SIX FLAGS DARIEN LAKE
Buffalo, New York (Abbreviation: DL)
Known as Six Flags Darien Lake (1999 to 2006)
and as just Darien Lake (2007 to 2018)
Owned by EPR Properties
Managed by Six Flags Theme Parks
Park News - (3/28/19) According to the Six Flags Darien Lake webpage, it claims that the park’s entrance will be revamped in time for the May 4th season opening, including the addition of “a towering, new digital pylon and a new Six Flags Darien Lake entrance sign.”
(2/13/19) Six Flags officially announced the re-branding of Darien Lake into Six Flags Darien Lake starting with the 2019 season.
2019 - Six Flags Darien Lake & Six Flags SkyScreamer - (5/22/19) The local news has posted a quick video of the new Six Flags SkyScreamer ride testing at Darien Lake. Check it out below.
(4/28/19) The local news has posted some new pictures showing off the installation of the bottom-section of the new Six Flags SkyScreamer ride at Six Flags Darien Lake. Officials hope to have it open by the end of May if possible.
(8/30/18) As rumored Darien Lake will become Six Flags Darien Lake in 2019 and to celebrate the park will add the new Six Flags SkyScreamer, a giant Star Flyer attraction standing 24-stories tall.
2020 - Wahoo Wave - (8/29/19) Six Flags Darien Lake will be adding a new waterslide for 2020 called Wahoo Wave, where sliders in 4-person rafts will climb six-stories and take a 30 foot plunge down straight into a giant wall element where they will spiral and stall out before falling back down once again to finish the adventure.