Six Flags NJ – bring a doctor note

This summer, I finally managed to stop in at the guest services building (which is not the main guest services, so ask first before you wait in the line) at Six Flags in Jackson, NJ. I picked up the Equal Access Pass for my son with ASD.

The process was super-fast and painless. The pass allowed us to either enter through the exit immediately or come back through the exit at a designated time to avoid simply waiting in the line.

Today, I received an email from the park directing me to their new page on the “Attraction Access Pass.”

Six Flags offers an Attraction Access Pass for guests who are unable to wait in ride lines due to a disability, mobility impairments, or certain qualifying impairments. Beginning November 7, 2015 any guest requesting use of one of these special passes will need to provide a doctor’s note at Guest Services at the time they pick up the pass. This new program replaces our old Equal Access Pass program.

So get your note from your child’s doctor in advance and it will go more smoothly for you.


  1. Tami Thompson on April 25, 2016 at 2:19 am

    Be sure that you make sure you meet all their requirements for the note – my note was rejected for not being typed on letterhead. It was handwritten on a note pad – while it had everything required it was rejected for the form.

  2. rickcolosimo on May 11, 2016 at 4:08 am

    Thanks for that update – that will surely help someone.