Truck Travel Series - Six Flags The Great Escape and Splashwater Kingdom Lake George NY - And Every Six Flags

Truck Travel Series - Six Flags The Great Escape and Splashwater Kingdom Lake George NY  - And Every Six Flags

Splashwater Kingdom, Six Flags Great Escape's waterpark was added in 1995. Great Escape is an amusement and waterpark owned and operated by Six Flags. It is located approximately 60 miles north of Albany in Queensbury, New York but is advertised as being in Lake George, New York, a popular tourist and vacation spot nearby.

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Truck Travel Series - Six Flags Over Texas Arlington - And Every Six Flags

Truck Travel Series - Six Flags Over Texas Arlington - And Every Six Flags

Six Flags Over Texas is a 213-acre theme park located in Arlington, Texas, east of Fort Worth and about 15 miles west of Dallas. It was the first Six Flags theme park, but because of later acquisitions it is not the oldest park of the Six Flags chain. The park opened on August 5, 1961, following just a year of construction and an initial investment of $10 million.

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Truck Travel Series - Six Flags St. Louis MO - And Every Six Flags

Truck Travel Series - Six Flags St. Louis MO - And Every Six Flags

Six Flags St. Louis, originally known as Six Flags over Mid-America, is an amusement park located in Eureka, Missouri, a city located within the greater St. Louis area. The park opened in 1971 as the third theme park of the Six Flags chain and was the last park built under the Six Flags name, and remains the only park completely owned and operated by Six Flags. The park opened with six themed sections- Spain, France, England, the United States,  Illinois, and Missouri, representing the historic "Six Flags" for this park and the St. Louis area.

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Truck Travel Series - Six Flags Over Georgia Atlanta - And Every Six Flags

Truck Travel Series - Six Flags Over Georgia Atlanta - And Every Six Flags

Six Flags Over Georgia (est. 1967) is a 290-acre theme park located west of Atlanta in Cobb County, United States. It hosts Warner Bros. Studios' cast of characters including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and the Looney Tunes, along with Batman, Superman, and the Justice League. In 1964, this Six Flags entertainment complex broke ground in metropolitan Atlanta. The park also includes Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Georgia, a 7-acre waterpark, and is a sister park to Six Flags White Water Atlanta, a 69-acre standalone waterpark located in nearby Marietta, Georgia.

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Truck Travel Series - Six Flags White Water Atlanta GA - And Every Six Flags

Truck Travel Series - Six Flags White Water Atlanta GA - And Every Six Flags

Six Flags White Water is a 69-acre waterpark located northwest of Atlanta, in unincorporated Cobb County. Originally opening in 1984 as White Water Atlanta, the park became part of the Six Flags family of parks in 1999. Today, it is marketed as a second gate to Six Flags Over Georgia, and the two parks often cross-promote each other. In 2012, the park hosted 505,000 visitors, ranking it #12 on the list of the top water parks in North America. 

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