Six Flags Virginia is a defunct amusement park located in Richmond, Virginia. It was owned and operated by Six Flags at the time of it's closure.
The park opened in 1982 as Virginia County Fun Park. In 1984, it was bought and renamed by Six Flags. Due to Six Flags' financial issues and competition with Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Kings Dominion nearby, the park closed in 2006. All of the rides were relocated to Six Flags Discovery World in Michigan. The park was razed in 2007 and currently remains an empty field.
Roller coasters Edit
- Superman: Ultimate Flight - 2002 - A Vekoma Flying Dutchman coaster.
- Batman: The Escape - 1992 - A B&M standup coaster.
- Demon - 1985 - An Arrow Dynamics looping coaster.
- Roadrunner Railway - 1997 - A Zamperla family coaster.
- Mr. Six's Pandemonium - 2005 - A Gerstlauer spinning coaster.
- Kong - 1999 - A B&M "Batman" coaster.
- Goliath - 1990 - An Arrow Dynamics hyper coaster. Formerly known as "Shockwave" (1990-1999).
- The Joker's HyJinx - 1982 - A Huss Enterprise. Formerly known as "Enterprise".
- Acrophobia - 1998 - An Intamin drop tower.
- Six Flags 500 - 2000 - An upcharge go karts attraction.
- Cyclone - 2003 - A Huss Frisbee ride.
- Virginia Parkway - 1982 - A guided track antique car ride.
- Carousel - 1982 - An antique carousel.
Defunct Attractions Edit
- Kiddy Coaster - 1982 to 1996 - An Arrow Dynamics kiddie coaster. Replaced with Roadrunner Railway.
- Ninja - 1993 to 1998 - An Arrow Dynamics pipeline coaster. The only pipeline coaster in the world. Closed due to low ridership and mechanical issues. Replaced with Kong.