|Six Flags Magic Mountain Shuttles|
||Six Flags Magic Mountain has been a fixture in the Los Angeles area since it opened in 1971. It holds the current record for most roller coasters in an amusement park, with nineteen roller coasters.|
Los Angeles International Airport is a major international airport that provides service to and from the greater Los Angeles area. Flights are readily available from all major cities and airport hubs. From the airport, you can get a shuttle to the bus stop, which allows you to take the Los Angeles city bus to your destination, or you can get a shuttle to the Los Angeles metro line. There are also ways to travel beyond the airport area, for example, Roadrunner Shuttle offers rides to destinations north of Los Angeles. You can also get a shared van shuttle to specific locations throughout southern California. Two of these companies are Prime Time Shuttles and Super Shuttle.
About Six Flags Magic Mountain
This area is primarily utilized by preschool children or younger with their parents. Six Flags Magic Mountain provides some of the most intense roller coasters in the world, and is the fifth most visited amusement park in the country for that reason.
The proximity of Valencia to Los Angeles means that the town and the amusement park are easily accessible via the California highway system. The closest interstate to Valencia is Interstate 5, which is how visitors to the town and to Six Flags Magic Mountain arrive.
Hotels near Valencia
Aside from the general convenience of being in close proximity to the park, staying in Valencia itself allows you to use the free trolley service that is operated by Valencia. The trolley picks up from various in-town hotels in the morning and transports visitors to Six Flags Magic Mountain as well as Six Flags Hurricane Harbor and picks visitors up at the parks again in the evening.