Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is a 25-acre water park next to Magic Mountain amusement park in Valencia, California. The water park features 23 slides and attractions from mild to wild. Hurricane Harbor is a fun family destination during Southern California’s hot summer days.
Admission to Hurricane Harbor is about half of the price to get into the Magic Mountain amusement park. For families on a tight budget, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park is your best choice.
Mom and dad can take a River Cruise on a 1,300-foot-long river that wraps all the way around while the kids ride the slides. Shipwreck Shores is the family place at Hurricane Harbor. Kids can enjoy dozens of family activities, plus the famous, giant, water-spouting skull.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is located directly next to Six Flags Magic Mountain near the theme park’s main entrance. Each park is a separate admission price, or you can get a combination ticket.
A general use admission is your ticket to all the attractions — water slides, wave pool, children and family activity areas in Hurricane Harbor.
There are additional charges for food, drinks, merchandise and games of skill and parking. Visiting Hurricane Harbor is a day-long event. Bring plenty of sunscreen as there are not too many places to escape the heat.
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Things to consider before you go. Parking is expensive, lines can be long especially during the weekend and tube rental is $6 for a single and $14 for a double. Overall Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is a fun water park, not too big, and a great place to cool off on a hot summer day.
Hurricane Harbor 26101 Magic Mountain Parkway Valencia, CA 91355 Open 7 days a week. Summer 10:30 am to 7.00 p.m.