Six Flags America

What’s the upside to hanging upside down? Millions of people visit the park yearly and if they’re anything like us, we know it’s the best place to feel like a kid again! Prince George’s County joins only a few select American counties to feature a Six Flags America theme park and we're the largest amusement park in the state of Maryland.

Residents and visitors comprise the throngs of thrill-seekers clamoring to get a seat on some of the scariest, most intense rides on the East Coast. We’re talking skyscraper, superhero heights with nail-biting, hairpin twists and turns. Seven world-class roller coasters such as Superman: Ride of Steel, one of the tallest coasters on the East Coast; Batwing, Maryland’s first flying coaster; and the classic wooden Wild One are for the adventurous.

Families with little children and adults who prefer less extreme rides also have an array of choices that are super fun. Elmer's Around the World in 80 Seconds is a magical balloon ride and Foghorn Leghorn's Tinseltown Train takes kids on a whimsical tour of Hollywood.

The adrenaline rush continues at Hurricane Harbor waterpark, a bonus extension within Six Flags for visitors seeking to beat the heat by making a splash. Towering waterslides, a 65,000-gallon pool, the six-story funnel of fun Tornado, tubing, beaching, and a manmade river are all part of the hype!

Six Flags America features more than 100 exciting rides, games, shows, and attractions plus a festive Mardi Gras section that celebrates culture and entertainment. The park is open from April through October and limited holiday schedules.

Round out your visit to Six Flags America with this helpful list of hotels, restaurants, and things to do in the area. 

Hotels Near Six Flags America

Our hotel options run the gamut from modest inns to grand, five-star resorts. Relax after a long day at the park with a luxurious waterfront property or experience the charm of Prince George’s County with a boutique-style retreat perfect for friends or family. Find the perfect lodging for your whole party here. 

Restaurants Near Six Flags America

Whether you’re gearing up for a fun-filled day of rides or needing some post-adventure fuel, Prince George’s County offers up some of Maryland’s best when it comes to dining. From upscale bistros to down-home dining halls, the kaleidoscope of cuisines will surprise you! Plan ahead with this selection of incredible dining options. 

Things to do near Six Flags America

Experience, Expand, Explore! Just minutes from downtown DC, Prince George’s County provides easy access to all the extraordinary amenities of the region. Home to so many incredible attractions, be sure to make time for a visit to MGM National Harbor Resort Casino, Commanders Field, the University of Maryland, the National Wildlife Visitor Center, the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, and the incomparable waterfront destination, National Harbor – located on the Potomac River! For more things to do, head on over to our list of museums, recreation, shopping, and other hidden gems to round out your trip! 

Visit www.sixflags.com for more information and hours of operation. 

Six Flags America & The Hurricane Harbor Waterpark
13710 Central Avenue
Bowie, MD 20720
301.249.1500
www.sixflags.com/america

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