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What Places Can You Eat Near Six Flag Magic Mountain In Valencia

Where to stay - when to go Six Flags Magic Mountain (LA)?

Your plane lands at 5:20pm by the time you get the rental car and everything else it will probably be 7pm and as good a time as any to head up to Magic Mountain without much trouble.
But I would stay and eat around the airport area and then head up... after 9pm you will hit as little traffic as possible.

Manhattan Beach is close to the airport (south). There is a good place directly on the sand that I think is called Sunsets that will give you a great ocean view.
Marina Del Rey has plenty of places. My favorite is The Warehouse
Venice had C&O (Italian food) = super fun place, a block or so from Venice Beach.

Six Flags from the airport area without traffic will take about 40mins. I would stay out there because better to drive after evening traffic has died down.
- Take 405N to 5N exit Magic Mountain Parkway. There are some hotels in that direct area.
- If you want to eat in the Magic Mountain area, Chuy's a small mexican food chain is a good bet. They have a few locations in that part of LA and a few in Tucson.

For the other few days, you should stay in the area that you want to see things =
if you want to see "LA" (Hollywood, Farmers Market, La Brea Tarpits, etc), I would probably stay near The Grove or Hollywood.
If you want to do beachy stuff than Redondo Beach, Long Beach, or Huntington (Santa Monica if you have the $$$).
If you want to do a bit of everything, you just got to decide what area you would like to spend more time in, then be willing to drive to see things.

What restaurants are near Six Flags Magic Mountain?

Pretty in Purple,
Give a gril a fish and feed her hungry ***....teach her to fish and feed her 4Life.
Here is what I did.
1. Open new browser window
2. went to yellow pages in that window
3. open a window
4. went to
5. clicked the theme parks box
6. scrolled down to California section and then went for Magic Mountain
7. copied Magic MMnts address
8. went back to yellow pages window and selected to search by distance-then pasted magic kingdoms address in the address area-then typed restaurants in as the type of business-clicked search
9. copied that address for yellow books results
10. pasted that url just below here.

pleanty of restaurants. now if you need a good deal on rooms go to the click the theme parks box and then when on the theme parks page click the travel now icon towards the top of the page on the right. very good rates there. you probablyy wont believe how good some are.

Where is the best place to eat at Six Flags Magic Mountain?

It depends upon what type of food you like.Food Etc., located near the entrance to the Goliath roller coaster, is a popular buffeteria-style restaurant serving mexican food, sushi, and Dole whips.I'm a fan of Johnny Rocket's hamburgers and Panda Express chinese food, and both franchises have outlets in the park.Katie's Kettle, by Roarin' Rapids, has giant stuffed baked potatoes, while JB's BBQ, by Riddler's Revenge, offers tri tip, baby back ribs, salmon, pulled pork and turkey legs.On your way out, there's ice cream at Cold Stone Creamery or funnel cake at Suzette's Bakery.

Mall Close To Six Flags Magic Mountain?

Valencia Town Center Mall. It's on the east side of Interstate 5 and bordered by Magic Mountain Parkway to the north, McBean Parkway to the west, and Valencia Boulevard to the south.

Valencia Town Center Mall
24201 Valencia Blvd
(661) 287-9050

How much does food at six flags magic mountain cost?

If you aren't planning on bringing water into the park, $20 isn't enough. That's about enough for lunch/dinner and a snack in the middle. I always bring a lunch, and buy dinner. Saves you a lot of money then buying both meals. And when I buy dinner, I always bring in water from outside (they allow you to do that).


Burbank is BY FAR closest to Valencia. At least an hour CLOSER during the week. Burbank Airport is right along the Golden State Freeway ( I-5) and Magic Mountain is just off of the I-5 about 20-30 minutes away.

I do not know how to get there without a car but I assume cabs and busses run. I assume the Metrolink would take you there but likely only during the week.

Knowing that Burbank is the closest, you should do what "Y!Arnlady" suggests and call guest relations.

Beaches Near Sixflags Ca Help Please?

You've already gotten some pretty good answers, but answering your question about the listed beaches:

Santa Monica-I love the feel of Santa Monica. The beach is a great place to watch the sunset. The pier and its rides are a lot of fun, but may be crowded in the summer. The Third Street Promenade is a couple blocks up from the beach and is a lovely place to eat or shop. It's very quaint and has unique stores.

Venice-definitely a TON of culture. It's my favorite beach because there is always something crazy going on...especially in the summer. Renting a bike and riding up and down the Strand in Venice is a true adventure. The beach is nice with a good view of the Santa Monica Mountains. The actual town on Venice Beach (like driving into Venice) isn't the nicest town in the area, but the scene once you arrive at the beach makes up for it.

Manhattan Beach-more laid back than Samo or Venice. It's got a plesant downtown area just up the block from the beach that has cute shops and lots of good restaurants and bars. The beach itself is pretty nice. I love going there to watch the volleyball and surfing. The MB pier is nothing special but it's nice to walk out to the end and look for porpoises.

Those are the best beaches out of the ones you listed. Point Dume in Malibu is absolutely gorgeous if you're looking for a secluded area with a beautiful view.

If you have time, I suggest renting a bike and riding up the Strand (a paved pathway that travels along the LA County beaches from Palos Verdes north to Santa Monica). The best part of the Strand is in Venice Beach.

Where are the six Flags parks locations?

Magic Mountain, Los Angeles
Hurricane Harbor, Los Angeles
Marine World, Vallejo —
San Francisco Bay area
Waterworld, Concord
Waterworld, Sacramento

Elitch Gardens, Denver

Over Georgia, Atlanta
White Water, Atlanta
American Adventures, Atlanta

Great America and
Hurricane Harbor, Chicago

New Orleans

Kentucky Kingdom, Louisville

America, Baltimore/Washington, DC

New England, Springfield

St. Louis

Great Adventure, Jackson
Hurricane Harbor, Jackson
Wild Safari, Jackson

Darien Lake, Buffalo
The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom,
Lake George

Wyandot Lake, Columbus

Frontier City, Oklahoma City
White Water Bay, Oklahoma City

Over Texas, Arlington
Hurricane Harbor, Arlington
Fiesta Texas, San Antonio
AstroWorld, Houston
SplashTown, Houston

Wild Waves & Enchanted Village, Seattle