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Six Flags Over Georgia Reviews and Guide
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Six Flags Over Georgia is located close to Atlanta, and features a line-up that (typically for a Six Flags park) is heavy on intense roller coasters. Among the 290-acre park's biggest draws are Superman: Ultimate Flight (a B&M flying coaster), Goliath (another B&M creation, this time a hypercoaster) and Dare Devil Dive (a Gerstlauer Euro-Fighter coaster). The majority of the park's tamer, family-friendly rides are packed into the Bugs Bunny World area.
History: The second park to open in the Six Flags chain, Six Flags Over Georgia made its public debut in 1967. It was modelled closely on the first park, Six Flags Over Texas, borrowing the central concept of celebrating the different flags that have flown over Georgia during its history. It also adopted the same ownership model, and is actually owned by a 100-plus-strong group of limited partners, and operated on their behalf by Six Flags. As with other Six Flags parks, it has reduced the emphasis on its original theme over the years in favor of steel roller coasters and off-the-shelf midway rides. Most recently, the Thomas the Tank Engine-themed Thomas Town was dropped in favor of the generic Whistlestop Park, a change that was mirrored at several other parks in the chain.
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