AAA Editor Notes
Six Flags St. Louis, off I-44 at 4900 Six Flags Rd., has more than 100 rides, shows and attractions. The park's lineup of roller coasters includes American Thunder, an eight-story-tall wooden coaster; Boomerang; The Boss; Mr. Freeze: Reverse Blast; Batman: The Ride; Screamin' Eagle; Ninja; Pandemonium; and the River King Mine Train. Other thrill rides include the Superman: Tower of Power free-fall ride and Skyscreamer, a 236-foot-tall swing ride. New in 2015, you can help superheroes like Superman, Batman, The Flash, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern fight bad guys Lex Luthor and the Joker on Justice League: Battle for Metropolis, a 3D, interactive dark ride where you get your own stun gun. Lifelike animatronics, cutting edge special effects, 4D video, eye-popping graphics, real-time gaming and a mind-tingling soundscape make this journey to justice an utterly interactive experience.
Just for kids, Bugs Bunny National Park offers eight rides, a tree house play structure and an interactive fountain. Visitors also can experience Thunder River, a white-water raft ride; Colossus, an 18-story Ferris wheel; Xcalibur's spinning wheel and the family-friendly Tsunami Soaker ride, featuring nine spinning boats equipped with huge water guns.
Hurricane Harbor, a 12-acre tropical-themed water park that is free with park admission, has a wave pool, a lazy river, a five-story tree house, speed and tube slides, the funnel-shaped Tornado ride and the Bonzai Pipeline body slide, which features Skybox launching capsules.
Food is available.