7 Amazing Spots to Take a Photo at the Park
Best backdrops for your souvenir photos
Six Flags Fiesta Texas is filled with stunning attractions and scenery that make awesome photo backdrops. Get your camera ready to snap all those picture-perfect moments of your friends next to our rides, characters, and park décor. For the best pictures possible, stop by these seven spots in the park for fantastic photos you can’t get anywhere else.
- The waterfalls and quarry walls are a natural place to capture the character of the park. There are numerous locations to snap a shot while walking near Crackaxle Canyon.
- Right at the entrance to the Sundance Theater, your group can be positioned with the epic awesomeness of the massive Iron Rattler right behind them. Try to time your picture as the coaster is cresting over the big drop in the background.
- The outdoor beer garden area of the Sangerfest Halle in Spassburg offers a backdrop view of the Scream drop tower and the new BATMAN: The Ride. It’d be even better if you happen to take your picture while Scream is rising into the air above your friends’ heads.
- If you are enjoying some time in White Water Bay, have your family stand at the far right of the Texas shaped wave pool. Turn the camera to where the towering Bahama Blaster drop slides rise up in the background across all the excitement of the wave pool.
- Have your friends stand on the inside passage of the Gully Washer rapids ride. See if you can even get some water splashing up in the back. Place the SkyScreamer in the background for a flair of color.
- Just on the left edge of Los Festivales, the walkway travels under a bridge. Wait for a train to pass overhead for a fun family shot.
- The Amerigoround makes for gorgeous shots day or night. Put on a silly face as you ride around on your favorite horse, or capture your child’s happy expression on his or her first theme park ride. At night, stand back a few feet to capture the elegance and twinkling lights of the canopy.
*Tim Baldwin – editor of RollerCoaster! Magazine, staff writer at Amusement Today and Communications Director for American Coaster Enthusiasts – contributed to this article.