One of the Six Flags waterparks, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor blends high-energy rides with slower-paced attractions. Adrenaline junkies should head for thrill rides such as Black Snake Summit, which includes 23 m (75 ft) high slides, and Taboo Tower, featuring a 20 m (65 ft) drop. There are a number of family-friendly rides too, such as the lazy river, wave pool, and racers. You can pick up any forgotten supplies or souvenirs at numerous on-site stores. Dining options include a range of international cuisine, classic American fare, and snacks. Indulge a sweet tooth with some traditional carnival treats such as cotton candy and funnel cakes. To visit Six Flags Hurricane Harbor on your trip to Santa Clarita, use our Santa Clarita travel itinerary maker.
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Pretty standard waterpark fodder, but far too busy. We lasted 4 hours with a 9 and 11 year old. The rides we did go on where good, just took far to long. Would not visit again, probably perfect for te... more »
As atrações são demais! O parque só abre aos finais de semana , então fica cheio. Não permite a entrada com alimentos ou salgadinhos e bolachas. A maioria das atrações não permite a entrada com mochil... more »The attractions are awesome! The Park opens on the weekends, then gets busy. Does not allow the entry of food or snacks and crackers. Most of the attractions do not permit entry to: buy the closet for all the attractions but not worth it since the majority does not provide the cabinets. The flash pass is extremely expensive and not worth. To purchase tickets with discount, you must purchase online in advance at least 3 days.
Great day to spend with the family enjoying thrill water rides or just relaxing by the wave pool. There are so many thrilling water rides and the lazy river, just sit in your tube a float away..kids h... more »
Exceptional park to go to. Kind of pricy if you get a pass and a Flash pass. They've got excellent staff and rides. They as well offer no Military discount.
Six Flags HH obviously has no competitors in the country, therefore it offers a service of low quality, as there is no alternative. The line for each ride is around 1h (this is by no means an exaggeration). Around 8 slides are closed due to "maintenance" (which was explained to me by two lifeguards as "there are not enough lifeguards to cover all of the slides"). The trip to SFHH doesn't only cost you the ticket; it is also 20$ for parking, 15$ for the smallest locker (goes up to 25$), you cannot bring drinks nor food so be prepared to pay an additional 5$ for one small bottled water, 7$ for one waterpark tube (which cannot be used on all rides - some slides have different kind of tubes... WTF?! Why the 7$?!). Seriously? We just wanted to have some fun on my sisters 9th birthday. We spent 2 hours (and 40 min in the guest relations, with no success) in the waterpark, and she got to go down the waterslide once. Being disappointed isn't even close to how I fell about this experience. SFHH doesn't want to do a refund for having 8 slides closed, understaff and 1 hours lines... Way to go Six Flags!
We had a great time!! My 6 and 9 year olds loved it! I might just get season passes next year. The only thing is the food is expensive but at least it was good. We got 2 kids meals for $11.99 each; it came with a good amount of fries, 2 chicken tenders, a pudding cup, chips, fruit snack and a kids cup of soda. It tasted as good as frozen tenders and fries can taste. We also ordered carne asada nachos for $12.99 I think, for my husband and I. You might get double the portion at your local Mexican restaurant for that price. We bought a small cup of soda for almost $5 and got 2 free cups of iced water. I'm sharing this info because someone else's review told of a $28 pizza and $6 bottled water that helped me prepare for the food prices before getting to the park. After eating and waiting a 20 minutes we headed to the wave pool which was fun and relaxing. We ended or day with a yummy strawberry sauce and whipped cream funnel cake which we can never not have at Six Flags. Visiting the parks websites really helps you prepare for visit. PS parking was $20 and lockers were $15, $17 and $20.
This place has the potential for being great and my guess is that when it opened, it probably was. However now it's less so. Not a bad place just not in my opinion a great place. It appears to me that the keep the place short staffed on purpose. Sure there are enough staff to keep things running, just not running well. During my recent visit each line we stood on a minimum of one hour for each ride. This wait could have been greatly diminished with hiring more staff. I don't think that they want to hire more staff. I think that they want you to buy on of their three tiers of "flash passes" It seems to me that if they had more staff they would have shorter lines and those shorter lines would defeat the purpose of a Flash Pass so they keep the lines long. The reason I think this is because a park employee approached me and commented on how long the line was. I said yes it's a really long wait. You seem to need more staff. He agreed and said that the best way to deal with the long wait is to buy a Flash Pass (that he was selling/promoting). It just feels wrong to me. I spent $50 on a basic lunch for three people. Two Hot Dogs (the buns were stale) and a cold burger that had obviously been sitting for a while and three servings of fries that had been overcooked. Oh and 3 soft drinks. I get it that it's amusement park prices but the food should at least be decent. I'm not asking for great just good.
Fabian Alfonso Ayala Ruiz
Summer fun. I came here summer 2008 and this was truly awsome. From the pull with machine inducing waves to twister. They could do better with more slides and rides for kids and adults though.
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