I returned to the park before opening the next day on Sunday. I was hopeful when it came to riding Georgia Scorcher. A crew showed up and Maintenance cycled the trains.
Crowds were starting to build but didn't worry me.
Similar to Six Flags Great America, we were held at the underpass of the train.
I had two more coasters to hit up. These being DareDevil Dive and Batman. I knew Batman wouldn't be an issue as it's a B&M with relatively good capacity. So I went straight to DareDevil Dive.
My ride was enjoyable. Since I got the front row, I opted to not use the Virtual Reality Goggles to experience "The New Revolution." The ride itself was great.
However, when we came back into the station the crew announced that they were experiencing some technical difficulties. From what I could tell the car would not dispatch properly. We waited for about fifteen minutes for Maintenance to arrive and get everything up and running.
Batman had no line as I predicted so I gladly took front row.
The theming within Gotham City is under-appreciated and done rather well, especially for Six Flags.
Personally, it was interesting to find these warning signs scattered throughout the park.
After riding all of the coasters that Six Flags Over Georgia had to offer, DareDevil Dive was ultimately my favorite. Right next to DareDevil Dive is what seems to be a 3D Theater that is only open during Fright Fest. This reminded me a lot of Cedar Fair parks, as they set up separate building for their haunts instead of using storage spaces.
Being with my mother, she can't handle rollercoasters as easily as myself or my father. We had to do Monster Mansion at least one more time. This time around there was less of a line but just as bit odd and confusing.
Now being about one o clock, my folks and I headed back towards SkyScreamer to break for lunch. Our lunch was at Miner's Cookhouse.
The theming in LickSkillet was the best in the park if you ask me. Yes, even better than Gotham City.
I couldn't resist getting the Bacon Cheeseburger with fries. On my way out The ShenaniGuns Wild West Comedy Show was going on so I watched a couple minutes of that before moving on.
Speaking of SkyScreamer, I passed it up at this park because I've already been on three other ones at Six Flags Great Adventure, Six Flags St. Louis and Six Flags Discovery Kingdom.
Some might say this next coaster looks like Velociraptor from Vacation. (2015) You would be absolutely correct for the time it was released. However it is being repainted and was being advertised as "New Ninja" during my visit. We now know that Six Flags Over Georgia is accepting votes to name the coaster when it reopens.
The park has adopted an adaptation of Trump's Campaign slogan urging their consumers to make "Ninja" great again. The three options are American Eagle, Blue Hawk, and Air Commander. My personal pick is Blue Hawk because it fits the new scheme and doesn't take away the unique name of the racing wooden coaster at Great America. Finally knowing how the public can be, I feel that Air Commander would get confused with DareDevil Dive as they would both deal with aviation.
My mother is a fan of bumper cars as we can all enjoy them as a family so we passed up Superman to do them.
The last thing I did with my folks before parting was ride the carousel. It may not be significant to others, but this particular carousel has a surprising history. It was originally at Riverview Park in my hometown of Chicago, that was until the park closed in 1967. Interesting how Six Flags opened and received it right after in my opinion.
At this point, we split and I met up with some friends who are fellow American Coaster Enthusiasts. They were oddly intrigued by Splash Water Falls. However, we moved right along and rode Goliath together before splitting up once again.
These Coke Bottles reminded me of the one that used to be at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Florida, where the cap would lift periodically and spectators would get drizzled.
Goliath is easily the most photogenic ride in the entire park.
DareDevil Dive would have to be the second.
Goliath is full of Positive and Negative-Gs but paces them throughout the layout.
Speaking of Airtime...
Unfortunately Georgia Scorcher never opened for me. Well That just gives me another reason to visit again.
Goliath has a wonderful Airtime Buffet that speeds past the entrance, into the park and through trees.
Georgia Cyclone was not as bad as people make it out to be but it isn't anything special either.
After riding Acrophobia, I decided to take the Sky Buckets back to Lick Skillet to catch the 3:00 ShenaniGuns Wild West Comedy Show.
Even though I had watched a little bit of the show already, I had no idea what I was in for.
The show had a lot of dialogue and quick jokes that flew right over the kiddies heads.
Moving on. I couldn't help but take some more pictures of "The New Ninja."
Why the park is painting certain parts of the track before others is up in the air.
#SFOGTHRILLS continue this summer!
Being better than Cyclone and having a shorter line, I had to give The Great American Scream Machine another try, this time with my dad.
Now being back we my folks, we grabbed dinner at Macho Nacho.
I had to get one more ride in on Goliath so I wrapped around the corner and entered the queue.
Finally I ended the night with a ride on the Park's Log Flume, Log Jamboree.