We received tickets to Six Flags Over Texas to check out the new Bugs Bunny BoomTown. All opinions are 100% my own.
Six Flags is a popular summer destination in Texas. In fact, we visited Six Flags twice this summer! But the fun doesn’t stop when school starts…Six Flags has festivals and family-friendly celebrations taking place all year long (I had no idea…but after learning more, I can’t wait to visit at Christmas time…more on that below).
We recently got to check out the new Bugs Bunny BoomTown at Six Flags over Texas and learn about the upcoming festivals. After you see what’s new and coming up over the next couple months, you’ll definitely want to add Six Flags to your Fall in North Texas “To-Do” list.
The first thing I want to tell you about is the new Bugs Bunny BoomTown. You may remember that a couple months ago I wrote a post about visiting Six Flags with toddlers and little kids – the awesome thing about Six Flags over Texas is that it *is* toddler and little kid-friendly. And the recently redesigned Bugs Bunny BoomTown makes it easier than ever for the whole family to enjoy the park.
The first thing you’ll notice about the new BoomTown is the GIANT play structure. Huge slides, lots of places to climb, tunnels and nets – your kids can entertain themselves here for hours. Seriously. Parents will appreciate shaded seating areas (and the padded playground flooring)!
The kids will love all of the rides. Even the babies can get in on the fun – many of the rides are suitable for the whole family. Kids will also love the fun, fresh new look – so many colors and fun characters everywhere!
My favorite part of the new Bugs Bunny BoomTown is how parent-friendly it is. Of course, there are tons of rides for the kids, and that is awesome! But there is also centrally located, covered seating. If you have an older child you can sit in one spot and let them do the rides by themselves. You can keep an eye on them from your location, but don’t have to wait in the lines or cram into the kid-sized roller coaster cars. Everybody wins!
Fright Fest – September 27-November 2. During the day, the park offers Halloween-themed shows and treats for families and young guests. Once it gets dark, the ghouls and zombies emerge as the park gets haunted!
Holiday in the Park – November 22-December 27. The largest holiday festival in North Texas, Holiday in the Park will delight with more than a million twinkling lights, campfires, hot cocoa, and of course…Santa! Be sure to check out the 60-foot tall Holiday Tree of Trees and visit Santa Land. This is on our list of things to do this winter – we’ve never been, and I plan on celebrating my birthday at Holiday in the Park!
Have you visited Six Flags Over Texas during Fright Fest or Holiday in the Park? I’d love to hear about it!