As GlobeSt.compreviously reported, the dispositions were part of a nine-parkportfolio Six Flags put up for sale last year.


The acquired parks include a 978-acre combination theme andwater park resort with 43 rides in Darien Lake in Buffalo; a62-acre combination theme and water park with 53 rides in ElitchGardens, CO; Frontier City, a 113-acre western theme park with 34rides in Oklahoma City; White Water Bay, a 21-acre tropical themedwater park in Oklahoma City; Splashtown, a 53-acre water park with13 water rides in Houston; Waterworld, a 23-acre water park withmore than 20 rides in Concord, CA; and Wild Waves & EnchantedVillage, a 67-acre combination theme and water park with 55 ridesin Seattle.


In an earlier article Parc Management's CEO Randal Drew, the company plans to realign the operational strategyof the parks to focus on regional markets. "These are notableproperties and we believe our business processes aimed at guestsafety and satisfaction will help make them even more attractiveregional family entertainment destinations in the years to come,"he says. Parc Management is an affiliate of Parc 7F-Operations.


Six Flags, which was founded in 1961, is considered the world'slargest theme park company and is headquartered here.

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