Six Flags Over Georgia in Austell, GA

275 Riverside Parkway, SouthwestAustell, GA 30168
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From extreme adrenaline rushes on towering roller coasters such as Goliath to kid-sized thrills and play areas, Six Flags Over Georgia has it all. With more than 40 rides and attractions, the Hurricane Harbor water park, and entertainment throughout the park, Six Flags Over Georgia is the epicenter of non-stop fun for the entire family. The hardest part is choosing which roller coaster to ride first!

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Austell Travel Experts
  • If your child has been separated from the group, visit the Lost Parents Center at the park.
  • Features 40+ rides and attractions including world-class roller coasters, drop rides, and kiddie rides.
  • To get served faster, head to the restaurants at non-traditional lunch and dinner hours — before noon or after 2:00 p.m.
  • Top rides include JUSTICE LEAGUE: Battle for Metropolis, Goliath, BATMAN: The Ride, and SUPERMAN: Ultimate Fight.
  • Weekdays during the summer and any regular operating day during the months of April, May, June, and September have the smallest crowds.


from Six Flags Over Georgia
With so many choices, where do you begin? Right here. Take a look at all the amazing things to do while at Six Flags Over Georgia — from pulse-pounding roller coasters to gentler options for Tots. Take a break at one of our entertaining shows and catch a bite at one of our restaurants. Don't forget to pick up your souvenirs so you can remember the day.

Looking for thrills? Well, you've found them. In fact, you've found some of the fastest, tallest, wildest, gut-wrenching rides in the country-including a few record-breakers.

Family fun is what we're all about at Six Flags. So get ready to let loose and laugh. From the highest heights to the gentlest adventures, we've got plenty of rides you can enjoy together.

Thrill seekers come in all sizes. That's why we have tons of great fun for little ones to enjoy on their own and with parents. These rides spin, fly and promise to take kids on magical journeys that are perfect for their height and age.

Nothing provides more lasting memories than a great show. Especially when shared with friends and family. That's why, in addition to the most thrilling rides on the planet, you'll find a wide variety of top-shelf entertainment right here at the park. The kind of entertainment you'll be talking about for years to come.

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Atlanta, GA
"Passholder says "meh""
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed January 15, 2019 NEW
We are passholders, so we clearly think Six Flags is fine enough. The park tends to get dirty quickly and the lines for food are too long when the park gets crowded. I've seen people faint from heat in July waiting to be served a cold beverage.
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New York City, New York
"5 Stars"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 15, 2019 NEW
Six flags is a fun place for people who like roller coasters! Fright fest is fun. The park staff is very nice! I will definitely be back!
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Atlanta, GA
"Holiday Lights"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 15, 2019 NEW
We had an awesome night at Six Flags over GA. It was a mild New Year's eve. We rode a couple of the Big Coaters several times and ended our night enjoying the Holiday Lights
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Summerville, Georgia
"First Six Flags Experince"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 14, 2019 NEW
i moved from Ohio to Georgia, first went May 2018. It was a good experience the 4 times i went. SkyScreamer is a must and so is Goliath.
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Smithtown, New York
"Great coasters, but park looks dirty during day, and SOME workers need better training!"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed January 08, 2019 NEW
Part of the reason my family and I came to Atlanta for our holiday break was that the Six Flags over Georgia was open during the time frame we had allotted for our visit. I have twin 9yr old boy & girl who love amusement parks & roller coasters. During the daytime, the park does look a bit old and tired. They were open late in December and had a holiday theme. Of course, a few rides were shut down, in addition to no water rides for obvious reasons. However, I don't think the price is reduced to account for a partial experience of the park. Doesn't matter, as we were able to secure discounted tickets. First thing to watch out for. On a few roller coasters, you can't have a bag, like a backpack with you. No, you can't place it near the exit area of the ride. There are no cubbies, only holders for the expensive cups you can buy at the park. So what happens if you do have a bag? Well, you MUST rent a locker, which is a minimum $5 investment. Of course, if you have somebody that can hold the bag who is waiting for you, all the better, but not if everyone is going to ride. Of course, I thought this was going to be the theme on all rides, but its not. On other coasters & rides, they do have cubbies, put the vibe is put out that you must rent a locker and that seems like a nickle and diming effort that may not be totally necessary. The park opened at 2pm and started to fill up quickly. The lines were short for about the first hour or two, but by dusk, you were going to be waiting about an hour for the main roller coasters. Not good, since the park is only open for a limited time, so we found ourselves bypassing the coasters and trying to take advantage of other rides that had shorter lines so we can maximize our time. I will say that the park does start to look a LOT better after dark, and was lighted and decorated beautifully for Christmas. One thing I do need to talk about, and I'd love for someone from Six Flags to contact me about is the behavior of a particular member of the staff that we had a very negative interaction with, which essentially put a HUGE damper in our Six Flags experience. This happened in the Joker's Funhouse game room. My son, who is on the low end of the spectrum, has a huge appreciation for electronics, games, and computers. He noticed that one of the games in the fun house had an error message on it. He walked over to tell the attendant about the problem and that an out of order sign should be put on the machine. I did not hear him talk to the attendant, but I watched him walk over and talk, and come right back. A while later, while we were redeeming tickets with the attendant with my wife and kids, the attendant asked if "that was her son?" My wife said yes. The attendant then proceeded to say that she didn't appreciate my son yelling and screaming at her. When we challenged her on exactly what she meant, she kept saying that she wouldn't tolerate a child yelling at her like that. When my wife explained that this was an unusual accusation, as our son never yells at anyone, and is on the spectrum, the attendant didn't care and continued to repeat her defiance to "being yelled at" by anyone. This obviously made us very upset. I asked my son what he did, and he simply stated that he walked over and told the attendant about the error in the game and that a sign should be put on the game. (We had just watched Ralph Breaks the Internet and there is a scene in the movie where a broken video game gets an out of order sign put on it.) I had witnessed this interaction from afar, but didn't hear it. I think the attendant may have misunderstood the situation, but she had no intention of backing down, which is not the right attitude. This essentially led to a verbal altercation with my wife and the attendant, which was ot a good thing to experience. Obviously this was upsetting, and I'm not looking to get anyone fired, but when you're an employee working in a setting where there are children, you need to come up with better ways to communicate if you believe there is a problem. This person handled it poorly, and as a result, this affects the perception of Six Flags for me, and makes me regret even coming here. We did go to member services before we left with the promise that this would be reported and that somebody would contact my wife, but to date, nothing has happened. I will say that interaction with other staff was fine and everybody else was helpful, but all it takes is a disturbing incident to paint the entire picture as negative, which unfortunately, for me, it did.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Six Flags Over Georgia

Where is the theme park located?
Six Flags Over Georgia is located at 275 Riverside Parkway, Southwest  Austell, GA 30168.

Can I bring my selfie stick or monopod into the park?
Selfie sticks, monopods, and similar items are not allowed inside Six Flags parks.

What kinds of food does the park have?
From hamburgers and fries to chicken or pizza, there are eateries for every taste conveniently located throughout the park. Salads are available, plus delicious treats such as funnel cakes and ice cream. Six Flags Over Georgia proudly serves Coca-Cola® products throughout the park for your enjoyment as well.

To get served faster, head to the restaurants at non-traditional lunch and dinner hours — before noon or after 2:00 p.m.

May I bring my own food and beverages into Six Flags Over Georgia?
Food, beverages, coolers, and grills may not be brought into the park. The only food exceptions are for food allergies as described below and infant food, in non-glass jars.

What happens if it rains?
The park contains all types of activities, many of which are not dependent upon good weather, including indoor shows, games, and arcades. While some rides and shows may close due to rain or wind, these rides and shows are opened as soon as the weather clears. Refunds and rainchecks are not offered.

Does the park ever close because of weather?
Yes, sometimes we have to close because of the weather. Guest safety is our number one priority and there are certain weather circumstances that may cause the entire park to close earlier than scheduled or not open at all.

Does Six Flags Over Georgia have a dress code?
In keeping with our family-friendly environment, Six Flags Over Georgia enforces a dress code. Proper attire must be worn in the park at all times, including shirts and appropriate footwear. Heely's shoes are NOT allowed to be used inside the park due to safety concerns.

Tattoos or clothing with offensive language or graphics are not permitted at any time. Examples of clothing not permitted are those which display:

  • Profanity 
  • Pornography 
  • Graphic Violence
  • Support of drugs or drug use
  • Gang symbols 
  • Promoting discrimination against any group
  • An image of an assault rifle or handgun does not, by itself, rise to the level of graphic violence

Half T-Shirts/”Cut-Off” T-Shirts are allowed to be worn into the park, as long as the Half T-Shirt/”Cut-Off” T-shirt is long enough to cover the guest down to the belly button.

Proper swim attire must be worn at all times while inside Hurricane Harbor. For all of our guests, bathing suits must be of proper size and fit to be worn at Hurricane Harbor, and may only be worn in water park areas. Thong-style bathing suits, undergarments and “cut-off” jeans/shorts are not allowed as proper swim attire in Hurricane Harbor.

Park admission may be denied if clothing or tattoos are deemed to be inappropriate by management and the Guest refuses all reasonable options. Shirts cannot be turned inside out as a solution.

Where should I leave my pets?
We know you love your pets and we love animals, too. Although pets are not allowed inside the park, you can board them for a fee at our kennels, located towards the East parking lot adjacent to the parking toll plaza of the park. Pets cannot be kept overnight and must have current vaccinations and registration tags. Water is provided, but the food is not.

Can a friend save my place in line?
Even if the lines are really long and you have been waiting a long time, guests are still not permitted to save places in line, bypass others in line or exit the line and return to the same place for any reason. Guests exiting a line must go to the back of the line if they choose to return. Line jumping may be cause for ejection without refund

How do I re-enter the park if I have to leave for some reason?
Guests who leave the park and plan to return must get their hand stamped before they leave the park at the exit re-entry gate. When guests return to the park they must enter through the re-entry gate with a proper hand stamp or re-entry will not be allowed.

Is smoking permitted in the park?
Six Flags Over Georgia is smoke-free, so smoking is permitted in designated areas only. Please refer to park signs for designated smoking locations or ask a staff member. E-cigarettes may only be used in designated smoking areas

Do you rent strollers and wheelchairs?
Strollers, wheelchairs, and Electronic Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) are available to rent on a first-come, first-serve basis, just inside The British Section next to The Georgia Cyclone®.

Is there a place to store my belongings in the park?
Locker wristbands can be purchased at most any gift shop in the park and are located next to Guest Relations near the park entrance, next to Monster Mansion® in the Peachtree Square section, and inside Hurricane Harbor.

What do we do if our party gets separated?
Arrange a meeting place and time should your party become separated. Although we are unable to page for separated party members, messages can be left for them at Lost Parents and Guest Relations. We have a Lost Parents Center where our employees will take children who have been separated from their family or group. You can leave a message and contact information at Lost Parents for the separated party.

If your child gets lost or separated from your party, don’t panic. Contact a Six Flags staff member or security officer for assistance, or go to Lost Parents Schoolhouse, across from Rabun Gap Railroad Station. Messages for separated parties can be left at Lost Parents. Before visiting, be sure to tell your children to contact a Six Flags employee if they get lost.

Can I smoke in the park?
Six Flags Over Georgia is smoke-free, so smoking is permitted in designated areas only. Please refer to park signs for designated smoking locations or ask a staff member. E-cigarettes may only be used in designated smoking areas.

What is the alcoholic beverage policy?
Six Flags Over Georgia serves alcoholic beverages at several locations throughout the park. Alcohol must be consumed in the permitted areas where it is sold inside the park. Outside alcoholic beverages are prohibited.

What happens if I lose something at the park?
Claim or report your lost items at the Front Gate Security office, located just inside of the main gate. Ride attendants cannot be responsible for articles left on ride platforms. Please secure all loose articles before boarding. Six Flags is not responsible for any lost, stolen or broken items. Items will be retrieved from ride areas when the park closes and kept at Lost and Found for seven days. For information regarding a lost article, please call (770) 739-3400 x3216.