Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some frequently asked questions about GuideToSFoT. FAQs for Six Flags over Texas can be found here instead.
Is this the official Six Flags over Texas website?
Absolutely not! Guide to SFoT is an unofficial fan site for Six Flags over Texas. We are not endorsed, sponsored by, or affiliated with the park in any way. Do not use our contact form to send us park-specific questions that are better answered by Six Flags over Texas’ Guest Services. To visit the official Six Flags over Texas website, click here.
Why is the manufacturer of various rides listed as Arrow Development? Wasn't it Arrow Dynamics?
Before it went bankrupt and was purchased by S&S Worldwide, Arrow Dynamics was one of the most authoritative amusement ride designer/manufacturers in the world. The company’s rides dominated in popularity throughout the 1970s and 1980s. The reason we list the manufacturer of rides like El Aserradero and the Mine Train as “Arrow Development” is because this was the company’s name while those attractions were created. Arrow Development later changed their name to Arrow Dynamics after creating numerous rides for Six Flags over Texas.
Why a guide for Six Flags over Texas?
Why not? Six Flags over Texas is not only a theme park full of world-class roller coasters and thrill rides, but it’s also a park rich in history and was the park t hat started the Six Flags brand and chain. A number of theme park firsts occurred at Six Flags over Texas and it continues to reinvent itself with continual improvements and new rides while maintaining many of its historical roots. Many also consider SFoT to be one of the more underrated Six Flags parks, often being overshadowed by parks with larger or record-breaking attractions like Six Flags Magic Mountain, Six Flags Great Adventure, and Six Flags over Georgia.