Goat Cart Ride
1961 - 1963
One Rollercoaster - Two Names
The Sidewinder has the distinction of being the first roller coaster at Six Flags. It was also the only roller coaster in the park for the first four years of operations.
Although the Native Americans did not have a flag to be recognized in the park’s theme, they did play an important role in the development of Texas. As such, an area representing their contribution was appropriate.
Casa Magnetica is one of the oldest remaining attractions in the park. It is known as the "crooked house" by many guests. It first opened in 1962, for the park's second season. At one point in the 1980's it was rethemed as a different attraction. It was, however, soon returned to the "Crooked House".
Added with the ten new rides for 2006 was the La Fiesta De Las Tazas, which roughly translates to the "Party of the Cups". This teacup ride was added in the Mexican section.