Six Flags Over Georgia is the second of the original three parks built by Six Flags. The park opened in 1967 after the success of Six Flags Over Texas. Six Flags founder Angus G. Wynne began searching for a location of a second park, and settled upon a parcel of land located along the Chattahoochee River just west of the city of Atlanta, and design work started in 1964. As the park opened in 1967, Six Flags became the first 'multi-gate' theme park operator in the United States.
Areas and attractions
- Main article: Promenade
This area is the main hub of Six Flags Over Georgia.
- Main article: Coastal Section
- Main article: Peachtree Square
The Peachtree Square section of the park, originally known as the Confederate section, is one of the original areas of the park from when it opened in 1967.
- Main article: Piedmont
The Piedmont section of the park is themed after Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia.
DC Super Friends
- Main article: DC Super Friends (Six Flags Over Georgia)
DC Super Friends is a children's area based on the Super Friends series from DC Comics.
- Main article: Carousel Hill
Carousel Hill is a family area located near the center of the park.
- Main article: Metropolis Park
Metropolis Park is themed after a section of the city of Metropolis from DC Comics.
- Main article: Lickskillet
Lickskillet is themed after an old Georgian town. It opened in 1968, as the first themed area outside of the main six.
- Gold Town Racer Go-Karts
- SplashWater Falls
- Thunder River
- Blue Hawk
- Great American Scream Machine
- Lickskillet Ice Cream
- Lickskillet Snacks
- Hickory Chip
- Miner's Cookhouse
- Primo's Pizzeria
- Sky Coaster Snacks
- Main article: U.S.A. (Six Flags Over Georgia)
- Main article: Georgia
The Georgia section, as its name suggests, is based on the state of Georgia. It opened in 1967, as one of the six original areas of the park.