Six Flags New England: The Good, The Bad and The Meh

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  1. Charlie says:

    Former season passholder here. They killed the goliath, jacked up the price of passes and haven’t replaced staff. Extra $7 for the Waterpark that can only keep half of its attractions open? Nah. Most of the employees there could care less. This park needs new owners

  2. Nathan says:

    I have a membership pass that’s not even available on their website anymore (it’s called something else and is way more expensive now). I got a bump up to free parking, free drinks, and few other things during the pandemic (for keeping it unlike most people). I only go once a year to make it worth keeping. Sometimes, I’ll go on 5 or 6 rides then leave – it is really sad. I think even St. Louis is more fun IMO. It is better than Lake Compounce though. I think next year, I’m going to visit Canobie Lake. I’m from Rhode Island and don’t get me started on Rocky Point not being here. I miss the days of living in Indiana and having my pick of the litter with theme parks. I am going to Great Adv next month and am stoked because it’s been about 5 years. The whole section along the pond has been built up (was an empty stage show and grass when I was their last)

  3. Need an improvement in service quality.

  4. Carl says:

    I totally agree the need a better coaster than superman ergo a new faster longer B&M COASTER LIKE FURY 325 AND A GREAT LAUNCH COASTER UNLIKE THE TINY SHORT ONES LIKE IN SIX FLAGS magic mountain something unique 😀

  5. woodoku says:

    SkyScreamer offers views of the park and river that are just incredible.

  6. Sean says:

    I agree but WCyclone is better than Twisted timbers new england needs a I305 giga (kidding) since they removed that green eyesore they can take out the other useless coaster right next to it and thst would leave big footprint for maybe an RMC dingle rail or a launch coaster

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