Six Flags Fiesta Texas amusement park features six themed areas packed with rides, a water park, live entertainment, and restaurants to keep you fueled throughout your visit. Thrill-seekers should beeline for the fast-paced rollercoasters, such as Boomerang and Iron Rattler, which combines a classic wooden structure with a steel track and rails. If you need a break from the wild rides, relax on the merry-go-round or enjoy a view of the park on the ferris wheel. Cool off from the hot Texan sun at the Lone Star Lagoon, a massive wave pool shaped like the state of Texas. The park’s daily shows have received several awards, so make sure you catch one. Remember to bring your bathing suit and sunscreen. Put Six Flags Fiesta Texas on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our San Antonio trip itinerary planning website.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas Reviews
This was my first time at this location since I was about 10-12 years old and it was my first time alone. I'm so glad I went, I had a lot of fun. It wasnt crowded (covid-19) I felt safe while I was... more »
I was a little worried about visiting Six Flags Fiesta Texas in late June as COVID cases were increasing across Texas, but was prepared to give it a shot and see how Six Flags was going to manage the.... more »
Best Six Flags in Texas by Far! The new Joker ride is fantastic and worth every second in line,the full submersion in the line. Super-man & Batman are a must! Fair prices for entrance, make sure to get the $20 OFF coupon from ANY hotel in the area. (We ended up getting in for free because of an amazing family getting us in, and all we did was ask where we can buy tickets!-PEOPLE ARE AMAZING SOMETIMES!) The park is filled with great vibes. I being on the larger size had no issues getting on any rides, you know what they say, EVERYTHING IS BIGGER IN TEXAS.
Amazing park! We had so much fun! I do recommend you planning your trip and adding the fast pass to your tickets. You'll have a lot more fun and it'll be way more worth it. It may seem unnecessary but seriously, lines can be such a waste of time. It's better to focus on the fun and pay a little extra. At least for us, it's something we don't get to do very often and getting the fast pass was a great decision. Anyways, some of the restaurants can also be disorganized and messy but it'll be fine. I hope they organize and plan the eating areas better, for the price we payed for food, we were expecting more. They do have a few different options so that's good.
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