Rennsporplatz

1992 - 1997 | Spassburg

  • A Mason-Corp Kiddie Roller Racers attraction.


Lone Star Christmas/Holiday in the Park

1994 - 1997 | Park-Wide

  • 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.


Cap'n Willie's Shrimpboat

1994 - 1998 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • A Kiddie Play Ship attraction.


Bayside Paddle Boats

1994 - 1998 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • A Paddle Boats attraction that once occupied the current Hurricane Force 5 location.


Seaside Golf

1994 - 1998 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • A Mini Golf attraction that once occupied the current Poltergeist location.


Tadpole Pond

1996 - 1998 | White Water Bay

  • A Children's Pool attraction.


Sandy Bottoms

1996 - 1998 | White Water Bay

  • A Sand Volleyball Court attraction.


The Gusher

1992 - 1999 | White Water Bay

  • A Open Raft Slide attraction that featured both a wet and dry slide.


Boardwalk Canyon Blaster in the Fiesta Texas parking lot. Credit: Lone Star Thrills

Boardwalk Canyon Blaster

Never Installed | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • 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.


Daffy's Duckaneer

1999 - 2000 | Crackaxle Canyon

  • A Startori Swinging Ship attraction that was relocated to Six Flags St. Louis.


Joker's Revenge at Fiesta Texas in the late 1990s.

Joker's Revenge

1996 - 2001 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • A Vekoma Hurricane roller coaster that once occupied the current Pandemonium location. It was SBNO for the 2002 season and eventually relocated to Six Flags New Orleans in 2003.


Screamin' Skycoaster

1995 - 2001 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • A Skycoaster attraction that was relocated to the Texas State Fair.


Triple Dipper

1992 - 2002 | White Water Bay

  • A Body Slide attraction that featured two slides.


Chaos at Fiesta Texas during the 2003 season. Credit: Jason Knutson

Chaos

1995 - 2005 | Rockville

  • A Chance Chaos attraction that once occupied current Wonder Woman Golden Lasso Coaster location (Amerigoround occupied this location from 2009-2017). Relocated to Kemah Boardwalk.


Turbo Bungy

2001 - 2005 | Crackaxle Canyon

  • A Eurobungy attraction that once occupied the current Whirlpool/Big Bender location (White Water Bay attractions added in 2006).


Splash Water Springs

1992 - 2005 | White Water Bay

  • Former children's area in water park. Replaced with a new Splash Water Springs area/attraction in 2006.


Ol' Swimmin' Hole

1996 - 2005 | White Water Bay

  • A Family Play Area attraction inside the water park.


Crackaxle Springs

1996 - 2005 | White Water Bay

  • An Adult Swim Area attraction inside the water park.


The Wipeout

1994 - 2006 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • A Chance Wipeout attraction that was SBNO for the 2003-2006 seasons.


Tempest

2002 - 2006 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • A Gravity Works Skyscraper attraction once located behind Thunder Beach Speedway. Removed for the addition of Pandemonium.


Der Fliegenzirkus

1992 - 2008 | Spassburg

  • A Kiddie Biplane Ride that was removed for the addition of Kidzopolis (then known as Wiggle's World).


Kinderwagen

1992 - 2008 | Spassburg

  • A Kiddie Bumper Cars attraction that was located in the current Buckarooz location. Was removed for the addition of Kidzopolis.


Frosty's Snow Chutes

2008 - 2010 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • A short-lived snow hill attraction that was active in the park during Holiday in the Park. Was located near the current Hurricane Force 5 location.


Wagon Wheel when it operated at Fiesta Texas.

Wagon Wheel

1996 - 2011 | Crackaxle Canyon

  • A Schwarzkopf Enterprise attraction that was relocated to Fiesta Texas from Six Flags Over Texas (Spinnaker). Texas Gunslinger now currently occupies the location.


Motorama once occupied Rockville.

Motorama

1992 - 2014 | Rockville

  • A Morgan Sports Car Ride attraction. Once occupied the current Batman: The Ride location.


Little Castaways

1994 - 2015 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • A Ride Works Teacups attraction that once occupied the current Spinsanity location.


S.S. Overboard was in the Fiesta Bay Boardwalk park area.

S.S. Overboard

1994 - 2015 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • A Chance Pharaoh's Fury attraction that once occupied the current Fireball location. Was SBNO for 2012-2015 seasons.


Frisbee when it was located in Los Festivales. Credit: ACE

Frisbee

1998 - 11/1/2015 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • 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.


Hill Country Racer when it was located in White Water Bay.

Hill Country Racer

2006 - 9/11/2016 | White Water Bay

  • A Proslide Technology, Inc. "ProRacer" attraction. Relocated from Six Flags AstroWorld after its closure. Once occupied the current Thunder Rapids Water Coaster location.


Power Surge once occupied Rockville.

Power Surge

1992 - 7/23/2017 | Rockville

  • An Intamin Shoot-the-Chutes attraction that once occupied the current location of Wonder Woman Golden Lasso Coaster.


Scooby-Doo Ghostblasters prior to closing.

Scooby-Doo Ghostblasters

2002 - 1/7/2018 | Fiesta Bay Boardwalk

  • 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.


Guests enjoying a ride on The Twister.

The Twister

1999 - 8/26/2018 | Spassburg

  • A Huss Top Spin attraction. The ride was removed during the 2018 season to make way for a new Zamperla Giant Discovery attraction named The Joker Wild Card.