Located between Dallas and Fort Worth is Six Flags Hurricane Harbor a 47-acre waterpark offering 26 water slides and attractions. Texans love to come here to take a break from the summer heat in the park's gigantic one-million gallon wave pool. You'll also find a gentle, flowing lazy river and more than dozen thrilling water slides.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Texas has a stellar lineup of attractions. Here you can try some of the waterpark industry's finest water rides like the six-story tall Tsunami Surge. Once on board, you'll twist and turn, riding in a tube with friends down a 68-foot enclosed tunnel, building speed, before you ride up a 40-foot wall, resembling a giant wave, to experience the sensation of zero-gravity.
Nearby, the 75-foot tall Tornado water ride is another thriller where you and friends riding in a tube descends a dark, 132-foot long tunnel before dropping into a giant 60-foot wide funnel lying on its side flushing with thousands of gallons of water.
For more fun take a ride on the Sea Wolf toboggan ride, Mega Wedgie half-pipe tube ride, or Typhoon Twister, a single or double rider tube slide into a giant toilet bowl. Thrill-seekers will not want to miss the waterpark's lineup of high-speed slides like Dive Bomber and Der Stuka, two seven-story tall freefall body slides!
For younger guests the park has a shallow water activity pool with sprayers and smaller sized, not so scary, water slides.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor also offers private cabanas available with wait service, multiple food and beverage choices, lockers and changing rooms, and a gift shop filled with souvenirs and necessities.
Type of park:
Reopened June 18, 2020. Open daily except Monday and Tuesday 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 park is located between downtown Dallas and downtown Fort Worth. From I-30 East or West take Ballpark Way North. Turn left on Lamar Boulevard and the proceed to the waterpark entrance.