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2012 Attractions At Six Flags Magic Mountain

By on 04/27/2012

Six Flags Magic Mountain 2012 Park Map Cover

The following is a list of all the rides, attractions, retail, and food stands that were open for the 2012 season at Six Flags Magic Mountain:

Rides/Attractions:

People Movers:

Performance Areas:

  • Carrot Club Theatre
  • Carousel Bandstand (The Gazebo)
  • Golden Bear Theatre
  • Magic Moments Theatre
  • Warner Bros. Kids’ Club

Food:

  • Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream
  • Cold Stone Creamery
  • Cyber Cafe
  • Food Etc.
  • Fresh Cut Fries
  • Goliath Goodies
  • Grand Oak Picnic Pavilion (East & West)
  • JB’s Smokehouse BBQ
  • Johnny Rockets
  • Katy’s Kettle
  • Kent Farm Roasted Corn
  • Los Cuates Mexican Grill
  • Mooseburger Lodge
  • Panda Express
  • Paradise Picnic Pavilion
  • Smallville Soft Frozen Lemonade
  • Snack ‘n Shack
  • Soda Shack
  • Soda Springs
  • Suzette’s Bakery
  • Teen Titans Tower Pizza
  • Totally Kickin’ Chicken (listed as Kickin’ Chicken on the map)
  • Wascal’s
  • Waterfront Commissary
  • What the Fried? (Listed as Dogs & Snacks on the map)

Retail:

  • Airbrush
  • Antique Photo Emporium
  • Caricature Artists
  • Cartoon Candy Kitchen
  • Coaster Candy Company
  • DC Universe Store
  • The Daily Planet Gift Shop (coming Summer 2012)
  • Epic Rides
  • Flags
  • Glass Crafts
  • Hero Haven
  • Looney Tunes Superstore
  • Mporium
  • Power Up
  • Sierra Treats
  • Six Flags Kids
  • Six Flags Photo
  • Studio 6F
  • Suit Your Hero
  • Surfer Girl
  • Wood Shop

Misc:

  • 3-Point Basketball Shoot
  • Center Ring Games
  • Cyclone Bay Arcade & Games
  • Mining Town Arcade
  • Mining Town Games
  • Paintball Gallery
  • Palace Games
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Sky Tower & Museum

Areas:

  • Baja Ridge
  • Bugs Bunny World
  • Colossus County Fair
  • Cyclone Bay
  • DC Universe
  • The Movie District
  • Pistachio Park
  • Samurai Summit
  • Valencia Falls
  • Whistlestop Park
  • Whitewater Lake

You can see the 2012 Park Map by clicking here.

3 Comments

  1. Ryan O

    04/28/2012 at 8:14 am

    Wow, that’s quite the line-up! Except for the transportation, that is. We really need some kind of monorail or train of some kind!

    • Eric

      04/28/2012 at 5:26 pm

      While I definitely agree, believe me, this is not going to happen anytime soon. As Jay Thomas and Neal Thurman have both told me, you can’t market transportation systems as new attractions. This is why Metro wasn’t refurbished or replaced. I see their point. Who’s going to come running out to Magic Mountain when they announce a new $10 million…get ready for it…MONORAIL?!

      It is too bad that the original park didn’t include a train ride circling the park like the Disney parks and a few others have done. Train rides are popular and do serve a purpose. Magic Mountain has actually had three different trains, though only one of them served as transportation. (The Grand Centennial Excursion Railway took riders on a 1.5-mile loop between what is now DC Comics Universe and Cyclone Bay from 1975 to 1985.)

      • JJJJ

        04/30/2012 at 1:01 am

        A train may not bring people the first time, but it keeps people coming back because theyre better able to enjoy the park. Its a big park, and walking back and forth can get tiring, especially with the hills.

        Its like free chips at a restaurant. Nobody says “lets go to the place with the free chips” but it makes your overall experience better.

        A return of the aerial tram would also both accomplish transport and actually be a draw.

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