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Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Of course we could care less about a dance party...and the fact that had I danced it would probably would have scared guests away from the park for the rest of their lives.

The River King Mine Train Rollercoaster at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

What we cared about was heading up the hill for coasters.

Just a little tip for visiting Six Flags St. Louis when the ropes drop everyone tends to head for American Thunder or Batman as they are right there in the front of the park.  No one heads up the hill to the back of the park.  Those who do are rewarded with no lines and the option to sit on a coaster and ride it over and over again.

The River King Mine Train Rollercoaster at Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Over and over again is what we did on the River King Mine Train before heading further up the hill.

Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

An interesting change from last year is they removed the large walls that obstructed the now empty Tidal Wave site.  You know Six Flags corporate as Six Flags St. Louis was a revenue source for you in 2020 unlike parks like Six Flags Magic Mountain or Six Flags Great America why not put a little additional investment in right here.  I mean a coaster like a RMC Raptor like the one you have sitting unassembled for Magic Mountain would fit wonderfully in this spot and would bring more guests to this forgotten gem of a park.

Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Despite my annoyance with Six Flags corporate and how they neglect many parks like St. Louis when it comes to large investment it was nice seeing the park working on a bunch of little improvements to the park like this new seating area by Fireball.
 


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