Thrill rides, live concerts, and amazing stunts—practically in your own back yard. Six Flags Over Georgia has it all, and we’re conveniently located on Interstate 20, just west of Atlanta.
Our physical location is 275 Riverside Parkway, SW, Austell, Georgia 30168.
IMPORTANT NOTE: We suggest you use a traffic app of your choice on your phone to find the shortest and quickest way to the park, as Atlanta traffic is constantly changing. There also are a number of construction projections ongoing this summer, with varying times of road work and number of lane closures.
Go northwest on I-16, to I-75, to I-285 North, to I-20 West. Follow signs to the Six Flags exit.
Go west on I-20. Take exit 47 or 46A.
Six Flags is located on Interstate-20 East. Take exit 46.
FROM MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA
Travel east on I-85 to Georgia, to I-285 North, to I-20 West. Take exit 47 or 46A.
FROM GREENVILLE, S. CAROLINA
Go southwest on I-185, to I-85 to Georgia. Continue on I-85, to I-285 West, to I-20 West. Take exit 47 or 46A.
FROM NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Go east on I-40, to I-24, to Georgia. Follow I-24 to Tennessee. Continue east on I-24, to I-75, to Georgia. Take I-75, to I-285 West, to I-20 West. Take exit 47 or 46A.
- It’s always a good idea to avoid downtown Atlanta traffic. The busiest times are between 6-10 am and 4-7 pm.
- For up-to-date traffic information in the Atlanta area, be sure to check the Georgia Department of Transportation’s website.
Cobb County Transit (CCT) offers a shuttle service to the park. For a detailed, up-to-date route schedule, please visit the CCT section of the Georgia DOT website. Route 30 serves the park Monday through Saturday.
MARTA also offers a shuttle service to the park. For a detailed, up-to-date route schedule, please visit the MARTA site, or call (404) 848-5000.
Georgia 511 is a free phone service, hosted by the Georgia Department of Transportation, that provides real-time traffic and travel information 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The service provides information for all state routes and interstates and gives estimated travel times in metro Atlanta. Callers can speak to live operators to report incidents or request assistance, or connect to other services such as transit partners, airports, tourism information and 511 systems in neighboring states.