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Six Flags New England
Six Flags New England
Six Flags New England 2 logo.png
Slogan Thrill Capital Of New England
Location Agawam, Massachusetts, United States
Coordinates 42°02?16?N 72°36?57?W / 42.0377°N 72.6157°W / 42.0377; -72.6157Coordinates: 42°02?16?N 72°36?57?W / 42.0377°N 72.6157°W / 42.0377; -72.6157
Owner Six Flags
Opened 1870
Previous names Gallup's Grove (1870-1886)
Riverside Grove (1887-1911)
Riverside Amusement Park (1912-1999)
Operating season April through late December
Area 235 acres (95 ha)[1]
Total 60+
Roller coasters 12
Water rides 1
Website Official Website

Six Flags New England (SFNE) is an amusement park located in Agawam, Massachusetts, a western suburb of Springfield, Massachusetts. Dating to the late 19th century, it is the oldest amusement park in the Six Flags chain. Superman the Ride is among the park's most notable rides having appeared in every Golden Ticket Awards publication by Amusement Today, ranking first or second in the Top Steel Roller Coasters category from 2001 to 2015, and third in 2016.


Throughout most of the 20th century, the park was known as Riverside Park. It started out as a picnic grove called Gallup's Grove in 1870, and was eventually renamed Riverside Grove, then Riverside Park. Prior to 1900, most of the park's patrons arrived via steamship. The Springfield Street Railway extended its line to the park in 1900 and, although Riverside was at the end of the Springfield Street Railway, it was not owned by the railway and is, therefore, not considered a trolley park, contrary to published reports.[2]

In the early 1900s, a few mechanical rides and a carousel were added. The park was purchased in 1911 by Henry J. Perkins who transformed the park from a picnic grove to an amusement park. He built the park's first roller coaster, The Giant Dip, in 1912, which proved to be so popular that another coaster, The Greyhound, was added in 1915.[3] Under Perkins' ownership, the park continued to prosper and additional amusements were added, including a 300-foot-diameter pool that became known as Lake Takadip.[4] The original Giant Dip coaster was replaced in 1920 by a new, more thrilling coaster that was twice the size of the Giant and was eventually named Lightning.[5] A third coaster, Whirlwind Racer, was added in 1928.

Closure and re-opening

Postcard c. 1940s

The Wall Street Crash of 1929 took its toll on the park, and by 1931 it had gone into foreclosure. For the 1932 season, the park operated only Wednesday through Sunday, and in 1933 it closed. Several attempts to reopen the park failed and it remained closed through 1939, although the grounds were occasionally used for company picnics.[6] A drive-in movie theater operated in the parking lot from 1937 to 1939.

Edward Carroll Sr. purchased the abandoned park in 1939 and after making improvements, reopened Riverside Park on May 29, 1940.[7] Carroll is credited with rescuing Riverside and turning it into the largest theme park in New England.[8] He purchased the plans and cars of the 1939 New York World's Fair Cyclone Roller Coaster and opened a new coaster in 1941.[9] That coaster, now known as Thunderbolt, is operating at the park, and is the oldest coaster -- in its original location -- within the Six Flags Chain of theme parks.[10] The park continued to add new rides and removed some older ones. The theater and bowling alley were removed in the late 1950s, making Riverside Park a seasonal attraction.

Carroll took a liking to auto racing, a sport that was gaining popularity in the Northeast after World War II, and added it to his slate of attractions at Riverside, building the Riverside Park Speedway in 1948, replacing an open air bandstand. The 1960s was a popular period for stock car racing at Riverside Park. NASCAR began to hold events at Riverside Park Speedway in 1976. In 1977, Riverside Park added its first looping roller coaster, The Loop Coaster, later known as Black Widow. The park continued to be successful throughout the 1970s, and a log flume ride was added in that period. By the 1980s, the park stopped selling individual ride tickets and began charging a "pay one price" admission.

In 1983, Riverside Park added its third roller coaster, which was also the park's second wooden coaster. The owners originally wanted a coaster exactly like the Coney Island Cyclone, but space was limited, so the coaster would need to take up less space and would have sharper twists and turns. It became known as the Riverside Cyclone. In 1987, Riverside attempted to build a white-water rafting ride called the Lost River Water Ride. Plagued with problems, the attraction never opened and was subsequently abandoned. A majority of the ride was demolished in 1989 to make way for Wild River Falls, a waterslide complex consisting of three sets of slides: Riptide, Blue Lightning, and Pipeline. A popular attraction, Wild River Falls remained in operation until the opening of the Island Kingdom Waterpark in 1997.

In 1994, Riverside partnered with Lady Luck Gaming in a proposal to build a hotel and dockside casino complex at the park, one of several competing casino proposals in the state.[11] The plan died after Agawam voters rejected a non-binding referendum in support of casino gambling in November.[12]

Purchase by Premier Parks

During the 1996 season, the track on the Musik Express was damaged and the attraction remained closed for a portion of the year. A Chance Chaos was ordered and was scheduled to open for the 1997 season. During the winter of 1996, the Carroll family was approached by Premier Parks of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, which subsequently purchased the park. Premier Parks renamed the park as Riverside: The Great Escape.[13]

Under Premier Parks, various changes were made to the park. For the 1997 season, the new owners invested upward of $20 million on general improvements and several new attractions. Attractions included the Island Kingdom Waterpark, which featured children's water play area, various slides, and a wave pool. Other attractions included Mind Eraser (later renamed to The Riddler Revenge) and Shipwreck Falls. In the process of renovation, some older rides such as the Bayern Kurve were removed. Main Street U.S.A. was substantially redesigned, and the Southern Center midway was themed to a 1950s city and renamed Rockville. Other improvements included a new entrance plaza, and the carousel being renovated and relocated to the front gate.

The water park at Six Flags New England

In 1998, the park added several attractions, improving the water park with new features that included lazy river, another children's play structure named Hook's Lagoon, a speed slide tower called Cannonball, a family raft slide named Swiss Family Tobaggan, and a multi-slide tower called Big Kahuna. The water park expansion was added to the south end of the park next to the park's log flume. The park also added The Hellevator, an S&S Worldwide Turbo Drop tower measuring 21 stories tall, which was originally painted red.

Six Flags

On April 1, 1998, Premier Parks acquired the larger Six Flags chain of parks from Time Warner. The park continued to be known as "Riverside" until the end of the 1999 season. In 1999, the Riverside Park Speedway was removed, and the waterpark was doubled in size. Additions included adding a new slide tower named Shark Attack and a second wave pool called Hurricane Bay. The park added a Hopkins river raft ride named Blizzard River to the North End, replacing a set of dry slides and the old Bumper Cars. Blizzard River was themed to incorporate the Penguin character from the Batman franchise, but the name of the ride was never changed when the park was allowed to use characters from DC Comics on their rides. A new western area called Crack Axle Canyon was added, and included four rides, three of which were new to the park. In 2000, Riverside was rebranded "Six Flags New England", reflecting similar changes made at other Six Flags properties. The main street running through the park was renamed "Carroll Drive" in honor of the family that had owned the place for much of its history. The park added a new front gate plaza. On the former site of the racetrack, a new DC Comics-themed section of the park was installed. The area featured several new rides, including Superman - Ride of Steel, a hypercoaster designed by Intamin.

In 2008, Six Flags New England was to open The Dark Knight, an indoor MACK Wild Mouse coaster based on the upcoming film of the same name. The park's other Batman-based attraction had its name changed from Batman - The Dark Knight to Batman: The Ride to avoid confusion. However, due to apparent permit issues, the ride was cancelled and dismantled. The ride would have cost the park $7.5 million in exchange for bringing $280,000 in taxes for the state of Massachusetts. The cancellation angered the city of Agawam, which stated that issues with the ride were not evident.[14] Instead, the park announced the new "Glow in the Park Parade". On November 8, 2008 the Town of Agawam allowed Six Flags the right to build roller coasters up to 200 feet (61 m) in height. This paved the way for many future roller coasters in the park.[15]


Six Flags New England is home to many rides and attractions, including 2 World Class Roller Coasters. Wicked Cyclone & Superman the Ride. Superman The Ride is 208 feet (63 m) tall and drops 221 feet (67 m) into a tunnel, reaching a top speed of 77 mph (124 km/h). It is considered one of the best steel roller coasters in the world according to the trade magazine Amusement Today, which awarded it the prestigious Golden Ticket award in 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. Wicked Cyclone is the first hybrid Roller Coaster to hit the east coast. It is 109ft tall and reach a top speed 55mph. 3 Inversions, Worlds first Hangtime Stall. 14 Airtime Hills. Worlds first Double Reversing Banking Airtime Hill. Wicked Cyclone was voted the 2nd Best New Roller Coaster on the planet for the 2015 season with Fury 325 in first place. It was in the top 30 ever since it was in the Golden Ticket Awards and never went down.

Roller coasters

Ride Name Picture Opened Manufacturer Model/Type Location Notes Thrill Rating
Thunderbolt Thunderbolt, Six Flags New England Entrance.jpg 1941 Joseph E. Drambour Figure 8 wooden roller coaster Main Street Oldest roller coaster in the park. Moderate
The Great Chase Great Chase SFNE.jpg 1996 E&F Miler Industries Family Coaster/ 16 ft Outside Spiral CCW Looney Tunes Movie Town Originally named Rolling Thunder. Mild
The Riddler Revenge 1997 Vekoma Suspended Looping Coaster Gotham City A Vekoma Suspended Looping Coaster. Formerly named Mind Eraser from 1997-2017.[16] Aggressive
Superman the Ride Superman - Ride Of Steel (Six Flags New England) 01.jpg 2000 Intamin Megacoaster DC Superhero Adventure Formerly known as Superman - Ride of Steel (from 2000-2009) and Bizarro (from 2009 - 2015). This ride used Samsung virtual reality headsets during the 2016 season. Aggressive
Catwoman's Whip Entrance Catwoman's Whip.jpg 2000 Zierer Tivoli - Large DC Superhero Adventure Originally named Poison Ivy's Tangled Train. Mild
Flashback Flashback à Six Flags New England (recadrée avec plus de luminosité).jpg 2000 Vekoma Boomerang North End Originally at Star Lake Amusement Park as Boomerang, then Kentucky Kingdom as Vampire. Aggressive
The Dark Knight
Batman SFNE.jpg 2002 Bolliger & Mabillard Floorless Coaster Gotham City During the 2008 season, Batman: The Dark Knight was temporarily renamed Batman: The Ride to prevent confusion with The Dark Knight Coaster that was ultimately cancelled. Aggressive
Pandemonium Pandemonium, Six Flags New England.jpg 2005 Gerstlauer Spinning Coaster Model 420/4 North End Originally named Mr. Six's Pandemonium. In 2007, Mr. Six was dropped from the title. Moderate
Gotham City Gauntlet:
Escape from Arkham Asylum
2011 Maurer Söhne Wilde Maus Classic DC Superhero Adventure Originally Road Runner Express at Kentucky Kingdom. Moderate
Goliath Déjà Vu roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain.jpg 2012 Vekoma Giant Inverted Boomerang Crack Axle Canyon Originally Déjà Vu at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Aggressive
Wicked Cyclone Wicked Cyclone Media Day (17745251928).jpg 2015 Rocky Mountain Construction I-Box North End Originally Cyclone, a wooden coaster designed by William Cobb.
It was reconstructed and re-tracked with steel by RMC in 2015.
The Joker 2017 S&S Worldwide 4th Dimension roller coaster Gotham City Replaced Splashwater Falls. Aggressive

Flat rides

Ride Name Opened Manufacturer/Type Location Notes
1909 Illions Carousel 1940 M.C. Illions Carousel Main Street Among the horses, a lion, a tiger, and a zebra can be seen on the carousel as the only menagerie animals on the carousel.
Wild Wheelz 1962 Arrow Development antique cars Kidzopolis Originally named Route 66 from 1962 to 2014.
Scrambler 1973 Eli Bridge Scrambler North End A scrambler ride.
Gotham City Crime Wave 1979 Zamperla Swings Gotham City Up until the end of the 2006 season, the ride was located near Scream! under the name of "Adult Wave Swinger."
Kontiki 1985 Chance Rides Alpine Bobs Rockville Themed around Polynesia.
Balloon Race 1989 Zamperla Balloon Race North End No minimum height requirement with an adult.
Stampede Bumper Cars 1997 Zamperla Bumper Cars Crack Axle Canyon Bumper Cars are powered from the floor, which means there is no receiver on the back of the car.
Scream 1998 S&S Worldwide 3-tower Combo Complex Main Street Originally a one-tower Turbo Drop called Hellavator. Two combo towers were added in 2000. Original tower is still a Turbo Drop.
Blizzard River 1999 Hopkins Rides River rafting ride North End Eight riders careen down a concrete channel in a raft while passing rapids, whirlpools, and waterfalls.
Houdini - The Great Escape 1999 Vekoma Madhouse Crack Axle Canyon No minimum height requirement with an adult.
Tea Cups 1999 Zamperla Tea Cups Rockville A tea cup ride. The ride originally had no canopy. Relocated to the former location of Buzzsaw for the 2018 season to make room for Harley Quinn Spinsanity.
Tomahawk 1999 HUSS Frisbee Crack Axle Canyon Reaches heights of 78 feet.
Kryptonite Kollider 2000 Chance Rides Wipeout DC Superhero Adventures Originally located in the Justice League building with the name "The Joker's Wildcard." It closed in 2004 and was put into storage. It returned for the 2009 season at the former location of Nightwing. The ride was rethemed to "Kryptonite" and then changed to "Kryptonite Kollider" for the 2017 season.[17]
Nightwing 2009 Slingshot Gotham City Formerly named The Blitz and Slingshot. An upcharge attraction. After being relocated to the park from Six Flags St. Louis, the ride was located in the DC Superhero Adventures section before being moved to the South End in 2011. Relocated in front of The Riddler Revenge for the 2018 season to make room for Harley Quinn Spinsanity and renamed Nightwing.
New England SkyScreamer 2014 Funtime Star Flyer North End Tallest swing ride in the world at 408 feet.
Rock n' Rodeo 2016 SBF/Visa Traffic Jam Crack Axle Canyon A spinning family ride located on the former Rodeo's pad.
Fireball 2016 Larson Giant Loop Rockville A larger version of a Larson Ring of Fire, measuring 22 meters (72 ft) in diameter. The fronts of both sides of the train are 50s style hot rod fronts. Located on the spot of Twister, the park's former HUSS Top Spin.
Harley Quinn Spinsanity 2018 Zamperla Giant Discovery Gotham City A very large pendulum ride with outward-facing seats that swings back and forth. The pendulum reaches a top speed of 70mph and soars 14 stories high. Slingshot and Tea Cups were relocated to make space for the ride.

Children's rides

Ride Name Opened Manufacturer/Type Location Notes
Animation Department 1998 Zamperla kiddie swings ride Looney Tunes Movie Town Children's swing ride.
Daffy's Hollywood Tours 1998 Zamperla Crazy Bus Looney Tunes Movie Town Children's bus ride.
Taz's Prop Delivery 1998 Zamperla Big Foot Looney Tunes Movie Town Children's truck ride.
Tweety's Clubhouse 1999 Zamperla Jumpin' Star Looney Tunes Movie Town Children's drop ride.
Wacky Wheel 2001 Kiddie Ferris Wheel Kidzopolis Originally named Chuck Wagon Wheel, and later Cold Spaghetti Western Wheel.
Whirlybirdz 2001 SBF kiddie ride Kidzopolis Originally named Timber Town Sky Patrol, and later Wags' Doggie Copters.
Krazy Kups 2001 SBF kiddie tea cups Kidzopolis Originally named Tiny's Tea Party, and later Dorothy's Rosy Tea Cups.
Zinger Swings 2001 SBF kiddie ride Kidzopolis Originally named Flight of the Bumble Bees, and later Henry's Underwater Swing Band.
Krazy Kars 2007 Zamperla Sports car ride Kidzopolis Originally named Big Red Cars.
New England Express 2007 Miniature train ride Whistlestop Park Originally named Thomas the Tank Engine from 2007 to 2010. (Closed from 2011 to 2012).
Ship's Ahoy! 2007 Zamperla Rockin' Tug Kidzopolis Originally named Captain Feathersword's Rockin' Pirate Ship.
Splish Splash Zone 2007 Playground and water play area Kidzopolis Originally named Henry's Splish Splash.
Wile E. Coyote's Speed Trap 1998 Looney Toons Movie Town
ZoomJets 2007 Zamperla Telecombat Kidzopolis Originally Big Red Planes.

Former attractions

Ride Year Opened Year Closed Description
Giant Dip 1912 1919 Wooden roller coaster.
Greyhound 1915 1933 John A. Miller-built wooden roller coaster.
Lightning 1920 1933 John A. Miller-built wooden roller coaster.
Whirlwind Racer 1928 1933 Harry G. Traver-built wooden roller coaster.
Wild Mouse 1957 Unknown B. A. Schiff & Associates Wild Mouse roller coaster.
Wildcat 1968 1983 Schwarzkopf Wildcat (65m.) roller coaster.
Rotor 1973 1999 Rotor attraction.
Black Widow 1977 1999 Arrow Dynamics Launched Loop roller coaster. Replaced with Flashback.
Little Rickie's Little Twister 1978 or earlier 1999 Herschell Little Dipper kiddie roller coaster.
Poland Spring Plunge 1979 2005 Log flume ride. Originally named Red River Rapids. Replaced by Splashwater Falls.
Colossus 1985 2005 150 ft. ferris wheel. Replaced by Crime Wave.
Chaos 1997 2005 Chance Chaos. Replaced by a large bathroom building.
Spider 1968 2006 Octopus-style ride. As of 2017, the former ride pad still sits vacant.
Bumper Buggies 1990 or earlier 2007 Children's bumper cars. The old ride building has yet to be replaced.
Rodeo 1998 2007 HUSS Breakdance. Replaced by Rockin' Rodeo in 2016.
Double Trouble 1999 2007 Chance Double Inverter.
Dark Knight 2008 2008 Mack Rides Indoor Wild Mouse. Planned for 2008, partially installed, and then cancelled. It was relocated to Six Flags México and opened in 2009.
Time Warp 1997 2008 Vekoma Air Jumper. Located near Pandemonium.
Nightwing 2000 2008 HUSS Fly Away. Replaced by Joker's Wildcard.
Bertie The Bus 2007 2010 Children's ride located in Thomas Town.
Harold The Helicopter 2007 2010 Children's ride located in Thomas Town.
Foghorn Leghorn Tinsel Town Train Unknown 2011 Children's ride located in Looney Tunes Movie Town.
Shipwreck Falls 1997 2011 Replaced with Goliath, a Giant Inverted Boomerang.
Marvin the Martian Earthbound Journey 2000 2011 Children's ride located in Looney Tunes Movie Town.
Catapult 2006 2012 S&S Sky Swat. Located in what is now the queue of New England SkyScreamer. Formerly known as SWAT at Six Flags Astroworld.
Taz's Daredevil Dive 1992 2013 Skycoaster. Replaced with New England SkyScreamer. Originally named the Riverside Skycoaster.
Twister 1997 2013 HUSS Top Spin. Located next to Kontiki, where Fireball stands today.
New England Sky Way 1974 2014 Von Roll Sky-Ride. Transported riders between a station adjacent to Thunderbolt and the current site of the New England Sky Screamer. The supports for the ride remain in the park's North End area.
Cyclone 1983 2014 William Cobb wooden coaster. Rebuilt as Wicked Cyclone.
Flying Aces 2001, 2014 2006, 2015 Whistlestop Park biplane ride. Originally located in Tiny Timber Town, the ride was put in storage when Wiggles World was added.
Splashwater Falls 2006 2016 Formerly located in the South End. It was replaced by The Joker.
Buzzsaw 1983 2017 Zierer Flying Carpet ride located in the South End section of the park. Originally named The Screamer and later the Slingshot. Removed at the end of 2017 season and replaced by Tea Cups.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor
Owner Six Flags
Overview of Hurricane Harbor

Hurricane Harbor is a water park located within Six Flags New England. The waterpark opened in 1997 as Island Kingdom and was rebranded Hurricane Harbor in 2003. It features a number of family-oriented rides as well as thrill rides. The most recent addition is Bonzai Pipelines added in 2013.

Ride Name Opened Manufacturer/Type Notes
Swiss Family Toboggan 1998 Proslide Technology Inc. "Mammoth" family raft ride
Adventure River 1998 Lazy river
Big Kahuna 1998 Proslide Technology Inc. "Pipeline" 4 enclosed tube slides.
Cannonball Falls 1998 Proslide Technology Inc. "Speed Zone" 3 speed slides.
Hook's Lagoon 1998 SCS Interactive "Discovery Treehouse" with Proslide Technology Inc. "Twisters' Zone" slides
Octopus Toddler Slide 1998 Climbing structure for children.
Kiddie Pirate Ship 1998 Fake pirate ship designed for kids to climb on.
Commotion Ocean 1999 A large wave pool.
Shark Attack 1999 Proslide Technology Inc. "Atomic Coasters" 4 half enclosed, half open tube slides.
Tornado 2003 Proslide Technology Inc. Tornado "Rattler" Funnel-shaped tube slide that uses four-person "cloverleaf" or two-person "whirly wheel" tubes.
Hurricane Bay 2003 Wave pool with family activity area.
Monsoon Lagoon 2003 Family wave pool along with slides and interactive water play area.
Hurricane Falls 2003 6 slide Proslide Technology Inc. Twisters complex
Geronimo Falls and Zooma Falls 2003 2 Proslide Technology Inc. Mammoths
Typhoon Water Coaster 2005 Proslide Technology Inc. "Rocket" slide The first water coaster in New England.
Splash Island 2010 Kids area including a wave pool and lazy river. Originally named "Mr. Six's Splash Island" but the prefix was removed after one season.
Rip Tide Cove 2013 Water play area.
Bonzai Pipelines 2013 SplashTacular DownUnder 6 body slides with trap doors.

Park entertainment

The Hall of Justice

During the park's branding as a Six Flags in 2000, the Looney Tunes characters were added to the park. The line-up of Looney Tunes characters includes: Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, Sylvester, Foghorn Leghorn, Porky Pig, Petunia Pig, Pepé Le Pew, Roadrunner, Wile E. Coyote, Marvin the Martian, Taz, Granny, Lola Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Speedy Gonzales, Yosemite Sam, and Gossamer.

In 2006, the park underwent a massive expansion in the entertainment department when Mark Shapiro took control of Six Flags. With this, Six Flags New England has added Justice League characters, along with the Hall of Justice. In 2007, enemies of the Justice League known as the Legion of Doom came to Six Flags. This addition brought the following characters to the park: Batman, Robin, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Hawk Girl, Green Lantern, The Flash, The Joker, The Riddler, Sinestro, Cheetah, Lex Luthor, and Captain Cold. The Hall of Justice is located in the building where the Jokers Wild Card flat ride used to be, transforming it into a secret lair. Times are posted outside indicating when guests will be able to meet the characters and pose for pictures.

The park also has some of the characters from Mystery Inc including the great dane detective himself Scooby-Doo, his best friend Shaggy Rogers, and his nephew Scrappy-Doo.

In the 2008 season, the Glow in the Park Parade was introduced. It is the unique brainchild of world-renowned creative director Gary Goddard and features five custom-designed floats, 65 performers and over 35 support staff members and technicians. Each float is adorned with vibrant-multicolor lights that illuminate the park and surround the streets with custom-composed cirque-inspired music. The parade features drummers, puppeteers, singers, dancers, and kinetic stilt walkers to create an unparalleled nighttime spectacular. The parade did not return in the 2009 season, but it did return in 2010. The parade never got to complete its full season run in 2010. It was cancelled in July after new management took over the Six Flags Corporate office.

Fright Fest

During the month of October, the park gets transformed for its annual Halloween festival, Fright Fest. This transformation includes the addition of Halloween decorations to its Crackaxle Canyon, Main Street, South End, and Rockville areas, making them Haunt Zones with roaming characters to give the areas the themes of a ghost town, a demon area, a graveyard and an Area 51 complex, respectively. In addition, several shows and attractions are added, including Mayhem Mission and The Trick-o-Treat Trail for kids, Dead Legends Live on Main St., Haunting Illusions, Wheel of Fright, and three up-charged "haunts". Dead Legends Live has all past singers together and parody their songs about being dead. "Illusions of Terror" is a magic show in the Rockville Theater featuring illusionist David Garrity. The Wheel of Fright is a wheel and whatever you spin it to land on you have to eat or do. Such things to eat are cockroaches or worms. Prizes include season passes or exit passes. The five premium haunts are called Wicked Woods, Total Darkness, The Aftermath: Zombies Revenge, Slasher Circus 3D, and Midnight Mansion. Wicked Woods is in the picnic groves wooded area comprising a trail with people popping out at you and chasing you. Total Darkness is in the picnic grove and it is a walk through in a pitch black area, filled with frights. Slasher Circus 3D is in the picnic grove and is right beside Total Darkness, however this attraction is full of different lights and colors with a clown theme throughout. Midnight Mansion takes place on the ride Houdini. They transform the whole ride building into a haunted mansion. The Aftermath: Zombies Revenge is similar to Wicked Woods, but themed to the zombie apocalypse. In early 2009, Six Flags New England received an award within the chain for the best Fright Fest of 2008.

See also


  1. ^ "Six Flags New England Opens Doors to New Era of Excitement". Six Flags New England. May 5, 2000. Retrieved 2015. 
  2. ^ Cecchi, David. "Images of America Riverside Park". Arcadia Publishing, 2011, pg.7
  3. ^ Cecchi, pg. 22-24.
  4. ^ Cecchi, pg. 51-54.
  5. ^ Cecchi, pg. 25.
  6. ^ Cecchi, pg. 8-9.
  7. ^ Cecchi, p. 9
  8. ^ Cecchi, p. 70
  9. ^ Cecchi, David. "Images of America Riverside Park". Arcadia Publishing, 2011, p. 81
  10. ^ Commemorative plaque at park from American Coaster Enthusiasts
  11. ^ Turner, Ford (August 24, 1994). "Weld approves WMass casino". The Union-News. Springfield, MA: via NewsBank. Retrieved 2012.  (subscription required)
  12. ^ Turner, Ford (November 10, 1994). "Casinos vote final, Weld says". The Union-News. Springfield, MA: via NewsBank. Retrieved 2012.  (subscription required)
  13. ^
  14. ^ "Six Flags' Dark Knight Coaster Goes Dark". 2008-04-18. Retrieved 2013. 
  15. ^ File photo by Michael S. Gordon / The Republican. "Agawam OKs new highs for Six Flags roller coasters". Retrieved 2013. 
  16. ^ "Six Flags New England Opens with World Class Thrills". Six Flags New England. April 4, 2018. Retrieved 2018. 
  17. ^

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