Six Flags Fiesta Texas is a theme park located on approximately 200 acres of land in San Antonio, Texas, USA. It is owned by Six Flags.
Park Closed: The Thrills Begin Again February 28th!
Deep in the heart of Texas is a place that was literally made from nothing. It’s not just a place to visit while in San Antonio, but the reason why you went to San Antonio. Time is sometimes all you need to truly make something wonderful.
Fiesta Texas opened to the public on March 12,1992 on land formerly used as a rock quarry. The joint venture of Gaylord Entertainment Company, and USAA Real Estate Company were the ones to bring this park alive. The original idea for the park was to focus on the southern Texas culture and music instead of rides.
The king of all amusement parks are the roller coasters, and Six flags Fiesta Texas is no exception. They provide an assortment of rides for all types of people. From the high speed thrill junkie, to the air time lover, and rides for the little ones, Fiesta Texas has you covered. The Rattler originally opened with the park, and was a great wooden beast. With time it has become a steel monster with the name of Iron Rattler. A floor-less coaster is a a great way to feel that you are literally riding the rails. You will fly like a bird or plane as you ride Superman: Krypton Coaster. If getting blasted in a bowl of confusion is your type of thing, you’ll have your hearts delight while being haunted by The Poltergeist. Conquer Goliath, a B&M invert, then try and see if you can keep your head on straight after experiencing Boomerang: Coast to Coaster. You may not be feeling it yet, but I’m sure you will after a spin on Pandemonium. Something for everyone.
Cool off from the Texas heat with White Water Bay. With its slides and lazy river, you can spend most of your day here. Don’t forget the thrilling flat rides that make you cry for more, The Twister, and Sky Screamer. You can gather your brave group together and head to Scooby-Doo’s Haunted Mansion and tackle those monsters.
From opening weekend, to Fright Fest and Holiday in the Park, this venue is truly a year round experience. You may not remember the Alamo, but after a day at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, you’ll hold on to those memories for a lifetime.