Disability Connection


Darien Lake, Six Flags

Darien Lake, Six Flags

Six Flags Darien Lake Theme Park Resort in Darien Center, New York (about halfway between Buffalo and Rochester) has priority access entrances for its most popular rides.

Guests with disabilities may bring up to 5 family members to the priority access entrance, where the ride attendant will assign a boarding time.  The guest then returns at the assigned time for immediate boarding.  Darien Lake also has allergen-free menus at its on-site restaurants, as well as an accessible hotel and accessible RV campground at the park.

Six Flags’ Attraction Access Program is designed to accommodate guests with disabilities or certain other qualifying impairments so they may participate in the enjoyment of our Parks. Each attraction at Six Flags has been evaluated for the criteria necessary for an individual to ride safely. We strive to make sure that Six Flags is fun and accessible for everyone and lots of guests with disabilities enjoy the park every day.

Guests with cognitive disorders, disabilities or mobility impairments who request helpful accommodations must obtain the IBCCES Individual Accessibility Card (IAC) by registering at www.accessibilitycard.org. The registration process requires the information listed below be uploaded into a secure online portal. Once a Guest has filled out the online application and uploaded necessary documentation, they will be able to access their digital Accessibility Card. Guests will present the IBCCES Accessibility Card and Information Sheet to the Ride Information Center (Guest Services) inside each park to receive any necessary accommodations.