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Six Flags Theme Parks
Atlanta, Georgia





Park News - (3/7/2023) While Six Flags over Georgia just opened for the 2023 season last weekend, would you believe trouble broke out in the park already?  Strangely enough over the weekend, I had read reports about how the park seemed to have an increased security presence, where all of the uniformed security members, and not just off-duty police, were spotted wearing armored tactical vests throughout the park.
    Well, according to the local news, several fights apparently broke out in the park involving teens on Saturday night. The reports claimed that security calmed things down, and when fights broke out a bit later, security began to remove the troublemakers from the park.
    According to the statement from Six Flags, “Their actions disrupted the park experience for our guests and violated our park policies. ... We have absolutely no tolerance for inappropriate behavior. Safety for our guests, and our team members, is our foremost priority. Unruly behavior will not be tolerated.”


icon_STOPLate 2023 / Possibly 2024 - Kid-Flash Cosmic Coaster - (9/4/2023) After seeing nearly no progress on the Kid Flash Cosmic Coaster project at Six Flags over Georgia all summer, would you believe that the track for the new coaster is already fully installed? According to a post on Facebook, all the track for the pair of racing coasters was installed in just 8-days.
    There is still a lot of work left to do however, as all the LED video panels still have to be installed, the train set up, and testing, but it is great to see some rapid progress finally take place after the project seems stalled out for so long.

    (8/21/2023) Good news from Six Flags over Georgia, Kid Flash has finally gone vertical!

    (8/13/2023) According to a report from Six Flags over Georgia, things are finally moving forward with that park’s version of Kid Flash Cosmic Coaster. While they have yet to begin any kind of vertical construction, the large concrete pad has now been poured for the new ride. Hopefully this means that vertical construction won't be far along now, assuming they’ve received all their track shipments by now.
    (7/29/2023) WIth all the construction updates for the Kid Flash coaster going up at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, many are wondering what’s going on with the Six Flags over Georgia version. According to comments and a photo posted showing off mainly dirt, on Screamscape’s Facebook page, little has been accomplished at the construction site for the Kid Flash in Georgia. At this point, it seems highly unlikely that the new family coaster will be ready for the 2023 season, unless they are able to finish it off in time for Christmas.
    (3/5/2023)  As discussed earlier this week, a new dual track single-rail coaster was confirmed for the Gotham City section of Six Flags over Georgia, replacing the Joker Chaos Coaster ride. They are calling it the Kid Flash Cosmic Coaster and you can check out the animation of it in the post below which includes a look at what some of the animated graphics on all those LED panels might look like in the day and night.
    A reader also posted a look at the construction site taken this weekend.

    (3/1/2023) While there was speculation that the new dueling family coasters coming to Six Flags over Georgia might be set up on the former Splashwater Falls site, this does not seem to be the case. According to an article at Amusement Today the new pair of Skyline Attractions coasters “will be adding the coaster additions on the site formerly occupied by a Larson International Fireball sporting a Joker theme.”
    So in other words, it definitely sounds like The Joker Chaos Coaster is being removed. While the ride is still currently listed on the Six Flags website, the article confirms the location by saying that the addition of the “P’Sghetti Bowl roller coaster continues the development of the  multi-year reimagining of the Gotham City park section.” “The removal of [the former ride] will provide the ideal location for this new attraction.”
    So with that in mind, any guesses as to what the theme of this ride may be? Obviously “Two-Face” would be a good one for a ride with two-tracks, though something more family friendly like Batman & Robin or Teen Titans may be more likely given the intended ridership.
    If you never got a chance to ride the Joker’s Chaos Coaster (note: it’s not a coaster) you can check it out below.

    (1/15/2023) Six Flags over Georgia is adding a new racing coaster in 2023 after all! In a surprise announcement at the “ACE No Coaster Con” event it was confirmed that a pair of P’Sghetti Bowl racing/dueling single-rail coasters from Skyline Attractions will be coming to the park in Summer 2023. From the look of it, this will be the same design and layout that was previously announced to be coming to the Six Flags Fiesta Texas park late last year, and just like the Texas version, the Georgia version will include the full Aurora LED lighting package on the track that should be spectacular looking.


2023 - Caribbean Cove @ Six Flags WhiteWater - (3/5/2023) Six Flags WhiteWater will be adding a new family friendly play area for the kiddies called Caribbean Cove. They expect it will be ready to open in May.


icon_STOP2024 - Intamin Ultra Surf - (8/20/2023) The guesses to the clues on that shipping crate were right on the money as Six Flags over Georgia announced to the fans at Coaster Fest that they were indeed adding an Intamin Ultra Surf coaster to the park on the location of the former Splash Water Falls. They haven’t released a theme or a name yet, but they did share all the technical details and seems to hint that they might be accepting suggestions to help them name it in the near future. While anything is possible of course, this is Six Flags, so I’m still thinking they might give it an Aquaman theme.
    The experience is a mix between the old Intamin Half-Pipe style ride, featuring two sets of seats that spin on the giant board shaped shuttle vehicle, mixed with a layout very similar (just smaller is scale) to Mack’s Power Splash.

    (8/9/2023) A new theory is going around online about the Six Flags over Georgia announcement. This one may sound like a bit of a stretch at first, but the concept does sound possible, especially given the rumored location where the former Splash Water Falls used to be.
    While many have focused on the return address on the teaser crate being from Amusement Drive (which ironically is a road in the parking lot of Canada’s Wonderland) another person focused instead of the address… “44180”, which does not exist in Canada by the way.
    So what might 44180 stand for?  Maybe it is just a strange coincidence, but Intamin’s new Ultra Surf Coaster concept is actually 180 meters long, and 44 meters high. So what is the Ultra Surf and why should we care? Intamin’s Ultra Surf is actually their answer to Mack’s PowerSplash, which Six Flags just opened at Six Flags over Texas as Aquaman: Power Wave.
    Screamscape had privately heard whispers that Six Flags had taken some issues regarding some downtime issues with Aquaman in Texas, and add in that the bigger PowerSplash is too large for the footprint of the former Splash Water Falls ride, but Intamin’s Ultra Surf may fit perfectly.
    While this just may be an example of “rumoring gone wild”, the various stickers on the crate all represent the counties where Intamin currently has offices: USA, Germany, China, Japan and Switzerland. Give the official promo video below from Intamin that shows off the Surf Riders 2.0 and then ends with a look at the Ultra Surf to see it in action. Given the location between the DC Comics themed kiddie area that bridges over to the bigger Metropolis area with Justice League and Superman, another Aquaman theme could be very appropriate for the Ultra Surf if put here.

    (8/6/2023) Just for clarification, the Six Flags over Georgia team has confirmed that the “big announcement” taking place during the park’s new Coaster Fest event will be to reveal “Something Big” that is coming to the park for next season. Those in attendance will be among the first to discovery what is in store for the 2024 season.
    Other fun parts of the new Coaster Fest event will include Behind the Scenes Tours, Lift Hill Walks (additional fee), Exclusive Ride Times on Goliath, Batman, and Superman, as well as the chance to buy a Roller Coaster 5K booklet and ride 16,404ft of coaster track during the event for an exclusive prize. Visit the official website for all the details.
    (8/5/2023) Six Flags over Georgia previously teased that the park would make some kind of announcement on August 19 and now we have a new hint. A large “Priority Mail” package has arrived near the entrance of the park’s Crystol Pistol theater, along with the message “Do Not Open Until August 19”, which will also be the day the park hosts the CoasterFest event.
    The markings on the box are a little odd however, and there appear to be more on the sides that we can not see in the photo. What we can see is a strange emblem claiming a May 5, 2019 arrival from the USA, and another one claiming it departed from Tokyo, Japan on December 1st, 2022.
    I don’t emblems are legit hints, or just chosen at random, as I can’t make any sense of them.

    (7/1/2023) Six Flags over Georgia fans will notice some new construction taking place in the park. While the Splashwater Falls (aka: big splash boat ride) was removed from Six Flags over Georgia in 2018, the concrete splash-down pool and flume has remained in place for the past five years. While this was likely due to the costs involved the removal of the concrete, the arrival of the pandemic and the fact that some of the supports for the Dahlonega Mine Train are also embedded into this same concrete structure only served to complicate matters.
    Posts to social media last week however show that demolition work to break up and remove this large blue concrete eyesore has now begun. Rumor has it that the park will have an announcement to make in the near future about a possible new-for-2024 project, and this could very well be the future location. The site is also interesting as it connects to the parks current Metropolis themed superhero area (home to the Superman coaster and Justice League dark ride) on the one side, and then connects to the kiddie-themed DC hero area on the other side of the footprint next to the Joker Funhouse Coaster.
    Based on much older rumors that suggested that SFOG may have been planning to add a single-rail RMC roller coaster to the park, it is worth remember that the chain’s original version, Wonder Woman Golden Lasso Coaster at Six Flags Fiesta Texas was designed to replace exactly this same style ride and fit into that sized footprint. Plus the Woman Woman theme has been working well at Six Flags’s Fiesta Texas and Magic Mountain theme parks for this style ride to date. With that in mind, it is quite possible we could be looking at another such project in the works.


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Track Record

Six Flags over Georgia
Atlanta, GA
Six Flags Theme Parks

Abbreviation: SFOG


Newest Developments:
2021 - The Riddler Mindbender

2020 - Catwoman Whip & Poison Ivy Toxic Twister

2019 - Pandemonium & ScreamPunk District

2018 - Twisted Cyclone

2017 - Justice League

2016 - DC Superfriends, Bugs Bunny Boomtown, Ninja turned into Blue Hawk

2015 - Joker Chaos Coaster, Harley Quinn SpinSanity

2014 - Hurricane Harbor

2013 - Sky Screamer

2011 - Dare Devil Dive Coaster

2009 - Monster Mansion




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