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1988 Six Flags Magic Mountain Map & Guide

By on 08/08/2013

1988 Six Flags Magic Mountain Map Cover

This is the 1988 Six Flags Magic Mountain map:

1988 Six Flags Magic Mountain Map


The following is a list of all the rides, attractions, retail, and food stands that were open for the 1988 season at Six Flags Magic Mountain:


People Movers:

Performance Areas:

  • After Hours Dance Club
  • Aqua Theatre
  • Contempo Pavilion
  • Green Willow Theatre
  • Magic Moments Theatre
  • Mystic Lake
  • TDK Showcase Theatre
  • Valencia Falls Pavilion


  • Bonzai Terrace
  • Buford’s Wagon
  • Carnation Corner
  • Colossus Cookery
  • Food, Etc.
  • Four Winds Restaurant
  • Fudge and Candy Kitchen
  • Granny Spillikin’s Table
  • Guido’s
  • Katy’s Kettle
  • La Cantina
  • Spillikin Hot Dogs
  • Super Pretzel
  • Suzette’s Bakery
  • Sweet Spoon
  • Timbermill Restaurant
  • Time Out
  • Valencia Terrace Chicken Plantation
  • Wascal’s
  • The Waterfront


  • Emporium
  • Everyone’s Favorite Character
  • Glass Crafts
  • Hat Rack
  • Holiday Bazaar
  • I <heart> Bears
  • Just Collectibles
  • Ninja Ride Shop
  • The Print Shop
  • Rabbit Hutch
  • Sign Designs
  • The Wick Dip


  • Arcade – Contempo Pavilion
  • Birthday House
  • Center Ring Games
  • Mining Town Games & Arcade
  • Palace Arcade
  • Sky Tower


  • Back Street
  • Bugs Bunny World
  • Foghorn Leghorn Animal Farm
  • Main Plaza
  • Samurai Summit
  • Spillikin Handcrafters Junction
  • Valencia Falls Plaza



  1. Kyle M.

    08/08/2013 at 11:34 pm

    Wow, Ninja’s layout sure has changed a lot!

    • Eric

      08/09/2013 at 12:17 am

      According to this map, Revolution didn’t have a loop, either. 😉

    • Looper

      08/09/2013 at 7:14 am

      To funny.

  2. Arkhamar

    08/09/2013 at 9:44 am

    Wow, that’s horrible (Ninja mostly), haha! I’m looking at a copy of the the 2013 map I brought home right now…wow, what a difference 25 years makes- the number of coasters and the quality of the map! (except they made Batman: TR look like one of the largest rides there, lol!)

  3. miklo de la noche

    08/09/2013 at 11:07 am

    wow… i remember this magic mountain. showtime days….

  4. Angel

    08/09/2013 at 2:05 pm

    Its always interesting looking at the old park maps, regardless of the year. Was Z-Force in the current spot of Batman TR?
    I also wonder if theres any pictures out there of Samurai Summit before Superman, and all of the other plazas before the giant roller coasters took over. It’d be a really cool thing to see.

    • The Coaster Guy

      08/09/2013 at 2:49 pm

      Yes, Z-force sat where the entrance to Batman is today. As for old photos, do a search on this site for “opening day photos.”

  5. jorge

    08/09/2013 at 10:01 pm

    Six Flags is going to be announcing its new 2014 attractions on August 29, 2013 Just wanted to let you know 🙂


      08/12/2013 at 7:59 am

      Attractions? So there’s going to be more than one?

      • Arkhamar

        08/13/2013 at 10:24 am

        Attractions, as in throughout the Six Flags chain of parks. Not specifically just SF Magic Mountain.

        • The Coaster Guy

          08/13/2013 at 10:32 pm

          And, there’s no guarantee that SFMM is getting anything, although that would be a stretch. I suspect that they’ll at least get a new flat ride, but probably not a new coaster.

  6. Casey

    08/14/2013 at 10:31 am

    Gold Rusher isn’t even on the map! LOL!

  7. JJJJ

    08/20/2013 at 12:52 pm

    What a terrible map!

    But freefall…nooooooooo

  8. Candice Hargrove

    10/05/2013 at 9:35 am

    I remember Freefall! I’m sad they got rid of it. 🙁

  9. Rosie

    08/07/2017 at 8:37 pm

    I remember the Reactor and Z-Force. The former was an insane sensory overload.

  10. Robert

    01/08/2018 at 3:48 pm

    Dorney Park near me has one of the last first gen freefall rides operating. Demon Drop relocated from Cedar Point. Six Flags Great Adventure in NJ got rid of their freefall a while back. Since Cedar Fair went through all the trouble of disassembling it at Cedar Point and rebuilding it at Dorney Park I don’t see it going away any time soon. I didn’t get why they did that. It caused the loss of the older bumper car ride since it was in the way of Demon Drop’s planned location. But, the park built new bumper cars last year at the former site of a Top Spin which was removed.

  11. Robert

    01/08/2018 at 3:54 pm

    SFMM had no train rides in 1988? When was the upper train ride removed? The lower train, Old 99 made its final run in 1980 and was stored. A former employee Mike saved the train and a bunch of other stuff from the park that would have wound up in the landfill. He just sold the train though, it supposedly went east. He restored some of it except two coaches.

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