Six Flags Over Texas Updates Bugs Bunny Boomtown

Six Flags Over Texas recently updated and expanded BUGS BUNNY Boomtown, their children’s section of the theme park, with five new rides, plenty of seating and shade, plus expanded walkways.

In order to show off the new digs, Six Flags Over Texas knew who to turn to…Mommy Bloggers 🙂  And so they invited some of the local DFW bloggers to come and check it out along with the fans whose opinions really matter when it comes to BUGS BUNNY Boomtown…our kids!


One of the new attractions in BUGS BUNNY Boomtown is the impressive Looney Tunes Adventure Camp – a huge play structure that engages children to explore and burn off a bunch of energy 😉  They can slide, climb and delight in some surprises along the way too.


Marvin the Marian Space Rockets is another of the new rides in this section of the park. 

And Daffy Duck Bucket Blasters is only for those who want to get wet…because you WILL get wet on this ride!  Combine spinning buckets with water cannons… and you have an epic water fight!

Even the ‘bigger’ kids will enjoy the Taz Tornado Swings.  A milder version of the other swing rides found in the park.

There’s the Bugs Bunny Cloud Bouncer which lifts and drops the littles.  Those giggles you hear…yep the kids think it’s a fun ride 🙂  As soon as they got off they lined up to ride it again.

Other attractions in BUGS BUNNY Boomtown include: Speedy Gonzales Truckin’ Across America,

Sylvester & Tweety’s State Ferris Wheel

Wile E. Coyote’s Grand Canyon Blaster

and Yosemite Sam’s Texas Tea Cups

During the lunch that Six Flags provided for our families we had the chance to meet Six Flags Over Texas president Steve Martindale.


Steve explained to us that each year the park introduces a new attraction and for 2014 they realized that BUG BUNNY Boomtown needed some updates and a bit of a face lift.  They provided that with the new rides and with some expanded covered seating that have misters (so important in the hot Texas summers!).

They really did a great job of the area to appeal to families that have smaller children that cannot ride the larger attractions in the park.

While the summer season is winding down for Six Flags Over Texas, there is still plenty to do on the weekends through to January at the park including Fright Fest during September thru the beginning of November and Christmas in the Park from November to December 23rd.

If you live in the DFW area or are planning to travel there, Six Flags Over Texas is a fun destination to visit with your family, with the expanded BUGS BUNNY Boomtown to the thrilling roller coasters and various attractions in between there is something for the whole family to enjoy!

12 thoughts on “Six Flags Over Texas Updates Bugs Bunny Boomtown

  1. I am familiar with Six Flags parks, but not with the one in Texas, except that it is close to AT&T Stadium. It looks like a lot of fun for all ages.

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