In my heart it is no competition for Cedar Point, aka America’s Rockin’ Roller Coast, aka the best amusement park ever, but Six Flags Magic Mountain does have one thing that the Ohio-based park doesn’t, and that is year-round availability.
Six Flags has announced that beginning next year, the Valencia located park will join the ranks of the Disneyland parks, Universal Studios Hollywood and Knott’s Berry Farm (closed on Christmas) by remaining open throughout the year (with exceptions for weather).
Jim Reid-Anderson, Chairman, President and CEO of Six Flags Entertainment Corporation made the following statement, according to Theme Park Insider,
“With the best collection of thrills in the world and the Six Flags brand expanding globally, this is the perfect time for one of our flagship properties to make the business transition to a 365-day operating schedule in order to maximize travel industry opportunities.”
Will you be stopping by Magic Mountain or continuing on to Disneyland?