Located next door to Six Flags Great Adventure is the 45-acre Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park. Here you can blast down thrilling water slides, relax in a lazy river, ride the waves or soak up the New Jersey sun.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor New Jersey offers millions of gallons of water attractions for all ages. Thrill-seekers can plunge down seven-stories on one of three adrenaline pumping speed slides or try the extreme twists, turns and speed of King Cobra the first dual-racing tube slide of its kind in the US. Hurricane Mountain offers six slides beginning atop a one-of-a-kind, five-story tall tower.
Join your friends for a race on Big Wave Racer, a multi-lane, head first, mat racer with aerodynamically designed slides that span over 1,800 feet and descend down several steep drops. Families and friends can ride together on the waterpark's family raft ride with a choice of two different slides– Big Bambu or Reef Runner.
When you're ready to just cool off the nearby Blue Lagoon Wave Pool is filled with 696,000-gallons of water and produces two-to-five foot man-made waves.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor also has a water play area for children– Caribbean Cove.
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(732) 928-1821 (732) 928-2000
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Reopened July 23, 2020. Park open daily except Tuesday and Wednesday through August, then weekends and holidays through mid-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.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is located in Jackson, New Jersey off I-195, at exit 16, then proceed one mile on Route 537.