Six Flags and White Water get new attractions next...
by Michelle Babcock
05:00 AM, Thursday, September 03
MARIETTA — Six Flags Over Georgia will introduce two new themed family areas next season featuring 12 attractions, and Six Flags White Water will open next season with a new 60-foot, six-person racing slide. Construction in both parks is expected ...

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