A Six Flags in Denver, CO?
A little bit of History about Denver.
Top 10 reasons why we should have a six flags!
Beautiful views of the mountains
Weather is nice during spring,summer, and fall.
Many historical land sites to visit during a trip.
Restaurants all over Denver, good for a family dinner after a trip to Six Flags
Hiking, skiing, and other activities to do
Home of the Denver Broncos
Over half a million people in denver to help support bringing in a six flags.
Welcome to many visitors, gets on average 16.4 million overnight visitors in 2015. Definitely a place to explore and do activities.
Enough open space to accommodate a six flags lot and for people to park.
Average income is over $64,000 a year, so it would be a wealthy area but still affordable for families traveling from around the state or others states.
Demographics of Denver
Population : 554,636
Male: 280,207 - 50.52%
Female: 274,429 - 49.48%
Other attractions in Denver include:
Lakeside amusement park, Elitch gardens theme park, Glenwood caverns adventure park, Santa's workshop, heritage square, Elitch gardens, water world, buckskin joe, tiny town, Manhattan beach.
But in the city of Denver 3 amusement parks are located in a wide spread area.Adding Six Flags could possibly bring the others out of business but it would bring in far more money. Or possibly combining them. Denver has a lot of open area and it fairly large. Beautiful views, it's a tourist place so not only could you go to Six Flags you can relax poolside at a hotel, go out for a nice dinner and talk
But a factor that can cause some problems, not just here but anywhere, the weather. Colorado has fairly decent weather. During the summer it is hot, sunny. The perfect time to go to Six Flags, the winters are cold but not many people will be going to Six Flags anywhere in cold weather. Six Flags and the weather in Denver mix well. Out of the four seasons you can visit comfortably 3 out of the four, winter can be a bit brutal.