It isn’t all about terrifying rides at the string of Six Flags Amusement Parks anymore. It has grown bored and taken on even more. Six Flags wants to soak the thrill-seeking people all over the country with its just-as-exciting water park, Hurricane Harbor.
Scattered all over the country, Hurricane Harbor water parks may either be next to its original counterpart or on its own. No matter how they’re located, there are still consistent similarities: modernized water rides, the best updated water slides, exciting wave pools, raging rivers and soaking wet enjoyment.
In Arlington, Texas, you will find the initial Six Flags Water Park where the new Mega Wedgie will be ready for anticipating riders on May 17, summer season. Arlington’s Hurricane Harbor tickets are for: general admission ($ 24.99), kids below 48″ in height ($ 19.99), and kids under 2 (free). General and preferred parking options available at $ 10 and $ 15, correspondingly.
“California Drenchin” occurs at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in Los Angeles. They’ll be opening on May 24 for their summer season, only weekends for now. General admission is priced at $ 29.99 while it’s $ 20.99 for kids (under 48″). Kids under 2 years old get in for free. Save and buy a ticket for both parks (Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor) for just $ 69.99.
Hurricane Harbor of New Jersey sports what is deemed to be the tri-state area’s finest water park. With minimal distance from two other Six Flags destinations: Great Adventure and Wild Safari Animal Park. Hurricane Harbor, N.J. is open to visitors only for the weekends at the moment. But their summer season begins on June 19. Prices for tickets begin at $ 24.99 (for kids below 54″), and for access to both Hurricane Harbor and Wild Safari Animal Park, combo tickets are available.
You can buy tickets with admission included for those parks wherein Hurricane Harbor and Six Flags Amusement Park are together. The largest of these combined parks is Six Flags Great America/Hurricane Harbor in Illinois. Located on the outskirts of Chicago, its summer opening is May 21. St. Louis has got access to Six Flags and Hurricane Harbor bought together as one ticket which comes with water fun along with admission to the theme park. Summer season opens May 15.
Near Baltimore and Washington, D.C., is Maryland’s Six Flags America in Prince George’s County with a wave pool known to be one of the country’s largest. This is due to open summer in May, 2008.
Hurricane Harbor of Six Flags New England in Springfield, Massachusetts lays claim to two wave pools. From Boston it’s just a quick drive and people can douse themselves there for the summer in late May.
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