Waterparks and theme parks offer thrills and experiences that can’t be found anywhere else. Six Flags America provides many one-of-a-kind experiences student groups will love. Learn more about why a visit should be on your group’s radar.
Enjoy two parks for the price of one—a dry park and a waterpark—whenever student groups visit in the summer.
With no shortage of ways to cool down, Six Flags America offers groups several ways to experience a fun-filled day and get their thrills on more than 30 slides and attractions in the waterpark. Also a plus? Groups can take a dip in one of the largest wave pools in the country, holding nearly 1 million gallons of water—Hurricane Bay—inside of Hurricane Harbor.
For student groups in the mood to hang out on dry land, there are 10 scream-inducing roller coasters, along with hundreds of other thrill and casual rides in the dry park, including the only roller coaster in the Six Flags family with a 100-year history: Wild One. On a clear day, groups could even take in the sights of the iconic Washington Monument as they rise up 240 feet on the WONDER WOMAN Lasso of Truth extreme swing ride.
Hungry? No problem! Six Flags dining options have expanded to include Mexican, Italian and a Chesapeake cheesesteak students will never forget. Air-conditioned restaurants and show venues help groups beat the summer heat. Snack on a funnel cake (or two) before hitting the next ride. Did you know groups could also get a workout in without even realizing it? On average, visitors can walk anywhere from five to 10 miles in a single day.
New adventures await you! Book your group’s visit at Six Flags America.
Content and photo courtesy of Six Flags America.