Six Flags over Texas is the first Six Flags park built
After over a year since Lake Shernview was closed down and abandoned. Six Flags, which owns 7 parks including their recent addition, Great America, decided to buy Lake Shernview. So what does Six Flags plan to do with the new park? In addition to buying the park, Six Flags announced that they are adding a new stand up roller coaster and an enterprise ride. No names has been announced yet, including what the park will be called, but an interesting backstory on the new coaster: Six Flags purchased 2 stand up coasters. One is going to Six Flags Magic Mountain as ShockWave, while the other one was supposed to go to Six Flags over Georgia under the same name. Six Flags decided to send the roller coaster to their recent park, Lake Shernview instead of Six Flags over Georgia.
So pull your lap bars down and put your hands in the air, Lake Shernview is reopening for 1986!
I thought the Six Flags Transformation would happen in 2000 anyway will the Stand Up Coaster be built where Thunderbird was or somewhere else in the park also New Tagline: A member of the Six Flags Family if it retains the same name if not
Suggestions/Ideas/Predictions under the Six Flags please note that these are Suggestions/predictions/ideas that might not actually happen
New Wooden Coaster by Dinn Corporation in 1989 Looney Tunes Adventures- 1991 Coaster Sacrifice in Ride Exchange Program -end of 1992 Vekoma Boomerang-1994 Hopkins Splash Boat ride-1995 Vekoma SLC-1996 (Only If no Batman Coaster opened by then)
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