Serving Up A Splashing Good Time
Six Flags doesn’t just stand for awesome amusement parks. Six Flags has also made a substantial mark on the world of wet and wild water parks with its chain of parks known as Six Flags Hurricane Harbor.
Hurricane Harbor water parks are spread out around the country. Some are stand alone and some are part of a neighboring Six Flags amusement park. But they all have somethings in common: state-of-the-art water rides, the latest and greatest in water slides, wonderful wave pools, raging rivers and a soaking of watery fun.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Arlington, Texas was the original Six Flags water park. The park opens for the summer season on May 17, when park guest can experience the brand new Mega Wedgie. Ticket prices for Hurricane Harbor Arlington are$24.99 for General Admission, and $19.99 for children under 48” tall. Kids under 2 get in free. General parking costs $10, and preferred parking is $15.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles gives guests a“California Drenchin,” and their official summer season begins on May 24. Right now Hurricane Harbor L.A. is only open on weekends. Ticket prices for Hurricane Harbor L.A. are $29.99for General Admission, and $20.99 for children under 48”. Kids under 2 getting free. You can also get a Magic Mountain/Hurricane Harbor Combo ticket for $69.99.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor New Jersey is just next door to Six Flags Great Adventure and Six Flags Wild Safari Animal Park. Commonly considered to be the best water park in thetri-state area, Hurricane Harbor New Jersey officially opens for their summer season on June 19. They are open on weekends until then. Ticket prices start at $24.99 for kids under 54”tall, and there is a combo package that includes both Hurricane Harbor and the Wild Safari Animal Park.
Some Hurricane Harbor water parks are actually part of a Six Flags amusement park, and admission is included with your ticket to the theme park.
Six Flags Great America & Hurricane Harbor is thelargest water park in the State of Illinois. It is just outsideof Chicago and opens for the summer on May 21.
Six Flags St. Louis has a Hurricane Harbor where water play is included with park admission. This park officially opens for the summer season on May 15.
Six Flags America in Prince George’s County, Maryland boasts one of the biggest wave pools in the country. It is near Baltimore and Washington, D.C. and is scheduled to open for the summer in May, 2008.
Six Flags New England in Springfield, Massachusetts has not one but two wave pools in their Hurricane Harbor. This park is just a short drive from Boston, and it opens for the season in late May.