Six Flags Reservation, located in Middlesex, New Jersey, is one of the worst reservations in the country.
According to a report by Forbes, “The Reservation’s rating is based on three factors: poor weather, low occupancy, and a lack of available parking.”
The report found that the Reservation has “an average occupancy rate of 9.8 percent, and the average number of visitors per day is 3.3.”
According to Forbes, the Reservations average daily visitation is “only a fraction of the national average of nearly 5 million visitors per year.”
However, according to the Reserved, they are the only reservation in the state to have a vacancy rate of more than 20 percent.
The Reserved’s lack of parking makes it a particularly difficult spot for visitors to access the park.
The park is located just outside of Newark, New York.
According to Forbes’ analysis, the average occupancy of the Reserves parking lot is 7.8%. “
Visitors should drive into the park and take a turn-by-turn navigation system or take the bus to get to the park from anywhere in the city.”
According to Forbes’ analysis, the average occupancy of the Reserves parking lot is 7.8%.
When asked about the lack of traffic during the park’s busiest hours, the park stated that “Our parking lot has a lot of people visiting at once, which is a problem because we want our guests to be able to enjoy the park.”
There have been several other bad reservations in recent years, including a 2013 complaint that several families had been evicted from the park in February.
A 2015 report by the National Association of Realtors stated that the rate of evictions was “unusually high” at the Reserands, which includes four residential properties and one commercial building.
Other complaints cited a lack a parking garage and a poor parking structure, which the Reserve claims to have renovated.
According in Forbes’ report, “Visitors can park at the front gate, located on the south side of the property.
The front gate also has a parking ramp and two elevators.
Parking can be made available to guests by paying a $5 entry fee.
The Reserve has a number of dedicated carpool spaces.
Reservation guests must show proof of identity at the gate to get in.
The parking lot entrance is at the back of the building.”