If you’re like me, you periodically look at a map to figure out which new theme park you want to visit next. As I was doing this recently, it occurred to me that there were a few areas of the United States that really don’t have a theme park very close to them. The green pins on the following map show most of the existing theme and amusement parks that have at least a couple roller coasters, while the red balloons show areas that might be able to support a park. I put the map together quickly, and mostly from memory, so I know I missed a few parks:
These are photos of the Grand Carousel, located at Six Flags Magic Mountain. You can see a full profile of the ride here. Continue reading
If you’re a season pass holder at Six Flags Magic Mountain, you can enjoy some exclusive ride time, or ERT, on X2 before the park opens this coming Sunday, May 5th. Starting at 10:00 AM, a full half hour before the main gate will open to the public, just flash your season pass at the special ERT entry and make your way to X2. Continue reading
I stopped by Six Flags Magic Mountain today for a Full Throttle update and a quick walk around the park. There really isn’t anything new to report since last week, so I’m not going to do a dedicated construction update. However, here are a few pics of what I did see. Continue reading
I’d like to welcome SantaClarita.com as a brand new advertiser to this site. If you live in Santa Clarita, the Santa Clarita Valley, or would just like to learn more about the city that Six Flags Magic Mountain calls home, then you should visit SantaClarita.com. It’s a community web site with history, photos, job listings, classifieds, and much more for the City of Santa Clarita.
If you’re a regular reader of this site, then you are used to seeing Six Flags Magic Mountain photos. Lots and lots of photos! Most of them tell a story or document changes. However, I thought I’d have a little fun and mix it up a bit. The following photos of the park are all black and white with a filter applied to allow one primary color to still show through. Continue reading
On May 27, 1999, the children’s play area of Six Flags Magic Mountain known as Bugs Bunny World reopened after an extensive remodel. Several new kid’s rides were added, including a small roller coaster. However, the centerpiece of the area is the Looney Tunes Lodge. Continue reading