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    Today is 9/28/2014. I was supposed to go to 6 flags yesterday and i’m grateful I didn’t. My mom came running through my bedroom door to see if i was still here. I live 5-10 minutes away from 6 flags and i heard sirens all through the night. Now i had heard from school that there were gonna be fights, and i didn’t believe it was gonna go down in a national park but a shoot out happened. Never going there. I’ll stick to my good ole fashion Kings Dominion

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    I think this is the perfect park for young children and tweens. I took my children who ranged in ages from 13-18. The 18 years old was not so impressed but he was happy that the park was small enough that he didn’t have a hard time looking after the other three younger kids. This was the most relaxed amusement park my husband and I have every visited with our children. The small size made it easy for them to get around and feel like they had some freedom.

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    I have been going to this park last four years .My kids are now 9 and 13. Its only 40 minutes drive from va and my kids love it.I always buy the season pass and did not have any trouble in our out side of the park at all. so I donot know why people post bad reviews .take your family and have fun

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    We have had season passes for the past 2 years and love going! I absolutely love the personalities of the kids they have doing the games. They are so fun, energetic and kind! The other thing I really like, is unlike most other theme parks, they have games that the kids can win prizes without having to spend a ton of money. A couple of them give a prize just for playing. Cheap souvenir options for someone on a budget. The Fright Fest night activities they have in September/October are also a lot of fun. This is a smaller theme park, but that is something I enjoy as it makes it easier to get on the rides. I would rather be on the rides than walking to and from them. The Apocalypse is a little bumpy, so anyone with back or neck injuries should avoid that ride. We usually schedule a chiropractic appointment after we ride, but we love to ride it so it’s worth it! Our family has always had the best experiences when coming here, and if we have had any issues, they have been great to help resolve them. Food and drinks are a little pricey so plan on that. We eat before and we buy the souvenir cups to save on money in the park. The slurpee cups pay for themselves as they can be used at any 7-11 for .99 cent refills.I recommend going for some great family fun! 🙂

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    Although Six Flags America has a couple of nicely themed areas and decent rides, overall visiting this park was an unpleasant and uneven experience. There are a couple of good rides in the front left of the park, including the soaking Shipwreck Falls, the standard river raft ride Renegade Rapids, and the familiar Mind Eraser inverted coaster. The right side of the park includes a good classic wooden coaster, the Wild One, and a new spinning wild mouse called Ragin Cajun that is pretty fun but generic and will require you to wait in one of the longest lines in the park. The Voodoo Drop ride is very small for a drop ride, although at least it tries to fit in with the whole Mardi Gras theme in the section of the park where it’s located. While the Mardi Gras section of the park was a bit of a letdown, at least they tried to theme the area, unlike the theming towards the center of the park, home of a standard standing coaster, Apocalypse, and a decent wooden coaster, Roar. Once you move past those coasters, however, you enter Gotham City, which is the worst amusement park area I have ever encountered in a theme park. Gotham City is home to three coasters and the theming in this area is incredibly sparse and nearly non-existent. In fact, besides the walkways, occasional flowers, generic superhero signs, and giant tacky umbrellas, there is virtually no theming in this area besides the empty fields that surround it and this entire section of the park is highly disappointing and detracts from the park as a whole. The coasters in this section of the park include The Joker’s Jinx which was closed when I visited, the park’s best coaster, Superman: Ride of Steel, and an early flying coaster, the Batwing Coaster. The reason The Joker’s Jinx was closed during my visit is because it had to make an emergency stop that is currently being investigated, although the ride was deserted later on in the week after the incident. Because of this I felt rather unsafe while at the park even though I normally feel safe on rides and that feeling of danger intensified after I saw a ride operator banging on an electrical panel on one of Batwing’s ride vehicles to get one of the seats to lock and use their name badge’s pin to get that same seat’s seat belt to unlock. This kind of behavior by ride operators in front of guests, especially when you’re only running one train on all of your rides that should be the best one available, is completely unacceptable and makes for an unsettling park experience. I ended up leaving the park a couple hours before it closed since it was practically deserted on the Friday in mid August I visited and there were hardly any lines, not to mention there wasn’t much to go on. On my way out I stopped by guest relations and told them about the panel banging and they seemed unconcerned and were wondering if I wanted to file an official report or just inform them of the incident but they supposedly relayed it to the rides supervisor. I didn’t even bother to mention the incredible lack of theming in Gotham City since they probably don’t care, but this sad excuse for a Six Flags better clean up their act before they kill someone or are forced to close once people stop coming here for a handful of rides and a lackluster theme park experience.

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    If you are planning to go to six flags America over the summer, don’t. I live 5 minutes from there and it is horrible. First, it is extremely ghetto and not very clean. There are too many fights and the food is not good. All the trouble making teenagers will ruin your experience. Save your money and go to a more family friendly amusement park, such as Busch Gardens. Not raunchy, old six flags America.