Ah, one of the early car rides which has since been removed. Photo courtesy Clell & Janna B.
A family gets ready to board the infamous boat ride. Photo courtesy Clell & Janna B.
Another view of the much missed River Boat Ride
This entry with the Six Flags is still very much the same today as it was back then
A view of a Native America performer, a animation along the Fiesta Train Ride and an Ariel view of the park.
A view of the train depot and engine.
A view of the Fiesta Train, Pack Mules, and Stagecoach Rides.
A view of the front entry in front of the fountains and Six Flags. Courtesy of Raymond F. in Austin, TX
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