Home to 11 roller coasters, Six Flags Over Georgia takes all thrillseekers into account with its mixture of chill rides and water slides. Atlanta’s largest theme park is also the setting for the SkyCoaster where skydiving, hang-gliding, and bungee jumping are all rolled into one. Fortunately, the accommodation in and around Austell will give you a space to psych yourself up while checking out other such attractions as Georgia Aquarium and The Battery. These Airbnbs near Six Flags Over Georgia and Hurricane Harbor put the amusements on your doorstep.
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Only a 30-minute drive north of Six Flags and Hurricane Harbor, this treehouse in Smyrna is the antidote to a nail-biting day at the amusements. Sitting on five acres of woodland, the pet-friendly rental has a full kitchen and modern bathroom. Hoist yourself up the ship’s ladder where the loft is fitted with a king-size bed and forest views. The sofa pulls out into an extra bed for kids, who will be enthralled by the teepee tent on the canopy deck.
One of the most luxurious Airbnbs near Six Flags Over Georgia, this detached property in Smyrna is furnished with brand-new beds and a gourmet kitchen. After a day of rides, veg out with a movie in front of the fire or put surplus energy to use over foosball. Ready for warmer evenings, the spacious backyard has a fire pit, grill, and dining area. The stable door in the master suite slides open to reveal a personal spa-like bathroom complete with a free-standing tub and oversized shower.
Perfect for adventurous couples who appreciate kooky architecture, this unique Airbnb close to Six Flags Over Georgia is 20 minutes from the coasters. “Tin and Juice” are two units, consisting of a treehouse den adorned with modern art plus a ground-level shipping container for sleeping, cooking, and bathing. The hot tub, fire pit, and grill are shared with only a handful of other tiny house rentals at the retreat in this peaceful Atlanta suburb.
This Airbnb west of Downtown Atlanta puts you less than a 20-minute drive from both Six Flags and the ATL. All three bedrooms occupy the same level as the open-concept diner, with a large patio overlooking nothing but trees. The basement has been converted into a games room complete with arcade consoles, table hockey, and a PlayStation 3 – making a night-in all the more tempting.
Situated in the placid Vinings Estates, this modern family rental is 15 minutes from Six Flags. Featuring granite countertops and an island, the kitchen will delight any chefs in the group. The en suite of the master bedroom is equipped with double vanities, a lavish soaking tub, and a walk-in shower. Watched over from the balcony, the private inground pool and hot tub are open all year long. Spend evenings flitting from the music room to the home cinema and playing ping pong.
An easy 10-minute drive from the park entrance, this expansive house is the best Airbnb near Six Flags Over Georgia for larger groups. Living spaces and bedrooms are styled with an emphasis on comfort, courtesy of upholstered beds and a padded couch. In addition to the internal games room and movie lounge, the porch is readied with table tennis and yard games. A basketball court will be available in time for the new season.
Thirteen guests, five bedrooms Price: $981 per night
Why drive to Six Flags when you can walk? Consisting of two queen-size bedrooms, this single-family home is cozily decorated and sited in a quiet residential area. The backyard features a sundeck with a barbecue and seating plus grass for the kids to run around. There is ample parking for your car while you leave your vehicle.
This one is a 40-minute drive from the park, but it’s worth every minute – provided you have a soft spot for woolly animals. Occupying an outhouse on a former dairy farm, the land around the cottage is now a sanctuary for rescued alpacas. Brimming with color and mod-cons, the top-rated Airbnb is super cozy with enough space to accommodate couples or small families. A screened porch invites you to watch the wandering alpacas without the risk of your morning pastries going astray.
This two-story family home is carpeted and outfitted with plump couches and tasteful knick-knacks. There isn’t a single meal the fully-equipped kitchen can’t handle while the free-standing oval tub will take care of sore muscles pronto. The secluded backyard is furnished with a sun terrace where you can tuck into your complimentary snacks and plan days out to the local ATL attractions.
This sophisticated two-bedroom apartment in Mableton combines the charisma of a boutique hotel and all the convenience of an Airbnb. Finely decorated and appointed with luxe velvet couches, there’s no better place to recharge after a day at the theme park. Equally suitable for families and friends, the place is minutes from amenities and restaurants. Although not pictured, the unit has a small patio and guests are welcome to use the shared pool and gym in the building.
Right around the corner from the “Thrill Capital of the South”, this single-family dwelling covers all bases. From the Ninja blender and Keurig coffee maker in the kitchen to the closet of classic board games, the host has thought of everything to ensure the place feels like home. In addition to three double bedrooms, the loft is rigged with bunks and a separate television for kids or teens.
Eleven guests, four bedrooms Price: $243 per night