When Six Flags re-opens its amusement parks, you will need a reservation to go. A new reservation system was announced on Wednesday. The online reservation system will be to limit capacity and promote social distancing. Visitors will reserve a day as well as a time to arrive at the park so entryways will not be crowded. You will also have to pre-pay for parking online as well. Six Flags own 26 amusement parks throughout North America.
While Six Flags hasn't yet shared any reopening dates in mind for its 26 North American parks, it is requiring visitors to make advanced reservations to limit capacity and allow for social distancing.https://t.co/JWO6iLmxOL
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Where does going to an amusement park rank on your things-to-do list when facilities reopen?