Six Flags Over Georgia Fright Fest 2015


I love the month of October in Georgia.  There are so many great opportunities available for families to connect.  From Oakland Cemetery’s Sunday in the Park to the multitude of fairs, festivals, and pumpkin patches, families are sure to create some wonderful memories while enjoying the cool, crisp weather.  Why not consider a new tradition and go to Six Flags for their annual Fright Fest.

Feast your eyes on the spookiest and most thrilling Halloween event of the year at Fright Fest, select nights through November 1 at Six Flags Over Georgia. Fright Fest offers plenty of haunted houses, spooky shows, frightening rides and scarezones. Daytime activities include treats for the little ghouls and goblins, and at night, watch those same ghouls come to life!


Lickskillet Harvest Festival

Bring the entire family to the Lickskillet Harvest Festival to enjoy arts and crafts, photo opportunities and even pain your own pumpkin it take home!

Bugs Bunny’s Spooky Town

There are no tricks, just treats when you hang out in Spooky Town with your favorite Looney Tunes pals. Stay deep into the night and stop by the Ghoul-B-Gone station to fend off our big monsters.


Spooky Stories

Parents and kis alike are sure to enjoy these frightfuly-fun and scary stories told at the Bugs Bunny World Theater!

Costume Contest

Compare your costume to those of your favorite Looney Tunes friends in this daily event at the Bugs Bunny World Theater! (Only children ages 12 and under are allowed to wear costumes to Six Flags Over Georgia. No masks or scary/gory costumes allowed.)

McBoogles-Hanson Cars

Read about the adventures of the McBoogle family as you take a leisurely drive on the Hanson Cars.

World-Class Roller Coasters and Attractions

All of our rides are open all day and night long for you to enjoy!

Fright by Night

As the night creeps over the Georgia skies, the creatures and things that go bump in the night take over and transform the park. Our lineup of exclusive and nail-biting haunted houses will leave you screaming. Be sure to stay on your toes as there’s something lurking around every corner especially in our scarezones. This year, Six Flags Over Georgia has added three new scare zones that will challenge even the bravest souls and create new nightmares for those of the faint of heart. You never know if something is watching from behind, or waiting for you to cross its frightening path.

The Mourning

A scare zone at the front of the park, where the dead walk and vultures feast.

Southern Cemetery

A scare zone, where evil spirits awaken the dead and offer the chance to indulge in one of Miss Dixie’s all-new Evil Spirited drinks.

Big Top Terror

A scare zone, with clowns of all shapes and sizes, along with sinister laughs in the all-new Curtain Chaos Maze and Tunnel of Blood.

Dr. Fright’s Frightorium 3-D

A haunted indoor maze, where an evil doctor is experimenting on his patients, trying to bring his wife and daughter back from the dead.

Bayou Bloodlust

A haunted outdoor maze through a swamp infested with evil voodoo priestess and her army of zombies and horrid creatures.

Miss Dixie’s Awakening

A new live show inside of Miss Dixie’s Evil Spirits with drinks, music and dead entertainment.

Fear Riders

 A scare zone, featuring an infectious group of vampire bikers who can’t wait to sink their fangs into those who stand in their roadway.

Fright Faced

A new interactive scare zone where park guests can take photos with the zombies, monsters and other scare actors lurking in their path, and get frightened by other attractions.


Social Media Connections

Six Flags Over Georgia Website

Six Flags Over Georgia Facebook

Six Flags Over Georgia Twitter

Six Flags Over Georgia 2016 Season Passes are now on sale and provide unlimited visits for the rest of the 2015 season (including Fright Fest® and Holiday in the Park®) and all of 2016. For a limited time, with the purchase of a Season Pass four-pack or more, guests will receive a free upgrade to a Gold Season Pass which includes free admission to both Six Flags Over Georgia and Six Flags White Water, along with free season parking and visits to any Six Flags Theme Park with every pass.

Passholders may also purchase a Gold Season Dining Pass, which includes a lunch, dinner, and snack during every park visit, plus they will receive a 2016 All Season Sport Bottle for unlimited drink refills. Gold Season Dining Passes may be used at any Six Flags theme park.

Disclaimer:  This is not a sponsored post in anyway.  Just bringing my readers information on some great things to do this Fall in Georgia.  Images and information taken from the Six Flags over Georgia Fright Fest website.  For more information, visit

4 thoughts on “Six Flags Over Georgia Fright Fest 2015

  1. Julie Wood says:

    I think this would be an amazing place to go over the Halloween month to take in all the scary sites and have fun with the family!

  2. sallygg says:

    We lived by Chicago for 7 years & I never got a chance to go to Fright Night there! My husband always took the older kids & I stayed with the little ones. They always loved it & talked about it for weeks! 🙂

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