I travelled north yesterday to Eureka, Missouri to visit Six Flags St. Louis. Overall, the day was enjoyable. But I guess I’m spoiled by Six Flags Great America, the staff, customer service, cleanliness, etc., just doesn’t seem up to par. Don’t get me wrong though, the park is nice. But I believe there is always room for improvement.
This seems like a good deal to me!
I love the miniature versions of anything – log flumes included.
Any boat ride where you’re allowed to shoot things gets my seal of approval.
Enough of the family rides though, I decided to challenge the park’s tallest coaster, Mr. Freeze.
I can’t decide whether or not I really like this ride. The launch is excellent, as well as the entire forward half of the ride. But going through the elements backwards always leaves me with a headache.
I do enjoy chilling at the top of the spike.
The park has other coasters, though, like Tony Hawk’s Big Spin.
And who could forget Batman: The Ride? I believe my head is finally adjusting to the powerful forces unleashed by this ride!
Ninja… I could take it or leave it. But it’s not Iron Wolf bad!
Last, but not least, is Screamin’ Eagle.
Never on a coaster have I thought that I might return to the station paralyzed. Six Flags St. Louis regulars: Is this normal or was the ride having a bad day? I literally was worried my spine was going to break.
I disagree, Skittles, I disagree.
You’re guaranteed to have a good ride on Batman!
I like the St. Louis Batman. It’s a little more open than Great America’s.
The lines weren’t bad – I was able to reride the ride without even having to leave the station!
Photo op time!
Does anyone else think this is a bad idea?
Alright, I’ve put you through enough Batman photos for now!
Even though Ninja is not ALL Arrow, I do like to pretend it is.
Lost Parents should always look for the red caboose!
Six Flags St. Louis is beautifully-landscaped.
Send your kids here!
It looks like they really had to squeeze Superman: Tower of Power into this section of the park!
The Boss, unfortunately the longest wait of the day because someone couldn’t hold down their lunch.
Can this please be the next Six Flags wooden coaster to get the Texas Giant treatment?
I might be able to re-ride it.
Well that’s nice. But what about midgets?
Evel Knievel, the most re-rideable wooden coaster at the park!
Can you see a bit of Texas Giant in this ride? I can!
I decided to return to the Studio Backlot for a few more spins on Batman.
I didn’t know there were palm trees in Missouri!
This train stopped for a few minutes but was on its way in less than ten minutes.
“Swoosh!” says Batman: The Ride.
Mr. Freeze vs. Colossus… who will prevail?
It’s tall, that’s for sure.
Are they going forwards or backwards? I can’t remember.
Here’s one for the kids back home.
Somebody just got wet!
Thanks for a great day, Six Flags St. Louis. If the park had a large, long steel coaster – it would have a great lineup! Let’s hope for the best!