This famous theme park has added new thrills and adventures for the young and young-at-heart. On a hot day, Hurricane Bay ... More
This famous theme park has added new thrills and adventures for the young and young-at-heart. On a hot day, Hurricane Bay provides a cool adventure with its 560,000 gallons of water and four-foot waves. Hook's Lagoon is a thrilling tree house with slides and water sprays where 1,000 gallons of water are dumped on the crowd. Be sure to experience the Boss, a mile-long roller coaster, too. Children younger than three are admitted free. Ring them to find out the admission prices.
My friend and I love the rides, we come every year. We went to have our photos taken at the Antique picture booth, and the help was lousy this year, the staff acted like they didn't care, acted like they didn't care how we posed or how we dressed, we ended up posing ourselves. It is too expensive for that kind of behavior, not even a smile from the help. The pictures were lousy, next year we will go somewhere different.
I loved everything there! Even if people hate roller coasters, this is the best place for those kind of people too! I only went on one roller coaster, The Screamin' Eagle, and it was fantastic. The water rides, The Log Flume and Thunder River, were probably the best for me. There is even a place for the little kids, like the mini roller coaster and lots more. So if you are looking for a place for the family with a great amount of fun, Six Flags St. Louis is the perfect place for you!
The rides are great fun for all ages. The staff is very friendly, and willing to help when possible. Even though I am afriad of hights I road a roller coaster, and had the best time of my life. I will defenatly come back.
The Rides are great. Lots of Rides to ride. Many coasters (fast coasters). Love the fact that has rides for all ages. The food is great but a little high (but expected), Best idea they had was the water park. The photographer that the person was talking about they do have. But as many times as i have been there i have never had a bad encounter with them. They take your picture of your family before you enter the park, and then later in the day you can pick up your pictures. Its a great, cheap, memoriable souvioner. The only disadvantage is sometimes you could wait hours to get on some of the rides. The price is very high at the door. I can get the tickets half the price here at home. If you go you won't regret it. It takes me 2 hours to get there and it is worth the drive. I have been there at least 5 or more times. Make sure your child is about 52" though or he/she will not be able to get onto the big rides. My aunt took her boys and one was only 50" and could not go on almost all the big rides. Just check the requirements before you go and pay all that money for your child to hate the whole day!
I arrived with my daughter, son and their friend. The first thing was getting accosted by a Park Photographer. I look up and say, �Thanks, but no.� He does not yield and stays in front of us as we make our way to the lockers by your customer service area. He implores again for a photo and I explain, �No, now please move aside.� This guy is now actually blocking me and my family from entering the locker area and he�s actually starring me down. I cannot believe this and actually feel he�s becoming a threat. I explain that he needs to move out of my way or there�s going to be a problem and we�ll be taking this to the park manager. He explains he�s doing his job (since when is harrassment a job function ?). I reply he has done his job, we don�t want a photo and please move aside. He finally, still starring me down, we�re practically chest to chest and he moves to one side.
All I can think is that this is nuts. But it gets nuttier.
The two teenagers head off for the roller coasters. I tell my eleven year old son to wait as I go to the men�s room. I come out and he�s nearly in tears saying the security guard wants to talk to me.
The guard asked if I had an altercation with a photographer. I explained that the photographer could not take no for an answer and had actually blocked my path. Bill explained he just wanted to take a picture. I said he needed to understand what the word, �No,� meant. Bill explained that the photographer felt I had threatened him. I said only threatened by the fact I was going to the manager if he did not back off. The guard then says he's going to be keeping an eye on me.
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