This tropical theme waterpark is located next door to Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park in Southern California.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles is one of the largest waterpark's in the region featuring more than 23 water slides and attractions on 12 acres, including a giant wave pool, a family raft ride, lazy river to relax in, tube rides and high-speed body slides for adrenaline junkies.
The park's lineup of water rides includes favorites like the Tornado tube ride, Lost Tumple Rapids family raft ride, Bonzai Pipelines trapdoor body slides, and the always scary Black Snake Summit enclosed speed slides.
Hop on board the Tornado and you'll ride with friends in a giant tube down a 132-foot enclosed tunnel to descend into a giant 60-foot tall funnel lying on its side. Thousands of gallons of water flush riders back and forth, up the walls, and eventually out the end.
For thrill-seekers Six Flags Hurricane Harbor has two speed slide towers – Taboo Tower and the even taller Black Snake Summit that includes the two tallest, fully enclosed water slides in Southern California – Coiled Cobra and Twisted Fang.
From the same tower brave souls can board the Bonzai Pipelines – two high-speed body slides that begin with you standing on trapdoor inside an enclosed launch capsule. When door opens you'll begin a freefall descent into a straight descent slide or looping slide.
For the park's youngest guests, children and toddlers, two areas – Castaway Cove and Splash Island – have slides, pools, fountains, and water fun downsized just for them.
Amenities at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles include multiple concessions with a variety of food and beverage choices, lockers, changing rooms and a gift shop. Guests can also upgrade their experience with a private cabana with reserved seating and wait service.
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(661) 255-4527 (818) 367-5965
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Opening day May 19, 2019. Open weekends to October 6, 2019, and daily from June 7 to September 2, 2019.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2019 Admission Rates
From Los Angeles or Orange County take Interstate 5 North to the Magic Mountain Parkway exit in Valencia.