Six Flags Over Georgia Holiday In The Park 2016 Review

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Photo: Six Flags Over Georgia

Tis’ the season. This year, Six Flags Over Georgia has put on their Holiday In The Park to major fanfare. With this year’s major renovation and addition of DC Super Friends and Bugs Bunny Boomtown, those sections are open. Thanks for Paul, Kenny, Joey and Ben for cover Six Flags Over Georgia’s media event Monday night and for sending us these great photos. Also, some photos are from Gene at Six Flags Over Georgia- thanks to him for going around and giving us some extra photos.

fb_img_1479919440267 fb_img_1479919420979You’re greeted by Goliath and Georgia Scorcher as you enter Six Flags Over Georgia. Be aware that photos are in both daylight and night time to really show how awesome this event is.


Let’s enter Six Flags!


You enter the park through A Main Street Christmas. It’s a great, beautiful, bright area to set the tone for a magical night at Six Flags Over Georgia.


The newly renovated DC Super Friends and Bugs Bunny Boomtown areas are open for Holiday In The Park this year, and the young kids are loving the new rides. These area are truly great for the kids. Also, we really love how Oak Island Creative put one simple light to illuminate this tree. What a great job!


Here’s another look of A Main Street Christmas, this time with Goliath in the foreground.


Here’s a look at Retro Christmas USA with some trees with lights in it.


Also, here’s Dare Devil Dive, also part of Retro Christmas USA, with 130 ft high cable wires making a Christmas tree. Also, it is currently running with no VR- so here’s your chance to experience Dare Devil Dive in all its glory!

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Photo Credit: Six Flags Over Georgia

Here’s a look at Glo Hill right by Dare Devil Dive.

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Here’s a look at some fun decorations the park put outside a restaurant.

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Here’s a look at a Georgia Christmas. It looks absolutely beautiful, and we love all the peach style decorations.



Because It’s A Christmas is a phenomenal Christmas show in The Crystal Pistol that all members of the family will enjoy.


Here’s a look at the Magic City USA tunnel, which looks beautiful.


Here’s a look at Holiday City, which is Gotham City during regular park hours. The opening of these rides really help park capacity out.


Here’s a look at Batman and Mindbender… such great rides!


Here’s a look at Rejoice as well.


Here’s a look at Mistletoe Mansion.

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Photo Credit: Six Flags Over Georgia

Here’s a look at the park’s Carousel currently decorated as Candelight Carousel.


Here’s a look at North Pole. The super bright lights create a great atmosphere.

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Photo Credit: Six Flags Over Georgia

Here’s a look at the Santa Claus Cabin’s entrance area.

Photo Credit: Six Flags Over Georgia

Photo Credit: Six Flags Over Georgia

Kids can write letters to Santa and personally visit Santa.


Here’s a beautiful shot of Goliath and Georgia Scorcher during night. The park certainly looks beautiful at night.

Thanks to Paul, Joey, Ben and Kenny for covering the event for us. Thanks to Gene at Six Flags Over Georgia for providing us some extra photos to make this report even better. A huge thanks goes towards Gene, Courtnea and the rest of the crew who are behind the scenes at Six Flags Over Georgia constantly making their next media event the best one ever and for ensuring daily operations are the best.

Shout out to Oak Island Creative for their awesome plans behind making all of Six Flags’s Holiday In The Park events as amazing as they are

Make sure you check out Holiday In The Park at Six Flags Over Georgia now through January 4th, 2017.

Stay tuned to more trip reports from other park’s holiday events soon!

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