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June 24, 2011

Six Flags America Expands Hurricane Harbor Water Park With Zoomazon Falls

Bowie, MDSix Flags America and Hurricane Harbor have pulled back the rainforest canopy to introduce Zoomazon Falls this summer. The four slides have undergone a complete refurbishment and reopen as body slides, letting guests leave the inner tubes behind.

Zoomazon Falls Water Slides Six Flags America Hurricane Harbor
The colorful Zoomazon Falls body slides offer guests four different paths to choose from. The renovated slides recently reopened at Six Flags America's Hurricane Harbor water park in Maryland.

Zoomazon Falls offers four different twisting, turning, body slides, each enhanced by waterfalls, tropical decor, jungle soundtracks, and more. In total, the slides offer more than a half-mile of watery excitement.

The new slide project is the latest addition to the Maryland property and joins 15 other water attractions in the Hurricane Harbor water park.

"We are pleased to give our guests even more thrills this summer at Six Flags America and Hurricane Harbor as we introduce Zoomazon Falls and four brand new shows," said John Winkler, Six Flags America park president. "We've made a commitment to the Baltimore and Washington, DC region to continue to expand our entertainment offerings and make Six Flags America and Hurricane Harbor the best place to spend the summer. This year's new additions further that momentum."

Six Flags America and Hurricane Harbor is located 15 minutes west of Annapolis, Maryland and a short drive from Baltimore and Washington, DC.

Zoomazon Falls photo by Eric Gieszl. © 2011

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