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Six Flags St. Louis
4900 Six Flags Road, Eureka, MO 63025
636-938-5300
http://www.sixflags.com/stLouis/index.aspx
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Roller Coaster Photos
American Thunder
Batman: The Ride
Boomerang
The Boss
Jet Scream
(Closed)
Mr. Freeze
Ninja
Pandemonium
Rail Blazer
(Closed)
River King Mine Train
Screamin' Eagle

Other Ride Photos
Colossus
Fireball
Grand Ole Carousel
Highland Fling
The Joker Inc
Justice League Battle for Metropolis
Log Flume
Moon Antique Cars
Riverview Racer
Rush Street Flyer
(Closed)
Scooby Doo! Ghost Blasters
(Closed)
Shazam!
Sky Screamer
Spinsanity (new for 2017 need photos)
(Closed)
Superman: Tower of Power
Thunder River
Tidal Wave
Tommy G. Robertson Railroad
Tsunami Soaker
Water Street Cab Company
Xcalibur

Theme Park Review Photo Updates
Theme Park Review's 2010 Mid-America Trip
Photos from Stark Raven Mad Trip 2002

TPR Member Photo Trip Reports
May 11th, 2014, by The Great Zo
October 20th, 2013 by mattnz
August, 2010 by cfc
August, 2010 by Hhappy
July 18th, 2008 by SeaWhippet
July 14th, 2007 by St.LouisBOI
June 22nd 2007 by Cameron
May 8th 2007 by Scaparri
October 29th 2006 by VegasCoaster
Mid America 1991 by Olsor

Attractions
It's probably best to get Mr. Freeze (the park's shuttle coaster) done first, followed by nearby American Thunder and Justice League: Battle for Metropolis. Batman:The Ride should be next, as it tends to draw a good-sized crowd, followed by Big Spin (a spinning coaster with relatively low capacity), the obligatory Mine Train (which is a good one), and the park's two woodies, Screamin' Eagle and The Boss. (It's a bit of a hike uphill to these two, and their entrances can be tricky to find.)

The park's rapids ride is standard issue, but flat-ride fans shouldn't miss Xcalibur (a unique ride that often suffers from technical problems). The Superman: Tower of Power drop ride is fun, too.
Food
There are no stand-out food offerings at SFStL, but you will find Mooseburger Lodge, Johnny Rocket's Express and Panda Express at the park. SFStL is one of the few northern US parks that sells fresh roasted corn on the cob.
Operating Season
SFSL starts opening on weekends in late April and begins daily operations in late May--but be sure to check the park's online calendar for "Schools Only" days. The park cuts back to weekends only from mid-August through October. The Hurricane Harbor water park's season runs from Memorial Day Weekend (late May) through Labor Day (early September). Both parks open at 10:30 am. The theme park stays open until 9:00 pm (later on some days), while the water park closes at 7:00 pm.
Established Seasonal events
Concerts are offered during the summer months. The park has regular Christian music events, as well--Joyfest, Christian Family Day, and Praise-a-Palooza--in the summer. FrightFest occurs Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October. Holiday in the Park occurs on weekends in December.
Access & Location
SFStL is located about 30 miles southwest of downtown St. Louis at 4900 Six Flags Road, Eureka, MO 63025. The park is served by I-44 (exit 261).
Nearby Lodging
The Holiday Inn Six Flags is located within walking distance of the park, and it offers shuttle service. Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Family Fun Resort, a quarter mile from the park, offers campsites and cottages. Other chains, ranging from Motel 6 to Quality Inn, can be found in nearby towns.
Virtual Queue Options
The park offers three levels of Flash Pass (the Qbot system) for their major coasters and water rides: Regular, Gold, and Platinum (which allows you to wait once and ride twice). Flash Passes are available while they last.
Shows
You can greet your favorite DC Super Heroes and other characters (such as Looney Tunes and Scooby Doo) at the Palace Gardens near the St. Louis Train Station. There are other character meet-and-greet stages located throughout the park.
Videos
Boomerang Roller Coaster POV

Nostalgia
Shane's Amusement Attic - 1977 Park Brochure (Mid-America)
Shane's Amusement Attic - 1978 Park Brochure (Mid-America)
Shane's Amusement Attic - 1979 Park Brochure
Shane's Amusement Attic - 1980 Park Brochure (Mid-America)
Mark's Postcard Paradise - Jet Scream (SF over Mid-America)
Mark's Postcard Paradise - Screamin' Eagle (SF over Mid-America)
Mark's Postcard Paradise - Rail Blazer (SF over Mid-America)
Mark's Postcard Paradise - River King Mine Train (SF over Mid-America)

Park Maps
2012 Park Map
2010 Park Map
2008 Park Map
2005 Park Map

Discussion
Six Flags St. Louis Discussion Thread

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