After all the reviews, I took my teenage grandkids, but was organized ahead of time. I bought the tickets online for a weekday visit, and bought the parking pass then also, so as not to wait in any line upon arriving at the 10:30 a.m. opening time. I had bought a soft-sided cooler which was in my trunk full of soda and ice, and I stopped at the Subway shop just before entering Six Flags (around 10:00 a.m.), and bought the kids subs, and myself a salad, which went in the cooler for our lunches at 1:00 p.m. in the parking lot. There were about six rides that some travelers on here had mentioned had had the longest lines unless you go early, so I had those listed for my grandkids. (I don't do those rides, but I did do the teacup). It worked like a charm. We breezed right in. The park was in great shape. We had our bathing suits under our clothes. The kids and I went right to the rides they wanted to go on, and I followed along so they could get on around six or seven rides, maybe eight of the large coaster rides. They were thrilled, and had a great time! We had lunch, then headed to the water park section for a relaxing afternoon, and some additional rides there until they were ready to leave. I think we had a very enjoyable experience at the park, but I do believe that the pre-planning contributed to our fun and definitely helped cut down on expenses ~
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