Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles
Located north of Los Angeles, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is a high-octane water park that attracts thrill seekers to families alike. Spanning 25 acres (10 hectares), the park offers more than 20 rides and activities, including body slides, speed slides, tube slides, wave pools, play pools, and lazy rivers.
Thrill seekers can raise adrenaline levels on Tornado’s 6-story funnel slide, Bamboo Racer’s multi-lane racing attraction, and Black Snake Summit, which boasts two of the tallest enclosed speed slides in Southern California, while families can enjoy Shipwreck Shores, Forgotten Sea Wave Pool, and the Lost Temple Rapids. Castaway Cove and Splash Island are suitable for young children.
Book ahead to save time and cash; daily tickets, annual passes, and memberships are available. For the best value, opt for a combo or season pass that grants you access to Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park as well. Packages that include round-trip transportation let you skip the stress of car hire.
Things to Know Before You Go
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is a must-visit for families with children and thrill seekers.
Minimum height requirements apply to certain rides.
Locker, cabanas, and inflatable tubes are available for rent.
Swimwear that features metal or plastic is not permitted on water rides.
Outside food and drink aren’t allowed; there are plenty of food options on-site.
While the park is wheelchair and stroller accessible, and wheelchairs are available for rent, not all activities are suitable for wheelchair users.
How to Get There
Hurricane Harbor is located in Santa Clarita, northwest of Los Angeles. It’s easiest to drive, taking Interstate 5 North. While it is possible to take public transportation from Los Angeles, it entails taking a train and one or more buses so most visitors opt for a private driver.
When to Get There
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is open from late May through early October, with limited opening times in May, September, and October. Plan to arrive first thing in the morning to beat the lines, and avoid visiting on weekends and public holidays where possible.
Six Flags Magic Mountain
Located next door to Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Six Flags Magic Mountain spans 206 acres (83 hectares) and features over 100 rides, games, and attractions, including nearly 20 roller coasters. Highlights include the gravity-defying X2, Tatsu, Twisted Colossus, and Full Throttle. Combo passes allow you to enjoy both attractions over multiple days.
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