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Six Flags Over Georgia, The Thrill Capital of the South, is located just about 10 minutes west of Downtown Atlanta on Interstate 20. The park is nearly 300 acres with more than 40 rides and attractions, plus the Hurricane Harbor Water Park, with 4 world-class attractions. The park also features seasonal events, including the largest and scariest Fright Fest Halloween event in the fall and the magical winter wonderland of Holiday in the Park during November, December and early January. The park is open from mid-March through early January of the following year.

Yelp Reviews

2.5 stars

Posting this during the members preview week with social distance measures in place. PARKING **** Before you even show up at the park you need to make a... Read Full Review

PRE-COVID. Six Flags Over Georgia (SFOG) is a great park! People seem to forget that you pay for what you get. SFOG's admission is $50 while Magic Kingdom's... Read Full Review

After a friend told me about reviewing individual roller coasters, I decided to go see how many pages were out there for Six Flags Over Georgia since it is... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3.5 stars Based on 2893 traveler reviews

Could have been better. One team member was rude

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... Read Full Review

Horrible Service

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... Read Full Review

Terrible Six Flags

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... Read Full Review

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