This family waterpark in Oklahoma City is the largest in the state with sixteen major waterslides, a wave pool, lazy river, and a large activity pool.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor (formerly White Water Bay) has a collection of waterslides, tube rides and thrilling speed slides. Mega-Wedgies is a 277-foot long freefall speed slide that descends 64-feet. Acapulco Cliff Dive is another high-speed, freefall body slide and then there is the Bermuda Triangle, your pick of three twisted, thrilling body slides. Pipeline Wave and Pirate's Plunge are exciting single or double rider tube rides.
For families there is the Ship Wreck Island activity pool, Big Kahuna family raft ride in a four -person tube, and for or young children Kid's Kove is a wading pool with water play structures, kiddie slides and fountains.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor waterpark is affiliated with Frontier City theme park. Tickets offering admission to both parks in a single day are available.
(405) 478-2412 (405) 943-9687
Type of park:
May 23, 1981
Reopened June 19, 2020. Open daily to mid-August, then weekends to early-September.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2020 Admission Rates
Tickets must be purchased in advance online and reservations are required.
The waterpark is located just off I-40. Take the Meridian Avenue exit, then go north to Reno. Turn right on Reno and travel 1/2 mile.