You Better Read This if You Are Planning a Trip to Six Flags
If you and your family are planning on spending some time at Six Flags this summer you will need to make a reservation to do so.
Six Flags parks throughout the country, in a move to ensure social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, will be requiring that guests to the frequently-crowded parks go online and select both the date and time they want to arrive at the park. Guests will only be allowed in during the time period they selected.
Six Flags, according to their website, said they will open the available dates for the remainder of the season when the system goes online, but not all of them. Blocks of reservations will be released weekly and season pass holders and members will get priority access.
The system will go live on Six Flags’ website when they are ready to open some of their parks.