Because Six Flags is a family park, we expect guests to behave appropriately. Violating our park policies may be cause for ejection from the park without refund. For more information, please review the park policies below.
Six Flags Over Georgia accepts card payments only at all locations including restaurants, retail stores, games, ticket windows, and parking toll booths. You can either pay for purchases using a Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, or a debit card. Only have cash? You can convert your cash to a prepaid debit card at one of the multiple kiosks located throughout the park and anywhere in the U.S. where Visa is accepted. We highly encourage you to pre-purchase your parking, tickets, and more online before visiting the park.
Alcoholic beverages may be purchased by Guests 21 years of age or older. Proper ID is required to purchase and/or consume alcohol.
No alcoholic beverages can be brought into Six Flags Parks. Alcoholic beverages purchased in the park must be consumed before leaving the park. Guests who are intoxicated may be removed from the park without a refund. Six Flags Over Georgia reserves the right to take further action against impaired guests where appropriate.
We expect all guests to behave in a family-friendly manner. Any line jumping, profanity and unruly behavior are considered offensive to other park guests and could result in ejection from the park without a refund.
Food, Drinks, and Coolers
Food, beverages, coolers and grills may not be brought into the theme park. The only food exceptions are for food allergies as described below and infant food, in non-glass jars. The use of grills and open flames, are strictly prohibited, in and around the property, including parking lots.
Guests who suffer from sensitivities or life-threatening allergies may bring food into the park if they do not feel comfortable with the menu options available. In this case, the food must be limited to the individual with the allergy and may contain: two sealable sandwich bags (7×8 inches) and one snack to accommodate their visit (such as a piece of fruit, or a fruit bar, or a snack that fits in a sandwich bag). One small soft-sided cooler may be brought into the park to carry these items. No outside beverages are permitted. Please see Security at screening to receive a medical sticker.
To ensure all guests visiting Six Flags Over Georgia can enjoy their visit, and in keeping with our family-friendly environment, as well as for health and safety reasons, Six Flags Over Georgia maintains and enforces a dress code. Guests should dress casually and comfortably as is appropriate for the local weather. All Guests must wear proper attire, such as shirts/tops, shorts/pants, and footwear, at all times within the theme park.
Guests should wear a cover-up or shirt/top and shorts/pants over their bathing suits while enjoying the theme park. Bathing attire is only allowed in Hurricane Harbor water park.
As a general rule, when visiting Six Flags Over Georgia, Guests should avoid clothing that may be considered inappropriate for our family-friendly environment. Clothing and visible tattoos that depict violence, nudity, vulgarity, or discriminatory language or graphics are prohibited at all times. Clothing may not be turned inside out as a solution.
Six Flags Over Georgia reserves the right to deny admission to or remove anyone whose attire does not comply with the Guest Dress Code or could detract from the experience of other guests if the Guest refuses all reasonable options. Guests requiring accommodations to our Guest Dress Code should visit Guest Relations and speak to a member of the Park management team upon arrival at Six Flags Over Georgia.
To ensure all guests visiting Hurricane Harbor can enjoy their visit, and in keeping with our family-friendly environment, as well as for health and safety reasons, Hurricane Harbor maintains and enforces a dress code. All guests must wear proper attire, such as bathing suits or board shorts. Thongs, G-strings, or transparent swimwear are not permitted.
For safety reasons and to prevent damage to our attractions, guests may not wear athletic attire, street clothing such as pants or denim shorts, or swimwear with buttons, snaps, rivets, zippers, buckles or belts. Rash guards and swim-style nylon shirts are generally permitted; however, guests should check attraction signage for specific restrictions.
Diaper-dependent guests are required to wear swim diapers or a diaper specifically designed for aquatics to participate in water park attractions. Diapers must be changed in restroom changing stations only.
Guests are encouraged to wear footwear while walking throughout Hurricane Harbor. Guests may wear water appropriate footwear on some attractions.
When leaving the water park, guests must wear proper attire to enter the theme park as bathing suits are only permitted in the water park. Please refer to the Six Flags Guest Dress Code for guidance about appropriate attire when visiting Six Flags Over Georgia.
Hurricane Harbor reserves the right to deny admission to or remove anyone whose attire does not comply with the Guest Dress Code or could detract from the experience of other guests if the guest refuses all reasonable options. Guests requiring accommodations to our Guest Dress Code should visit Guest Relations and speak to a member of the Park management team upon arrival at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor.
Guests should not use profanity or abusive language, symbols, or gestures towards other Guests and our Team Members. Guests who do so may be ejected from the park without a refund.
Line jumping is strictly prohibited. Guests who choose to leave a line for any reason may not return to the same spot and must reenter at the end of the line. Guests are not permitted to save spots for other guests. Violators will be ejected without a refund.
Loose articles are not permitted in certain ride queue lines or on any of our rides. Guests may leave items in a locker or with a non-rider. Ride attendants are not responsible for articles left on any ride dock. Six Flags Over Georgia and its team members are not responsible for personal property that is lost, missing, or stolen. Items left unattended outside of ride entrances will be considered abandoned and will be discarded.
Media on-assignment are encouraged to reach out to [email protected] with assignment details and deadlines to evaluate in-park options, subject to availability.
2022 BLOCKOUT DATES:
Complimentary tickets are at the discretion of park management and may not be available during high demand time periods, which includes, but not limited to, the following dates:
- Memorial Day Weekend: May 26 – May 29
- July 4th Weekend: July 1 – July 4
- Labor Day Weekend: September 2 – September 4
- Fright Fest Weekends, October 14 – October 29
- Thanksgiving Weekend: November 24 – November 26
- New Year’s Weekend: December 30 – January 1
In addition to the Six Flags Guest Code of Conduct, Guests are expected to comply with Six Flags Over Georgia park policies, rules, and instructions posted or otherwise listed as well as all local, state and federal laws. Guest and team member safety is our top priority at Six Flags.
Six Flags Over Georgia welcomes Guests with their service animals. At all times Guests should maintain control of their service animal through restraint (e.g. leash/harness), voice, signal or other effective controls. A Relief area is available for your service animal in the Peachtree Square section of the park. Animals that do not meet the definition of a service animal will not be permitted in the park. Six Flags Over Georgia does not have a kennel to board pets at during a visit to the park, please plan accordingly.
Once they enter the park, Guests grant Six Flags Over Georgia the right to film, video, record or photograph them on park property without payment or consideration. Guests may take photos and video while enjoying the park, but Six Flags requests that such photos or videos be used for their personal use and enjoyment only. No commercial photography of any kind is permitted without the written consent of Six Flags. The use of the following equipment is strictly prohibited: Cameras mounted to a vehicle, drone, cart, scooter, or other moving object. No cameras of any kind are allowed on any rides and any time. No Exceptions. All Six Flags rides, shows and attractions are protected by copyright. Guests must have written permission from an authorized representative of Six Flags to use photographs and/or videos of Six Flags images for commercial broadcasting, advertising, marketing or publishing in any medium.
In addition to items identified in our Guest Code of Conduct and other park policies, the following are prohibited items:
– Firearms, ammunition, knives and weapons of any kind
– Mace/pepper spray and other self-defense or restraining devices
– Marijuana (including marijuana enriched products) or any illegal substance
– Fireworks or other similarly explosive and/or flammable objects
– Spiked clothing/jewelry
– Lawn/folding chairs
– Glass bottles (excluding small containers such as baby food jars)
– Spray paint/markers
– Recreational devices such as drones, remote controlled devices, laser pointers, scooters, skateboards and shoes with built-in wheels
– Selfie sticks, monopods and similar hand-held extension poles for cameras or mobile devices
Guests are strictly prohibited from entering restricted areas, including rider and backstage areas. Guests should contact the Ride Attendant or Lost and Found/Security to report lost items. Lost personal items will not be retrieved during operating hours. Guests must not attempt to retrieve their lost items. Guests who enter a restricted area may be ejected from the park without refund. Six Flags Over Georgia reserves the right to take further action where appropriate.
Safety is our number-one priority. Guests with certain body proportions, or of certain heights and/or weights, may not be able to enjoy certain rides if the safety restraints will not operate as designed. Specific ride information is available at the ride and at Guest Relations. Height check markers are located at the entrance of each ride location to allow guests to check height prior to entering the ride. Ride attendants at each ride location can help with height check as well.
There is an inherent risk in participating in any amusement ride. We expect riders to exercise good judgement and act in a responsible manner. Guests must also obey all oral and written warnings and properly use ride safety equipment provided. Guests that do not comply with ride rules may be ejected from the park without refund. Please read the specific guidelines posted at each entrance of the rides.
Pass holders must present their passes to enter the park. Pass holders who leave the park and plan to return must get a re-entry handstamp before they leave the park. When Guests return to the park, they must enter through the re-entry gate with a proper handstamp. Transferring a re-entry handstamp is a violation of Six Flags policies and is strictly prohibited. During Fright Fest, Pass holders must present their passes to enter the park. Pass holders who leave the park and plan to return, must receive a re-entry wristband upon exit. Guest must return to the park prior to 7:00pm to be allowed re-entry.
Selfie sticks, monopods, and similar devices are not allowed inside Six Flags parks.
Six Flags maintains a smoke-free environment, except for designated smoking areas which are identified on park maps. All other areas in the parks, including ride queue lines, are smoke-free. E-cigarettes may only be used in designated smoking areas. Six Flags prohibits smoking marijuana at any time, even in designated smoking areas.
To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all guests, Six Flags prohibits the operation or use of any unmanned aerial vehicle on, from, or above Six Flags’ premises absent specific written consent. This includes all UAVs, also commonly known as “drones,” regardless of their size, weight or purpose.
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