Welcome to Six Flags Great America
The Columbia Carousel welcomes guests to the park
The upper level features only horses and the lower level features a menagerie of different animals
Condor. These Huss rides are becoming rare and its always fun to find one still in operation.
Superman Ultimate Flight is the park's B&M flying coaster. This coaster is a lot of fun even if the loading situation takes forever.
The Dark Knight Coaster is a fun indoor themed mouse coaster.
This coaster would probably be pretty boring outside. However, this one is indoors and has several great thematic elements that create a fun ride experience.
The Joker is a S&S Freestyle coaster. These coasters are starting to really pop up all of the place. They are so much fun and are have a high re-rideability.
Vertical Velocity is a blast.
Whirligig is a wonderful swing ride located in Yankee Harbor
Batman the Ride is the original B&M inverted rollercoaster.
Goliath is the park's RMC wooden coaster.
This is really one of the best rides in the park
The park has a great bit of nostalgia in the Little Dipper. This wooden coaster used to operate at Kiddieland which is a now defunct park in the Chicago area.
Sprocket Rocket is the park's kiddie coaster. It actually packs a punch for a kiddie ride.
A giant wall of white wood dominates one side of the park. It is the imposing structure of American Eagle, a pair of racing wooden coasters.
X-Flight is the B&M wing coaster. It has a couple of "near miss" key holes that the coaster navigates during its course.
Demon is the park's Arrow looper. It has some fun thematic elements along the course.
Justice League: Battle for Metropolis is the park's indoor dark ride.
Ricochet is a fun flat ride. It really produces some amazing G-forces
The Giant Drop is the park's drop tower. It really offers some great visuals from the top... before you drop.
Chubasco is the park's themed tea cup ride. I really like the setting
Still the king of the park. Raging Bull, the park's B&M megacoaster, towers over everything.
Viper is the park's twisted wooden coaster. A modified clone version of the Coney Island Cyclone, it provides plenty of airtime.
Whizzer is the park's historic Schwarzkopf coaster. I love coasters like this because it reminds me of the Zambezi Zinger, which was one of my first coasters.
The park has a new coaster coming later this summer - Maxx Force
This coaster might have an extremely short layout, but it will have a high level of thrill to it.
I guess we'll just have to ride it next time. It was promising that they were actually testing it while we are there. It's just too bad that Six Flags cannot open their rides on schedule.