Six Flags St. Louis opened on March 25th for opening weekend. Visitors flooded through the box office to ride as many rides as possible. Even though the lines were long and busy, people still stood in lines at the Coaster Capital of Missouri to experience the set of g-forces each roller coaster has to offer.
There are wooden roller coasters like American Thunder, River King Mine Train, Screaming Eagle, and the Boss. There are steel roller coasters such as Reverse Blast: Mr. Freeze, the Ninja, Pandemonium, and the Boomerang. Other roller coasters in the park include the Batman and the Justice League: Battle of Metropolis and soon to be Fireball.
There are a ton of other rides to enjoy besides the roller coasters at the park. There are thrill rides such as Xcaliber, Highland Fling, and much more.
Every year, people are always looking forward to the fun.
According to Kate Weiser, junior, “Six Flags is really fun to go to with a group of friends. I look forward to Fright Fest the most at Six Flags. Fright Fest is a really cool experience when the time comes but super freaky at the same time! One time, I came to school the next day, and my voice was gone because of the haunted houses and jump scares!”
Kamryn Poe, “I love going to Six Flags. I always have so much fun whenever I go with my sisters!”
Even the workers at Six Flags have fun.
LeeAnna Linton talks about the park atmosphere and why she enjoys working there. “It's really fun! I've met a lot of really cool people at Six Flags St. Louis that are now some of my closest friends. I also love working at Six Flags because I get to work with Lexie! Six Flags has its days, of course, just like any job. I love it, though.”
Six Flags is a big place to visit whenever you’re in the St. Louis area. As soon as Hurricane Harbor is open, Six Flags will be ready for summer.