Changes Coming to Six Flags Magic Mountain in 2018


As you walk in you notice something missing….


No more Cold Stones Creamery in sight! 

Oh, the horror…the only place t get some refreshing ice cream in this warm Cali weather will be one of the ice cream stands or settle for dipping dots…

Overheard from an employee that Cold Stone’s contract with Six Flags MM ended in 2017. So both Cold Stones locations are vacant now. Rumor has it, maybe another ice cream place may replace it or a cafe or coffee shop. I am excited to see what it will be! Stay with us and we will keep you posted!

What would you guys like to see go in these vacant buildings???


And a restaurant closed.

This was Los Cuates Mexican restaurant next to the go carts. Per the sign at the window, we are redirected to Food Etc. by Goliath if we want to indulge in Six Flag’s Mexican food options. I did not get a chance to try the food from this location I kept putting it off, now I guess we miss out on it.

Did any one got a chance to try their food let me know what did you like ?


Lots of construction going on inside Six Flags Magic Mountain:

The Scrambler is closed down, probably in preparation for the re-do of the bumper cars.


The demolition of the bumper car area has began.


Continued construction site on what will be the new Crazanity ride. Here are some behind the scenes pics.


And painting has begun on the new rethemed “Boardwalk” in the carnival game area near Crazanity.


As well as lots more construction going on right outside of Six Flags.


There is a very large lot behind Apocalypse that is being worked on by big trucks.

Speculation is that this will be a housing track – I would think the noise would bother some people as the construction is literally on the road right behind the Apocalypse ride.

For me personally, would have thought it would be awesome for Six Flags to offer their employees discounted housing, but who am I kidding? That’s very unlikely…

What do you think will be going in behind Six Flags Magic Mountain?


New Year, New Six Flags MM: Free Goodies & Improvements to the Park

New Six Flags Magic Mountain sign to remind everyone, the thrill capitol of the world will be open 365 day a year.

IMG_0521[1]I miss the old Six Flags entrance sign, but this is cool too.

For being one of the first 365 visitor each (Jan 8th-13th) day Six Flags was giving some items away.

I was able to visit on the 12th, and this is what I got:

I visited again on the 13th, and I say this was better swag than the day before:

No more Christmas tree, instead we have freshly planted flowers and small shrubs in the DC area.IMG_0497

Also some clean up and pruning, in preparation for spring roses near the Scream! ride.IMG_0493[1]

Also some work was being done in the back of Six Flags Emporium.


For those who say Magic Mountain is dirty and not kept up, I would disagree. I do believe they care about the aesthetics of the park and are actively trying to improve.

What do you think?


Magic Mountain January Announcements 2018

Six Flags Magic Mountain is kicking off their new operating schedule for the 2018 season with some give-aways and promotional offers.

Magic Mountain announce they will be open 365 consecutive days, this began back in Dec. 18th of 2017 and they will stay open everyday until Dec. 5th of 2018.


First of, Six Flags has a challenge for us, thrill-seekers:

Be the pass holder to visit SFMM the most times in 2018

& WIN an “All-In 2019 Season Pass”

Challenge accepted anyone??

So far no details are given on what is included in the “All-In 2019 Season Pass,” but my guess is it will be an all-inclusive Magic Mountain & Hurricane Harbor park pass with a dining meal. But all that is just speculation, looking forward to seeing you the lucky Magic Mountain enthusiast will be to receive the “All-In 2019 Season Pass.”


Secondly, SF Magic Mountain will have a special event the second week of January:

The first 365 visitors to the park each day, from Jan 9th – 13th will receive FREE GIFTS – while supplies last, of course.

SEE YOU THERE! I look forward to seeing what goodies we will handed out.


And lastly, every month we will get a special treat – discounted food and retail items!

The first 5 days of every month, exclusive food and retail items will only be $3.65.

Now compared to some regular prices and food and retail, this seems like a nice discount – but we will have to wait and see if any of these items are actually items I would buy.


Holiday in the Park

Hey there Thrill-Seeker!

Welcome to our first of many more to come.

Today I wanted to share with you our experiences at Six Flags Magic Mountain, highlighting their holiday season which started Nov. 18 and ended December 31st. The winter wonderland has officially come to an end so lets take you through Holiday in the Park at Six Flags Magic Mountain.


Here is some of the winter wonderland Magic Mountain set up for Holiday in the Park:


There were a few sections of the park dedicated to the holiday events:

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A couple s’more stations were set up throughout the park, in front of Katy’s Kettle and Metro Pub.

Full Throttle Nightly entertainment with live DJ, Mistletones, and more.

Holiday Carolers near the entrance.

Areas are set up near Six Flags Emporium with large ornaments to sit on or stand in front of where you and your loved one can take your own photos.

A light show located at DC Universe.

And Kwerkmas, a holiday acrobatic show at the Gearworks Theatre.


Six Flags offered a variety of holiday food options for a limited time. Hot chocolate, champurrado, tamales (chicken & beef), mint chocolate ice cream funnel cake, pumpkin spice churros, and s’mores.