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Six Flags Fiesta Texas
17000 W Interstate 10, San Antonio, TX 78257
(210) 697-5050
http://www.sixflags.com/fiestatexas/
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Roller Coaster Photos
Batman The Ride
Boomerang
Goliath
Iron Rattler
Joker's Revenge
(Closed)
Kiddee Coaster
Pandemonium
Poltergeist
Rattler
(Closed)
Roadrunner Express
Superman: Krypton Coaster
Wonder Woman Golden Lasso Coaster

Other Ride Photos
Bug's White Water Rapids
DC Super Villians Swing
Crow's Nest Ferris Wheel
Fender Benders
Fireball
Frisbee
(Closed)
Grand Carousel
Gully Washer
Hurricane Force 5
Hustler
The Joker: Carnival of Chaos
Motorama
(Closed)
Pirates of the Deep Sea
Power Surge
(Closed)
Scooby Doo GhostBlasters
(Closed)
Scream
Skyscreamer
Spinsanity
S.S. Overboard
(Closed)
Texas Railroad
Twister
(Closed)
Wagon Wheel
(Closed)
Wave Runner

Food
The park has Johnny Rocket's and Panda Express locations in the park. You can find most of the traditional theme-park-food offerings around the park, with many locations selling burgers and Mexican food. The Sangerfest Halle Food Court has the most variety in one place. Also there are two locations in the park that serve corn on the cob off the grill, with butter and seasoning available.
Operating Season
The park generally opens for the season in March with weekend operations. From Memorial Day to mid-August the park will have daily operations. Weekend operations conitune for a few more weekends, then the park shuts down for a couple of weeks to set-up for October weekends of FrightFest.
Established Seasonal events
FrightFest occurs during weekends in October.
Holiday in the Park runs from Thanksgiving to New Years (mainly on weekends) with limited rides and a family friendly focus on atmosphere, entertainment and treats.
Access & Location
Six Flags Fiesta Texas is located just 15 minutes from downtown San Antonio. You'll find us at I-10 West and Loop 1604. Take exit 555, La Cantera Parkway.

Bus service is available from downtown. You can board a VIA Metropolitan Transit bus to Six Flags Fiesta Texas from downtown on Route 94 during park operation. Individuals may also board on Route 94 from Crossroads Mall on weekends. Passengers are dropped off just to the left of the park's main entrance.
Call VIA Information at (210) 362-2020 for schedules.
Nearby Lodging
The park is in close proximity to some high-end resort hotels, so you may need to stay a few exits away along the highway. Some nearby options are listed on the park's website:
http://hotels.sixflags.com/2124_welcome.html.
Virtual Queue Options
The park offers two different levels of Flash Pass to alleviate wait times.
Shows
The park consistently ranks high in the Golden Tickets entertainment category with unique country, western, and Latino musical shows tailored to the local community. The park takes pride in these shows and their other rock and children's based musical acts.
Videos
Iron Rattler Roller Coaster POV
Joker's Revenge Roller Coaster POV
Batman The Ride Virtual POV

Nostalgia
Shane's Amusment Attic - 1992 Opening Year Souvenir Book and Brochure
Mark's Postcard Paradise

Park Maps
2015 Park Map
2009 Park Map
2008 Park Map

Discussion
Six Flags Fiesta Texas Discussion Thread