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Pueblo Vaquero is a cowboy's dream town, with plenty of western cuisine, a saloon, and thrilling rides. The land's theming is beautifully designed with slat wood buildings painted in antique western colors. Saloon Corona, a full service restaurant, is one of the best places to eat in Six Flags Mexico. Pueblo Vaquero also offers the only bars in the theme park. Although less busy than the rest of the park, this land has plenty to offer -including shorter ride wait times!

Top 3 Things to do in Pueblo Vaquero

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Ride The Dark Knight Coaster
This exciting ride is beautifully themed as you walk through the queue. It's set in a metro station in Gotham City, and you really feel like you're boarding a rail. The ride itself is also fantastic and fun without being too intense. This one's a great one for families!
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Enjoy Wings and BBQ
Chicken wings and ribs are staples of western food and Saloon Corona does them justice. They can get a little messy, but that's just part of the fun! If you don't want to sit at a full service restaurant, you can also just get an order of wings at the Alitas stand.
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Ride the Medusa Steel Coaster
One of the more intense but fun rides in the theme park, the Medusa Steel Coaster takes guests on a tumultuous journey.

Food & Drinks

La Parilla Vaquera
Price: $60 - $120 MXN
This restaurant is another quick service location that serves up the standard burger and fries options. The burgers are simple but pretty tasty, and the fries are great as well. This area of the park is often quieter than others, so short lines and ample seating can often be found here. It's a perfect stop for a quick bite after a stop at the Cowboy Bar next door.
Saloon Corona
Tex Mex BBQ
Price: $150 - $450 MXN
Saloon Corona is a full service restaurant with a bar. Wings, steak, and ribs are some of the types of food you'll find here, along with burgers and fries. Its menu is one of the largest in the park, so there's plenty of options for picky eaters. The atmosphere is beautifully detailed and blends in well with the surrounding land. This eatery is great for longer meal breaks or shorter drink breaks at the bar.
Six Pizza @ Pueblo Vaquero
Pizza & Pasta
Price: $60 - $150 MXN
Six Pizza is Six Flags' pizza restaurant brand, which they have scattered around the park. All locations serve the exact same food. The food is decent quality, with portions large enough to share. The pastas are a bit dry, and the pizzas and salads are basic. The Six Pizzas are best for if you just want to grab a quick bite to eat and you're not really worried about quality, or if you want to sit down for a rest and a snack.

Rides & Attractions


Relaxing (Slow with Little or No Elevation Changes) | Mild (Slow to Moderately Fast with Potentially Higher Elevation)

Thrilling (Fast with Potential High Elevations & Loops) | Wild (Intense Speeds, Extreme Heights, and/or Loops)
Medusa Steel Coaster
Height: 1.3 m
Intensity Level: Thrilling
The Medusa Steel Coaster is a classic at Six Flags Mexico, and one of the most thrilling rides the theme park has to offer. The ride is just under 2 minutes long and goes up to 58 miles per hour as you careen through the wooden support frames. Thankfully, there's a bar nearby in Pueblo Vaquero if you need a little liquid courage before your ride.
Rueda India
Height: 1.2 m alone | 0.51 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Relaxing
Rueda India is a mild ride that's great for the whole family and gives you a beautiful panoramic view of the surrounding land. The peak is about 30 meters high. This is a great ride if you want to just sit and enjoy the scenery a bit.
Height: 1.4 m alone | 1.2 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Mild
Ruleta is tucked away in a corner near the main entrance of Pueblo Vaquero, so it's easily missed by some guests. This makes for shorter lines, however, in this fast spinner ride themed around a roulette wheel. If lines are long all around the park, this ride is our recommendation if you just want to get on something and not wait forever.
The Dark Knight Coaster
Height: 1.2 m alone | 1.05 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Thrilling
Although this coaster doesn't really fit in Pueblo Vaquero (where Six Flags Mexico lists it on their brochures), this ride is not one to miss, especially if you're a Dark Knight fan. It's one of the newer rides at the theme park. The theming on this ride is fantastic, with plenty to see in the queue line once you get inside. The ride itself is enjoyable and thrilling and one of our favorites in the park.
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