Six Flags Carolina is located in Cary, North Carolina just a few miles outside of Raleigh. It opened in 2007 and has eight roller coasters.

History Edit

Six Flags opened Six Flags North Carolina in 2007 with three roller coasters. They were Tony Hawk's Big Spin, Apocalypse North Carolina, and Greezed Lightning. The park also featured various flat rides that opened throughout the season.

In 2008, Six Flags faced money problems and did not open any rides.

The company was, however, able to install two flat rides into the park in 2009.

When the Six Flags company emerged from bankruptcy in 2010, the park jumped at the opportunity of a new coaster. They subsequently built Fusion just in time for July 4th weekend.

In late 2010, the park announced that it would change its name. They removed the 'North' from the park and roller coaster name.

2011 saw the addition of more kid-friendly rides.

Batman: The Ride was added to the park lineup in 2012.

In 2013 and 2014, more flat rides were installed.

Full Throttle, a copy of Six Flags Magic Mountain's Full Throttle, opened in 2015.

In 2016, Six Flags Carolina received FLASH from Six Flags Bangor and opened it as Fiend. Joker's Jinx was also opened. Fright Fest was a new addition at the end of the year.

For the 2017 season, the park opened Superman: Ultimate Flight, a B&M Flying Coaster. Carolina also added Harley Quinn Spinsanity and Wonder Woman: Lasso of Truth.

The park will open Hurricane Harbor for the 2018 season. The attractions that will open with the section are Commotion Ocean, Cyclone Falls, Bonzai Pipelines, Tornado, and The Nile.


Themed Areas Edit

Roller coastersEdit

Flat rides (thrill)Edit

Flat rides (family)Edit

Flat rides (kiddie)Edit

  • Roundabout (2007)
  • Loli Swing (2007)
  • Crazy Bus (2007)
  • Frog Hopper (2007)
  • Dropper (2011)
  • Wacky Wheel (2011)

Hurricane Harbor Edit

  • Commotion Ocean (2018)
  • Cyclone Falls (2018)
  • Bonzai Pipelines (2018)
  • Tornado (2018)
  • The Nile (2018)