We are fortunate to live close enough to visit Six Flags New England at least once a year. We started going when the athlete was 3 and little princess was still a baby strolling around in her baby carriage. You might think they were a little young to visit a place known for it's death-defying roller coasters and such but believe it or not we had a wonderful time back then. The athlete was happy as could be spending time riding all the rides in Looney Tunes Movie Town and even princess got in on the action, happily splashing about at the edge of the giant wave pool at the water park. Now they cater even more to a younger crowd with an area called Kidzopolis.
Have any questions or concerns before visiting Six Flags New England for the first time, fret not! Simply click here for their own Guide to Rides and Attractions, so you can make the most out of your visit. Or, if your a planner and information seeker like I am, simply visit the Six Flags New England website. They have all the information you could possibly need to plan an amazing trip for your family.
Of course for the thrill seekers at heart, Six Flags New England has got it all! From their newest roller coaster Goliath to some good old favorites like Scream. You won't be disappointed. Got only one thrill seeker in your family but other kids in your group? Six Flags New England has got you covered. They offer something called Parent Swap:
Parents of children under 54” can notify a ride operator they’d like to participate in a Thrill Swap. This allows one parent to stay with the child while the other rides. Then they swap places! Ask any ride operator for more information.And while we're at it, for the older yet cautious kids, like ahem, my athlete, there are rides that he can handle without permanently scarring him for life. Every year he proclaims with sincere confidence that he is ready to tackle those big coasters and every year when he sees them in person he very quickly changes his mind! Ha! He'll get there one day. I have a sneaky suspicion that princess will be ready to ride the rails before he is and that might just force him into taking the plunge! After all, he can't let his little sister one-up him on anything!
He's got one more shot to conquer his roller coaster fears this year. Courtesy of Six Flags New England our family will be visiting the park one more time this year and you can too! They have generously donated a 4 pack of tickets for me to give away to one lucky reader! These tickets are also good for Fright Fest which runs from September 22 through October 28th.
Want to know how to enter?
It's simple. All you have to do is leave a comment hear on my blog telling me your favorite ride at Six Flags New England and be sure to leave a valid email address with your comment so I can contact you if you win.
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Winner will be chosen on Friday, August 17th. Winner will be chosen by random.org. and will be contacted by email. If no response is received with 48hrs a new winner will be chosen.
Disclosure: I received free passes to Six Flags New England for this post, but the opinions expressed her are entirely my own.