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 and mobile 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, Apple Pay, Google Pay, 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.
No alcoholic beverages can be brought into Six Flags, including the parking lots. Alcoholic beverages purchased in the park may not be taken or be consumed outside the premises. Excessive consumption of alcohol is cause for ejection from the park without refund. All guests will be required to show a valid picture ID before purchase and will receive a wristband upon valid ID verification. No alcohol will be served to anyone under the age of 21 or to a guest who does not possess a valid picture ID. Only one beverage may be purchased at a time by each guest showing proof of age. Guests consuming alcohol without a park issued wristband will be asked to dispose of their beverage accordingly. Guests must consume alcohol in the vessel that the alcohol is served in. Alcoholic beverages of any kind cannot be left on ride docks or left unattended by guests at any time. Alcoholic beverages must be consumed or disposed of before boarding a ride. Six Flags has the right to refuse service to any guest at any time for any reason
We expect all guests to behave in a family-friendly manner. Line-jumping, profanity, and unruly behavior are offensive to park guests and may be cause for ejection without refund. Guests are not permitted to save places in line, bypass others in line, or exit the line and return to the same place for any reason. Guests exiting a line must go to the back of the line if they choose to return.
Food, beverages, coolers and grills may not be brought into the park. The only food exceptions are for food allergies as described below and infant food, in non-glass jars. Six Flags Over Georgia prohibits the use of grills and open flames 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 Six Flags Over Georgia to receive a medical sticker.
In keeping with our family-friendly environment, Six Flags Over Georgia enforces a dress code. Proper attire must be worn in the park at all times, including shirts and appropriate footwear. Heely’s shoes are NOT allowed to be used inside the park due to safety concerns.
Tattoos or clothing with offensive language or graphics are not permitted at any time. Examples of clothing not permitted are those which display:
- Graphic Violence
- Support of drugs or drug use
- Gang symbols
- Promoting discrimination against any group
An image of an assault rifle or handgun does not, by itself, rise to the level of graphic violence.
Proper swim-attire must be worn at all times while inside Hurricane Harbor. For all of our guests, bathing suits must be of proper size and fit to be worn at Hurricane Harbor, and may only be worn in water park areas. Thong-style bathing suits, undergarments and “cut-off” jeans/shorts are not allowed as proper swim attire in Hurricane Harbor.
Park admission may be denied if clothing or tattoos are deemed to be inappropriate by management and the Guest refuses all reasonable options. Shirts cannot be turned inside out as a solution.
Guests using profanity or abusive language, symbols, or gestures may be ejected from the park without refund.
Line-jumping is strictly prohibited. Guests are not permitted to save places in line or exit the line and return for any reason. Violators will be ejected without a refund.
- Loose articles are not permitted on the following rides: Twisted Cyclone, Georgia Scorcher, Goliath, Superman: Ultimate Flight, Bonzai Pipelines, Calypso Bay, Paradise Island and Tsunami Surge. All loose items on these rides should be left with non-riders or secured in lockers. Loose articles of any kind (including but not limited to purses, backpacks, beverage containers, cell phones and keys) may not be taken past the queue entrance and cannot be left on the load/unload platform.
- Loose articles for the remainder of park rides, including cell phones, keys, or other small items must be secured in cargo pockets, zippered pockets or article bins, which are located on the ride dock. All loose articles which cannot be secured must be locked in a locker or left with a non-rider prior to entering the queue line.
Six Flags Over Georgia encourages all media personnel to visit the park and experience our thrilling rides and incredible attractions first-hand. Company policy allows us to allocate a maximum of two (2) complimentary Media Tickets per request from a member of the press.
For media tickets or for media inquiries, please contact us at [email protected] for the quickest response. Requests must be made at least 7 business days in advance or ticket requests may be denied. Parking is NOT included.
Please note the remaining 2020 BLACKOUT dates below. No media ticket requests for non-working media will be accepted for the following days:
- Halloween weekend, October 29 – November 1
- Thanksgiving Weekend, November 27 through November 29
- New Year’s Weekend, December 30, 2020 through January 3, 2021
Please note the 2021 BLACKOUT dates below. No media ticket requests for non-working media will be accepted for the following days:
- Opening Weekend
- Memorial Day Weekend, May 28 through May 31
- July 2-5
- Labor Day Weekend, September 3 through September 6
- October 15 through October 17
- October 22 through October 31
- Thanksgiving Weekend, November 26 through November 28
- New Year’s Weekend, December 30, 2020 through January 3, 2022
In addition to the Six Flags Guest Code of Conduct, guests are required to comply with all local, state and federal laws, as well as individual park policies, rules, and instructions posted or otherwise listed.
Pets are not permitted in the park, with the exception of service animals. Dogs and cats may be boarded for a fee at our kennel, located adjacent to the East Parking Lot Toll Plaza.
By entering the park, guests grant Six Flags the right to film, video, record or photograph them on park property for any reason without payment or consideration. Six Flags requests that all photographs or video taken by our guests be used for their personal use and enjoyment only. Any use, reuse or reproduction for commercial purposes without the express written consent of Six Flags is strictly prohibited. Six Flags reserves the right to refuse to allow photography of any kind as necessary at individual locations. No commercial photography of any kind is permitted. Specifically, the use of the following equipment is not permitted:
- Any camera mounted to a vehicle, drone, cart, scooter or other moving object
- No cameras (video, still, cell-phone, smart phones, etc.) are allowed on any rides at any time. No exceptions.
All Six Flags rides, shows and attractions are protected by copyright. Guests must have written permission to use photographs and/or videotape of Six Flags images for commercial broadcasting, advertising, marketing or publishing in any medium.
In addition to all items previously mentioned, the following items are not permitted at Six Flags Over Georgia, at any time:
- Lawn chairs and folding chairs
- Magic markers, spray paint and aerosol cans
- Radios or tape players
- Glass bottles
- Spiked clothing or jewelry
- Fireworks and explosives
- Firearms and ammunition
- Chemical weapons, including mace and pepper spray
- Aerosol cans-with the exception of sun screen, bug spray & hygiene products
- Unmanned ariel vehicles (drones)
- Selfie sticks, monopods, and similar devices
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 judgment and act in a responsible manner. Guests must also obey all oral and written warnings and properly use all ride safety equipment provided. Guests who do not comply with ride rules may be ejected from the park without refund. Please refer to specific guidelines posted at the entrance of every ride.
Season Pass holders must present their passes to gain entrance to the park. Season Pass entry is only valid once a day. Due to current social distancing and safety guidelines, we are not allowing guests to re-enter the park after exiting.
Selfie sticks, monopods, and similar devices are not allowed inside Six Flags parks.
Six Flags allows smoking only in areas identified as designated smoking areas. All other areas in the parks are smoke-free, and smoking is strictly prohibited.
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.