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Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Arlington
(2.8/5 based on 550 reviews on the web)
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
  • Beautiful and affordable Park enjoy the annual pass so to go also to the six flags just in front
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  • We stayed nearby for two weeks in August so even though it was near the end of the season we still bought season passes as it worked out better value. There was a some on confusion on entry with our c...  more »
  • We visited on one of their last open weekends and we were very pleasantly surprised! Lines were very manageable (and non-existent in the mornings), plenty of lounge chairs, some really fun rides. The ...  more »
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  • They are doing so much to improve this place. The employees are friendlier than ever before. They even let my independent 3 year old order and pay for his own food. They were so nice to him. Security is really making their presence known to. I am not worried about stuff coming up missing. Had lots of fun with the family.
  • I remember going to Wet N Wild and Hurricane Harbor years ago when i was a child. It was an epic adventure of good times, water logged children and happy little sun burns. Now, it's a sad sardine can filled with spoiled little terrors wrapped in a blanket of sadness. I am sure my view is skewed by age but when three of the four best rides have been removed or changed in such a way that they are no longer fun... it really defeats the purpose and ability for fun. The water is salty, it's not a salt water system. The wave pool has been reduced in size and only runs for a few minutes at a time and then they make everyone get out and wait. Two awesome rides were removed because people were getting bruised. Everything is overpriced and underwhelming.
  • Fun for the family. Always adding new attractions. Some people have died here. Good deals like buying the souvenir cup. Average food pricing.
  • This place has really gone down hill. The paint is peeling and there are rust and rust stains all over. At least a half dozen water features in the kids area don't work. In places where families used to sit at the pool side and watch the kids play there are ropes and stanchions instead. The food is cheap in quality, but not in price. They do these strange "safety breaks" every hour for 15 minutes at the wave pool during which everyone has to leave the water. There are better water parks in most of the burbs now. Maybe that is why this place is so run down.
  • First time. enjoyed it. The lines are deceptively short, there are often a line to get your raft, and then another line to wait in. and they have a tendency to move very slow... Someone threw up in the water while we were in line and they had to shut the whole section down while the pumps cleaned the water and nobody ever came to tell us what the hold up was, the lifeguard up top didn't even know what was going on... we eventually left the line after almost 30 minutes and that's when we found out what was going on.