Another Family Coaster Is Coming to Six Flags

January 15, 2023, 5:22 PM · Another Six Flags park has announced a new roller coaster for its 2023 season.

Six Flags Over Georgia yesterday announced that it would install a Skyline Attractions P'Sghetti Bowl Children's Coaster this year. The Georgia park is the second Six Flags location to announce the Skyline children's coaster for this season, following Six Flags Fiesta Texas' announcement last month. [See Six Flags Park Announces New Coaster for 2023.]

The Georgia park is promoting the as-yet-unnamed ride as Georgia's first single-rail and the state's first racing coaster.

SFOG Coaster poster
Graphic courtesy Six Flags

The P'Sghetti Bowl coaster will feature tracks of 550 and 574 feet, and Skyline's Aurora LED lighting package. The height restriction will be just 36 inches. This will be Six Flags Over Georgia's 12th roller coaster and second family coaster, joining The Joker Funhouse Coaster.

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Replies (9)

January 15, 2023 at 5:45 PM

Robert - any indication on where this would be installed at the park?

January 15, 2023 at 7:59 PM

Skyline actually building a quality coaster?

Well maybe not quality, but at least this won't hurt

January 16, 2023 at 1:27 AM

This one was a bit of a surprise, and with SFStL announcing a 36" height restriction attraction is on the way and SFA removing a couple attractions for future development, it makes me wonder if Six Flags perhaps bulk purchased these. I hope they work out well for Six Flags as well as Skyline, as I've got a feeling the future of both companies are riding on the success or failure of these.

January 16, 2023 at 7:28 AM

How does one pronounce this P'Sghetti?

January 16, 2023 at 8:29 AM

36" height requirement? That indicates to me this will be an incredibly tame experience.

It's always good to have rides for everyone in the family, but at some point you have to draw a line where the accessibility makes it impossible to achieve any sort of thrill. I wish them the best of luck with this design, but I'm skeptical that this can be pulled off, particularly if SF is not going to do anything to appeal to adults through the theming of these coasters.

January 16, 2023 at 4:02 PM

Seems like a really bad idea to promote these as anything more than kiddie rides, which is what they are. But Six Flags has done worse. Skyline is also 0 for eternity in building anything worth riding, so count me out. It’s a real shame what’s happened to Six Flags over the past couple decades.

January 16, 2023 at 4:40 PM

Best comment I've heard about this is that "Skyline" built a "Spaghetti"-themed coaster and yet Kings Island somehow did not immediately buy it, despite the easy sponsorship deal for a "Chili Bowl" ride.

January 16, 2023 at 10:21 PM

Leave it to Six Flags to put "GEORGIA'S FIRST SINGLE RAIL COASTER" and "ONLY RACING COASTER IN GEORGIA" on a dinky little 30 second ride for 3 year olds.

January 17, 2023 at 7:02 AM

Oh my ! At least it has the LED light package like Tron.

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