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Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Arlington

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Water Park
Put on your swimsuit and make a splash at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. The water park features classics, such as a lazy river and surf pool, as well as thrillers like seven-story slides and high-speed chutes. Scream down a 18 m (60 ft) slide or swirl around a gigantic funnel. The kids' areas offer shallower pools and less intense rides. Food options, include theme-park fare, Mexican treats, and pizza. Check online for special events and offers. Add Six Flags Hurricane Harbor to your Arlington travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Arlington trip generator.
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TripAdvisor
  • Too hot for me in the summer but great if you can find a day to go on without it being 95 plus degrees. Try and find a day with a little overcast or not so hot and race up there. It gets packed real f...  more »
  • We had a great time at Hurricane Harbor. The water park is great and the food on site is really good too. Plan on spending some money here, it's not cheap and it can get very crowded. Still, a good ti...  more »
  • If you're in need of a family-friendly place to get away, you've found it! This place is great for people of all ages!  more »
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  • Clean water and genuine fun; Hurricane Harbor is an all around good time! Every ride is a thrill, and the lines typically aren't long enough to dampen your spirits. The lazy river makes for a fun way to get around the park, and even serves almost as a ride itself. This park has some great amenities: large bathrooms, food stops, lockers for your belongings, etc. A great place to spend the day with the family or with friends. Don't forget the sunscreen!
  • Locker rooms are not unisex. You should never take a teenage boy into a female locker room. Hurricane harbor has ruled about it but they don't have it posted for everyone to see and they should. I'm 5"7 and this boy was almost my height and his mom told him to stop looking at me. I asked her to remove him from the room and she refused. I had to get guest relations involved. There are girls of all ages in there changing. Hurricane harbor needs a visible sign, and height limit for boys to be in the locker room. Just like for rides.
  • Been coming here since I was a kid. Here lately, it seems like it's really gone down hill. We love coming and are season pass holders, but thinking of not renewing. Most lifeguards seemed perturbed, but with that said, I seen several doing a great job and quick to save kiddos. It could stand to be cleaned up. Lastly, DO NOT EAT THERE!!!! We waited till 3pm to get in line for burgers, why because of the large crowds with food passes. Anyways, we finally got our food at 4:40, and yes, it was cold, nasty, and not what we order. However, 1:40 minutes to get our food, I just took it. I hope everyone has a better experience, and I hope it was just a one time thing for us.
  • While I love the water park, the employees at both six flags and hurricane harbor need better training, both with having a sense of urgency and having a happier attitude. The dining lines are atrocious, especially at hurricane harbor. It's commonplace to spend 30-40 minutes in line, and while I know it's busy, there is literally no sense that the employees are striving to get food out quickly for the guests. They walk lazily from one side of the food service area to another, not in a hurry whatsoever, with drab looks on their faces the whole time. I worked here myself in 1997 and as an employee, this wasn't the attitude we were taught to have. As someone who pays for passes, it's upsetting to spend a third of the time every day in a one waiting.
  • I thought it was an average waterpark, but may be good for the little ones under the age of 18. Some rides were pretty cool, but the queue was rather long and it felt like time could be saved by more efficiency in staff and processes. Walking barefoot on concrete gets pretty painful.... Could have used a different surface material, but I'm sure they just want you to buy water socks. The upside is that there are plenty of lifeguards around the pool area if you plan on letting your little ones loose at the park.