Summer is here and it's time to ride the roller coasters with your hands in the air proving you're not scared to ride! Roller coasters are the central attraction to any good theme park and there's not a shortage of them all within a days' drive of East Texas!
One of my favorite things to do in the entire world is to ride roller coasters! Thankfully I live close enough to Six Flags Over Texas that I can get my fill of thrills just about any time I want and there's a new one opening this spring too!
Your final chance to ride two iconic rides at Six Flags Over Texas will be Labor Day. The park will be closing the Texas Chute Out along with Flashback after decades of service to make way for a yet to be announced new attraction for the park.
When Six Flags Fiesta Texas opened their gates in 1992, the park had one roller coaster, The Rattler. After millions of riders throughout its 20 year history, The Rattler will give thrill seekers their last ride on its nearly mile long track on August 5th.