Traveling to Six Flags? 5 Things You Need to Know

This summer, the Elite Landscaping Group, a Naperville landscaping company, took us to six flags for a picnic as a guest.  It is an annual celebration, and most of us are excited to visit the area. Whether you are part of the company outing or you want to visit the park, here are the following things that you should expect during your visit.

  1. Start from the back to the front

Because the Six Flags located in Huntley IL in Chicago Suburbs is big, it is easy to get lost with the rides that will catch your attention. What we did was that we started from the back part of the park to the front. We manage to experience a lot of rides, and when we’re tired, later on, the front gate is near so we have saved both time and energy.

  1. Bring a waterproof bag

This is what I learned when we went to the Six Flags park. Always bring a waterproof bag for your belongings. I always wanted to cool off in water rides, but I wasn’t able to do it because I am afraid some of my belongings (e.g., phone, car keys, wallet, paper bills) may come in contact with the water. Aside from that, I had difficulty in retrieving my items inside the bag simply because I couldn’t see it. Hence, for the next year that we’re bound to visit the Six Flags park, I’ll make sure to bring a waterproof bag this time.

  1. Ensure the safety of your kids

I wasn’t able to bring my family that day we went to Six Flags park, but some of my workmates did. What they did was that they wrote their contact information in a small index card and stashed it inside the pockets of their kids. In that way, in case they get lost, someone will be able to contact them immediately. Aside from that, they taught their kids the way employees of the park are dressed so they could easily ask for help if they get lost.

  1. Eat during non-traditional dining hours

We wanted to avoid the rush, so we decided to eat during non-traditional dining hours. We ate a little early for lunch, so we managed to avoid the mealtime rush when everyone is hungry and ready to eat. When we were done, the rides are almost deserted because everyone is eating and we got to enjoy it by ourselves. It was a pretty good tactic, and I’ll surely use it anywhere I travel from now on. It saved a lot of time and energy in the process, not to mention the convenience that it can offer.

Traveling to Six Flags park is one of the highlights of the year so far with a special thanks to Elite Landscaping Group for taking us as a guest.  We had a lot of a good time and even strengthen our bond in the process. Our head also told us that because of it, our productivity and engagement are improved.

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