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Six Flags Fiesta Texas is at 17000 I-10W. This 200-acre musical, theme and water park, in a former rock quarry with 100-foot cliff walls, celebrates Texas and the Southwest and offers live entertainment and both thrill and family-style rides.

Themed areas are Los Festivales, a Hispanic village with a continuous fiesta; the German village of Spassburg; Crackaxle Canyon, an old-time Texas town that celebrates the Fourth of July daily; Fiesta Bay Boardwalk; 1950s Rockville, where every day is homecoming; and White Water Bay, the free water park. The water park features a Texas-shaped wave pool; a five-story interactive water tree house with mazes; and Thunder Rapids, one of the world’s largest rocket blast water coasters.

The newest ride will be Daredevil Dive Flying Machines, a retro four-seat steampunk flying machine that banks, loops and dives giving riders a feeling of weightlessness while soaring five stories above ground.

The Joker Carnival of Chaos is a 17-story-tall pendulum ride that reaches speeds of up to 75 miles per hour. WONDER WOMAN Golden Lasso Coaster is a thrilling roller coaster that features a 90-degree drop and a unique single I-beam rail with riders seated single file. Riders have unobstructed views as they twist and turn above the stunning 100-feet tall quarry walls.

Iron Rattler, a snake-themed coaster made of wood and steel, has a 180-foot drop, four overbanked turns and an inverted barrel roll. The SkyScreamer swing ride spins visitors around a 200-foot tower at speeds up to 40 mph; the floorless Superman Krypton Coaster provides twists, turns, loops and corkscrews; and BATMAN: The Ride is a four-dimension coaster flipping riders head over heels at least six times. Pandemonium is a spinning coaster, Pirates of the Deep Sea is an interactive family ride, and Bugs' White Water Rapids is a log flume ride.

In early spring, Six Flags Fiesta Texas will bring back a Mardi Gras Festival featuring authentic parade floats, a variety of Mardi-Gras-themed food and drink along with décor throughout the park. Weekends in October offer haunted houses, spooky-themed attractions, Halloween shows and coaster riding in the dark, and Holiday in the Park is celebrated from late November to early January.

Food is available. Time: Allow 4 hours minimum.

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