at Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Flags Over Georgia promises an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages, with thrilling rides, family-friendly attractions, and special events year-round. As a local Atlanta resident, Vertigo Views has lots of expert tips, tricks, and advice to help you have the best day possible at the park. Read our blog posts about Six Flags Over Georgia and let us know if there’s anything you want to see!