Spokeswoman Sharon Parker says they "always choose to focus on celebrating the things that unite us versus those that divide us".
"As such, we have changed the flag displays in our park to feature American flags", she said.
Six Flags has more than a dozen locations, including parks in California and NY. "Since that time, the park has moved on to incorporate many other themes". That's different from the Confederate Battle Flag, but some still found the flag to be inappropriate.
A Confederate flag at the park located between Dallas and Fort Worth has been on display since it opened in 1961.
While speaking with TMZ, officials reportedly differentiated between the Confederate battle flag and the "Stars and Bars" flag, which is the one flown at the amusement park.
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They claimed that white supremacists and neo-Nazis adopted the Battle flag, not the original Confederate flag they have at the park.
Other Six Flags parks, including the two I've visited in the past decade - Six Flags Magic Mountain in Southern California and Six Flags Great America outside Chicago, have flown six American flags at or near the entrance to their parks, instead of the six flags of Texas history.
From now on, you won't see five of those flags.
The park's decision comes after a "Unite the Right" neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Va., turned deadly when a auto rammed into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing one woman and injuring some 19 other people.
"The fact is the Confederacy did exist and Texas was a part of it", Shannon Wynne said to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.