We have updated our safety guidelines based on CDC and local health guidance.
- Face coverings are not required during your visit but are strongly recommended for unvaccinated individuals.
- Pre-entry verification of vaccination status or negative COVID-19 test results are no longer required.
We remain dedicated to maintaining the highest cleanliness and sanitization standards within all of our attractions and facilities. The safety and health of our guests and team members is our top priority, and we will continue to update protocols with consultation from infectious disease experts.
We recommend that guests who have NOT received a COVID-19 vaccine wear a face-covering during their visit.
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE ENTERING THE PARK
Beginning July 18, 2021 this Six Flags Park has established the following COVID-19 rules for our guests in compliance with State and local Public Health Departments.
- Fully vaccinated means 14 days has passed since your 2nd dose of a 2-dose vaccine or single dose of a 1-dose vaccine.
- Be made with at least 2 layers of breathable materials
- Fully cover the nose and mouth and secure under the chin
- Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face
- Guests younger than 2 years old
- Guests with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents mask wearing.
- Guests who are hearing impaired, or communicating with a person who is hearing impaired, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication.
Six Flags cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to Coronavirus during your visit. The CDC advises that some people are more likely than others to become severely ill, and some people are at a higher risk of exposure to COVID-19. Guests should evaluate their own risk in determining whether to attend. People who show no symptoms can spread COVID-19 if they are infected, and any interaction with the general public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to COVID-19. By coming to the park, you acknowledge and agree that you assume these inherent risks associated with attendance.