This amusement park is open for many special events throughout the year as well as the summer peak season. They have a special holiday event that includes Frosty the Snowman and Santa Claus. They have carolers, food and thousands of twinkling lights as well as a sledding hill. This is one of the few Six Flags parks that stays open in the colder months.
They have park passes that can be purchased for $49.99 online and this purchase entitles the holder to use it at any of the Six Flags parks throughout the country. The season passes are $59.99 and includes a ticket for a friend, automatic enrollment in Funatics Rewards, unlimited visits to all of the Six Flags parks and a value book with three hundred dollars in park savings. There is a Guest Relations booth at the main entrance that can answer any questions. Visitors to the park can rent baby strollers and get money from the STM machine.
Besides the rides at Six Flags there are live performances featuring concerts, a parade, characters and much more. Information on events and concerts can be found online or at the park.
Food at Six Flags is as varied as the rides it includes: hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken, Papa John's pizza, salads, funnel cakes, ice cream, and soft drinks from Coca Cola. Brand name establishments like Cold Stone Creamery, Johnny Rockets and Panda Express are also within the parks boundaries. Some of the other restaurants at the park are All American Caf‚, Annabelle's Southern Treats, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, Bubba's Texas Giant Hot Dogs, Cartoon Candy Kitchen, Dry Hole Charlie's, Dusty Dan's Snack, Gator McGee's Mountain Grill, Goldminer's Diner, Lone Star Twister Pretzel, Newman's Corn Dogs, Pink Things, Red River Fries & Hot Dogs, Rose's Cantina and Uncle Bub's Smokehouse.
Small children can have just as much fun as the older ones in Looney Tunes USA. There are more than twelve rides with Bugs, Tweety, Daffy and more Looney characters. They will be able to climb, explore and ride as well as visit with their favorite Looney Tunes character. Kids can take a ride on Yosemite Sam's Texas Tea Cups, Sylvester & Tweety's State Fair-is-Wheel, Taz's New York Adventure, Looney Tunes Bumper Cars, Bug's Bunny's Spirit of St. Louie, Speedy Gonzales's Truckin' Across America and Elmer Fudd's America the Beautiful Railway.
Rides for adults and older children range from water rides to thrill rides. Aquaman Splashdown, Batman the Ride, Mr. Freeze, Acme Rock-N-Rocket, Batwing, Boomtown Depot, Boot Scootin', Caddo Lake Barge, Chaparral Antique Cars, Cloud Bouncer, Conquistador, Crazy Legs, Dive Bomber Alley, Flashback, Fly Me to the Moon, Gotham City Sprayground, Judge Roy Scream, La Fiesta de las Tazas, La Vibora, Mini Mine Train, Oil Derrick, Roaring Rapids, Rodeo, Runaway Mountain, Shock Wave, Sidewinder, Silver Star Carousel, Six Flags Speedway Go Karts, Texas Chute Out, Texas Depot, Texas Giant, The Gunslinger, Titan, Tony Hawk's Big Spin, Wile E. Coyote's Grand Canyon Blaster, and Yosemite Sam's Gold River Adventure round out the ride choices.
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