6 Reasons to Visit Six Flags Over Georgia Holiday In The Park

We have been enjoying Holiday In The Park at Six Flags Over Georgia for the past two years now! My family LOVES going and it has become an awesome family tradition! Here are six reasons I think you should visit and make it a part of your holiday traditions too!

1. So Many Lights! There is nothing more beautiful than more than 100,000 Christmas lights strung up right above your head and just each of Six Flags' tunnel archways have them!

2. Candlelight Carousel Rides. You may not be able to fly a reindeer this holiday season, but you can ride your own dancing horse on the Riverview Carousel. Exclusively for Holiday in the Park, Six Flags' magical merry-go-round transforms into a dazzling luminary display. This holiday centerpiece and the surrounding area is covered in 94,000 sparkling gold lights, 2,350 feet of glittering garland, 1,200 shiny ornaments, and more than 200 brilliant candles to create one of the largest walk-through light experiences in the region!

3. Holiday Themed Food. Mrs. Claus has set up her holiday bake shop inside Coaster Candy, featuring custom-crafted seasonal treats made fresh every day at the park. Enjoy limited edition flavors of their famous homemade fudge, including Peppermint Bark, S'mores, and Snowy Road. Their hand-dipped caramel apples are sprinkled with holiday magic and designed to look like reindeer, Santa, and white chocolate snowmen. You'll also find s'mores and candy cane dipped pretzel rods, white chocolate peppermint marshmallows, gourmet popcorn, and other exclusive treats for your stocking or stomach.

Roast S'mores Over a Real Burning Fire
Save the milk and cookies for Santa, because Six Flags has milk chocolate and marshmallows to spare! As you make your way through the park, listen carefully for the sound of wood crackling, or just follow your nose to the sweet smell of s'mores being made over a real fire. Grab a S'mores kit - complete with a marshmallow, milk chocolate, and two graham crackers - and start roasting your marshmallow for the merriest treat this side of the North Pole. Your homemade snack will warm you right up and refuel for more coaster action.

4. Meet Santa! Santa Claus is coming to town with a sleigh as full as his belly. To help spread the holiday cheer, he's bringing a few friendly elves and his entire workshop along for the ride! Stop by Santa's House to see what the elves have set up for you: authentic North Pole Christmas d├ęcor, a cozy corner full of wrapped toys, and the jolliest scene of all, where you can catch a glimpse of the big man himself and tell Santa your biggest Christmas wish.

5. Rollercoasters! Santa's sleigh is no match for the thrills of the mighty Goliath. As you rise 200 feet in the air, try to catch a glimpse of Santa's reindeer - viewing the sparkling scene from their eyes - before you plummet 170 feet down. You'll sled around overbanked turns and skate through a spiraling helix, left and right like you're dodging flying snowballs in the night sky. With a top speed of 70 miles per hour, you will almost certainly beat Mr. Claus down the chimney this Christmas. Even Rudolph will be green as the Grinch with envy about this exciting sleigh ride.

6. Fun Holiday Themed Shows! Get your bells jingling with the merriest holiday entertainment. Six Flags' 2018 Yuletide shows feature magical dance parties, cheerful sing-a-longs, extravagant tree lightings, and synchronized light displays. With new music and updated choreography, their holiday shows are the best they've ever offered. Check out the Six Flags mobile app for up-to-date times on the day of your visit.

Six Flags Over Georgia's Holiday in the Park will be available to attend on select dates through January 6th. So make sure to grab your tickets soon! You can get FREE tickets when you purchase a 2019 Season Pass.

Plus check out all the fun we had in our mash up video below! Remember to follow us on Instagram and/or SnapChat for all of event fun.

I was invited to attend a media event at Six Flags Over Georgia. I received complimentary entrance and other perks as such. All opinions are my own.


  1. We usually think of these parks as Summer fun places. But, it looks like they have great Holiday events, too. Beautiful lights!

  2. this is so awesome,,id love to take my grandkids there ,,i live in TN so isnt impossible

  3. I love going to Six Flags,so I would love to go to this one.

  4. Ashley Chassereau Parks5/12/2019 08:04:00 PM

    I've never been to Six Flags, but going at Christmas time seems so fun!! I would love to see so many lights! I'm not used to visiting a theme park in winter.. I think it would be so much more fun without being so hot! I know our family would enjoy the musical performances that time of year too. I need to put this on the bucket list for next winter.

  5. I love Six Flags over Georgia! Have never been during the holidays tho. Will have to remedy that.

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