No date yet for Six Flags reopening, but when it does it will take reservations


None of the Six Flags theme parks, including Six Flags St. Louis, are open yet and there is no announcement on when they will reopen, but when they do it will come with a reservation system.

Six Flags, the world’s largest regional theme park company and the largest operator of waterparks in North America, announced last week that the eventual reopening of its parks will come with the launch of an innovative new guest reservation system to enforce social distancing in the time of COVID-19.

Every guest with a single-day ticket, group ticket, Membership, or Season Pass will be required to make a reservation for a specific visit date at The process will take about 5-7 minutes, during which guests will complete the following steps:

  • Enter their online order number, ticket number, or Membership/Season Pass number;
  • Select the date they want to visit, and the approximate time they wish to enter the park;
  • Watch a brief video that describes new social distancing and sanitization procedures;
  • Acknowledge their understanding of the company’s health policy; and
  • Order prepaid parking, if they do not already have a pass.

If all reservations for a particular date are taken, guests will have the option to join a waitlist and Six Flags will contact them automatically if additional inventory is released or a guest cancels. Guests will be contacted electronically (either by email, text, or both) the day before their scheduled visit to confirm their intent to visit and to remind them of the company’s health policy. Guests may cancel their reservation without penalty any time before 8 a.m. local time on the day of their scheduled visit.

Those without advance reservations will not be allowed to enter. For more information, visit