Six Flags New England

Six Flags New England (SFNE), formerly Riverside Amusement Park, is a Six Flags theme park, named for the New England region, in which it is located. Located off of Massachusetts State Route 159, Six Flags New England is located less than 3 miles (4.8 km) from the major City of Springfield, Massachusetts, in the nearby town of Agawam, Massachusetts. Six Flags New England is less than a mile from the Connecticut border, making it very popular with Connecticut residents as well as Massachusetts residents. Like most Six Flags parks, SFNE consists of a theme park and a water park. Technically speaking, it's the oldest of the Six Flags parks, though it did not originally open as such. It is, by far, the largest amusement park in New England.

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