Six Flags over Georgia is reportedly struggling since the recent start to its season, with several rides said to be out of action.
Screamscape reports that popular attractions such as rollercoasters Superman: Ultimate Flight and Ninja have been closed for long stretches, with other rides failing intermittently. According to the site's source, none of the park's water rides are running.
The park planned to open for the season at the beginning of March - its earliest ever opening date. However, bad weather meant that it stayed shut for the first weekend of the month.
Ride closures are not uncommon early on in theme park's seasons and problems are often ironed out during the opening few weeks. TPT will try to keep readers up-to-date on the situation at Six Flags over Georgia.
Have you been to Six Flags over Georgia since it opened for the season? Did you experience any issues with ride closures, or are things getting back to normal? Let us know in the comments section.