Six Flags St. Louis
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NEW! It's Big. It's Bright. It's Bold. It's Boomerang!
Standing at 125 feet all, this gravity-defying, nerve-wracking, stomach-crunching steel roller coaster will rocket you through a combination of thrill sensations unlike any other coaster experience at the park.
Six Flags St. Louis offers a huge variety of rides ensuring there is plenty to satisfy every type of ride-goer. There are rides for very small children, kids, families, and full grown thrill-seekers. A total of 33 rides are lcated in the theme park plus eight water rides in Hurricane Harbor Water Park and four special attractions including Dragon's Wing, Sling Shot, Turbo Bungy and the Speed-O-Drome Thrill Carts.
Six Flags St. Louis is currently home to more roller coasters than any other theme park in Missouri! Boomerang will become the park's ninth coaster bringing a completely new intense and ferocious experience to roller afficionados.
Hurricane Harbor Water Park
Six Flags St. Louis is known for its fantastic rides, but that's just the beginning. Daily tickets and season passes also include entry to Hurricane Harbor Water Park, one of the coolest attractions in the Midwest!
There are nine different types of water slides and attractions at Hurrican Harbor, including one of the largest wave pools in the United States, multi-passenger rafting adventures, speed slides, and themed attractions for our younger riders.
Gulley Washer Creek
Kick back and enjoy a relaxing 1,100-foot lazy river with waterfalls, geysers, lush tropical landscaping, and more.
Splash into an interactive water-play area for the entire family. Enjoy a pirate ship, five-story tree house, slides, gadgets, sprays, funnels, and more.
Surf's up! Ride the four-foot rolling wave in our rental tubes or just swim in this 30,000 square-foot pool while enjoying the view of an 80-foot-tall steaming volcano.
Pirate Ship Slides
Ahoy matey! The youngest pirates can splash and play on these slides in Hook's Lagoon. 48" max.
Have a need for speed? Zoom down three six-story, high-speed body slides, two enclosed, twisting body slides, and one 64-foot free-fall slide.
Dive into the ultimate storm in a cloverleaf-shaped tube that swishes and swirls down a 132-foot funnel-shaped tube before plunging into a giant waterfall.
Tree House Slides
Kids can slip down these slides in Hook's Lagoon.
Slip and slide down four 400-foot slides with spirals and corkscrews. You'll love twisting, turning, spiraling, and tunneling through this five-story structure.
Rides aren't the only thing offered at Six Flags St. Louis, either. From concerts and musical acts to fireworks, festivals, and a truly one-of-a-kind parade, your family can count on top-notch entertainment during your visit.
Shopping & Dining
Six Flags St. Louis offers a wide variety of shopping so be sure to save plenty of time to browse while you're there. And, dining options to suite a variety of tastes -- there are 23 locations throughout the park to grab a snack, sit down for a meal, or enjoy a tasty treat. From funnel cakes and fried chicken to fresh salads, Asian noodles, and ice cream, Six Flags has it all!
FAQ from Six Flags St. Louis:
What is your loose article policy?
Loose articles are not permitted on most rides and should be left with non-riders or secured in lockers. Six Flags and its employees are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Loose articles of any kind (including but not limited to purses, backpacks, and beverage containers) may not be taken past the queue entrance and cannot be left on the load/unload platform of the following rides: Tony Hawk's Big Spin; BATMAN The Ride; Evel Knievel; The Boss. Cell phones, pagers, or other small items must be secured in cargo pockets, zippered jacket pockets, or waist packs. All loose articles which cannot be secured must be left in a locker or with a non-rider prior to entering the queue line.
What is considered exceptional size where rides are concerned?
Safety is our number one priority. Guests with certain body proportions, height and/or weight may not be able to participate on certain rides if the safety restraints will not operate as designed. Specific ride information is available at the ride and at Guest Relations.
Are there restrictions for guests with casts?
Guests with casts below the elbow or knee are permitted to ride as long as they do not get in the way of the ride's safety devices.
Are there restrictions for guests with prosthetic devices?
There are restrictions on certain rides, depending on the prosthetic device. Please visit Guest Relations to pick up our ADA Guide.
Some rides require that a child be accompanied by an adult or responsible person. How are these defined?
Please refer to specific guidelines posted at the entrance of every ride.
Who designs Six Flags St. Louis's rides?
Six Flags St. Louis rides are designed and built by a variety of sources. Along with Six Flags engineers, we work with industry experts and worldwide leading manufacturers to build thrilling rides for your family's enjoyment.
What are the height requirements for the roller coasters?
The height requirements vary for each roller coaster. The requirements are listed here, in the Park Map & Guide you receive at the park, as well as at each ride and are subject to change at any time for your safety.
What ride restrictions are there?
Typical safety restrictions include height requirements, health and safety advisories, and accessibility guidelines. These restrictions are listed on signs posted at each ride.