It just keeps getting bigger and bigger. The city's largest theme park now boasts not only the shows and musical reviews that ... More
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
It just keeps getting bigger and bigger. The city's largest theme park now boasts not only the shows and musical reviews that made it popular, but also dozens of rides and a water park. Prepare for everything when you visit Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Each year the park adds new and faster rides, primarily in the roller coaster category. The water park expands exponentially each year, as well. In addition, the musical shows always manage to upstage what had been done previously. All of the shows are held at Lone Star Lil's in Crackaxle Canyon. Definitely an all-day trip, Fiesta Texas is a fun, but expensive, adventure. Admission varies depending on the season.
Most of the rides were awesome! I like how the Superman ride takes you on an actuall cliff and the first fall was the best and scariest part! The bad parts: try not to go on the Rattler. It may look big and exciting, but it's even bumpier than running over speed bumps at 20 mph. It knocked the breath outta me and I bumped my head twice. Also, be aware of large amounts of smoking areas around the park. That was the worst. When I left, I got dizzy and nauseous because of inhaling smoke so much..
I'm 13 and I hated roller coaster I would never even think to go on them. I went to SixFlags and Now ill ride ANY ride:] I went with my best friend.All the workers are fun to talk to and they like to talk to us.The workers gave us tips for the bestrides and where to sit. My parrent are taking my for my b-day and b-day party! I love it:]
Okay, if you have a season pass, this is a great place to go. You don't have to rush and you can come in and not have to worry about the lines, and expensive food. But if you are coming here for vacation, you will have a rough time. June is the best time to go to both sea world, and Six Flags. Usually not that crowded. The shows are a must! They have updated there country show to more familiar songs that will leave you with a smile. And there high school show, Groovin at Rockville High is a great show to go to. Hilarious and songs that you know. May be a little to sexual for the young ones, but a great show. The lone star spectacular is a must at the end of the day. A great way to top it off. All in all Six Flags is a good season pass place, but vacation wise, go to Sea World. And also before you go, plan ahead! Hopefully u will have a great time at any of the parks. Best shows in Texas are right here in S.A.
My 8 year old son loves going to Fiesta Texas, which is the only reason we keep getting season passes. There are lots of times when the park is not so crowded which is nice compared to SeaWorld which can feel like being a sardine. BUT the workers at Fiesta Texas, except for a couple, most of them seem to not care about their jobs and are not really friendly to the kids. and personally I hate their rock-and-roll shows and country shows, the outfits and dancing are too sexy for kids, which is the only reason I come is for my kid. I am glad they added Wiggles World but Fiesta Texas still seems pretty small for the kids if you aren't watching shows all day. I hope they get a 4D theater or something like that one day. Fiesta Texas feels ghetto sometimes and it is mainly because of bad attitudes from the workers. but if you avoid them and avoid letting cutters make you mad, it can be fun for the kids (learn when to come when it isn't packed)
I made it to this six flags numorous times this past summer and it's all right as long as you have a Season Pass and a refillable drink cup the meals are overpriced....... The Games are also very expensive... The Flass Pass is expensive but if it's only one or two people then you can make Flass pass which is pricey but worth it.... The Shows are very good.... The Rides are Great to
Fireworks at the stroke of midnight was really good.
The rides that were open were good too.
Food at the food court is expensive and quality is poor.
Atmosphere was like some old town that needs to be torn down.
Exorbitant parking fee for season pass about 45$, also they charge 5$ for printing your own ticket online. Go figure.
Despite its rides, overall seaworld is a better deal.
I THINK THEY NEED TO TEAR IT DOWN WE GOT ON IT TODAY I BROKE A RIB ON IT ONE OFF MY SONS BACK IS ALL MESED UP AND MY WIFE NECK STILL ACHE, EVEN THE PEOPLE IN FRONT OF US WERE COMPLAININGABOUT BACK AND NECK ACHS. ALL THEY NEED TO DO IS MAKE BETTER SEETING ITS DANGEROUS THE WAY IT IS
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