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Hey! What Happened to Six Flags Elitch Gardens?

By April 23, 2007

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Late last year, debt-saddled Six Flags sold seven of its parks, including Elitch Gardens in Denver, CO, to PARC Operations Corp., a Florida-based company. If you're planning to visit the former Six Flags parks, you might find it a little confusing to find info, but rest assured, all seven of them either already have or will be opening shortly for the 2007 season. And I've updated all of my listings to reflect the parks' new Web sites and, in some cases, new names. Elitch Gardens and Darien Lake (near Buffalo, NY) both dropped the "Six Flags" from their names. Enchanted Village and Wild Waves in Seattle, WA, now goes by the single name, Wild Waves. Other parks no longer under the Six Flags banner include White Water Bay water park and Frontier City theme park in Oklahoma City, OK, Splashtown water park in Houston, TX, and Waterworld water park in Concord, CA. To find up-to-date info about all of the former Six Flags theme parks (or any theme park, for that matter), you can search for parks by state or search for parks by the name of the parks. For the water parks, you can search for water parks by state or search for water parks by the name of the parks.
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