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Apr 4, 2013 - Six Flags America in Maryland

Six Flags America in Mitchellville, Maryland, offers a full day of fun for charter bus visitors with more than 100 rides, shows and the largest water park in the Washington, DC area. The amusement park has 7 roller coasters with names like Wild One, Joker’s Jinx and Superman Ride of Steel. Family rides at Six Flags America include The Penguin’s Blizzard River, the traditional Tea Cups, and The Great Race. Younger kids can enjoy the Looney Tunes Movie Town, where they can meet Bugs Bunny. Hurricane Harbor features one of the largest wave pools in the country, water slides, inner tube flume, lazy river, splash pool and more. Pay a visit to Six Flags America with a bus, charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Bus Charter Maryland.

Six Flags America promises fun for the entire family on a charter bus visit. This location of Six Flags America was originally built as Wild World water park in 1982. The water park went bankrupt in 1990 and was sold to new owners and was renamed Adventure World in 1991. In 1999, the park was bought by the regional theme park company, Six Flags America, and expanded to include roller coasters and rides based on DC Comics characters such as Superman and The Joker.

Hurricane Harbor water park at Six Flags America features ZoomAzon Falls, an Amazonian-themed forest is a firm favorite with charter bus visitors, where you take in a spectacular view before choosing one of four, twisting, turning, body slides, each enhanced by waterfalls, tropical décor, jungle soundtracks, and more. For summer of 2013, an all new waterslide complex will be unveiled. The all-new, first of its kind in the world Bonzai Pipelines, a 65 foot tall water slide complex, will feature six outrageously fast and intense drop launch looping body slides.

The Apocalypse is Six Flag America’s eighth roller coaster and first stand-up experience. The end of the world adventure takes charter bus visitors on a 100-foot ascent, hurtling along the 2,900-foot steel track at 55 miles-per-hour speeds, with hairpin turns and pulse-pounding inversions. For the younger members of your charter bus group, Whistlestop Park is a new family entertainment area that doubles the number of attractions at Six Flags America for charter bus visitors, featuring eight new rides and attractions including Happy Junction, Sky Jumper, Splash Zone, Up Up and Away, Whistlestop Bus Line, Whistlestop Park Playground, Whistlestop Train and Whistlestop Whirlybirds.

Six Flags America opens for the 2013 season on March 23 and is open daily for Spring Break March 28 through April 7 and then weekends in April and May, with daily operation resuming Memorial Day weekend. Hurricane Harbor begins its season on Saturday, May 25. Plan your visit to Six Flags America with a charter bus from Bus Charter Maryland and have the time of your life.