Operated: 1994 - 1997
From 1994 to 1995, this festival was called Lone Star Christmas. Once Six Flags took over management of Fiesta Texas, the name was changed to Holiday in the Park for 1996 & 1997. This Christmas festival was discontinued, though a new inception of Holiday in the Park currently exists.
A Large Tivoli roller coaster Intended for the 2000 season. The ride was delivered to the park and added to the park maps but never installed. It was relocated to Parque Warner Madrid. Credit: Amusement Planet
Operated: March 14, 1992 - August 4, 2012
The Rattler was a wooden roller coaster designed by John Pierce. An original park attraction, The Rattler was the tallest and fastest wooden coaster in the world when it opened. The Rattler was closed in 2012 to undergo a hybrid transformation into Iron Rattler. Credit: Fiesta Texas
Operated: 1998 - November 1, 2015
A Huss Frisbee attraction. Was first installed in the current Boomerang location. With Boomerang's addition to the park, Frisbee was moved to Fiesta Bay Boardwalk. Frisbee occupied the current location of Hurricane Force 5 on Fiesta Bay Boardwalk. Credit: ACE
Operated: 2002 - January 7, 2018
A Sally Dark Ride (Interactive Shooter) attraction. Six Flags ended their licensing agreement to use the Scooby-Doo name. The ride was re-themed into Pirates of the Dark Sea.