Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is part of Six Flags New England and included with theme park admission. This family friendly waterpark has more than a dozen attractions, including two half-million gallon wave pools – Commotion Ocean and Hurricane Bay, a water coaster, endless adventure river, and a dozen water slides.
While visiting be sure to check out Typhoon, the park's thrilling water coaster with high-banked turns, tunnels and uphill climbs. Tornado, is a multi-rider tube ride that winds through an enclosed 132-foot flume before dropping into a giant, six-story funnel.
Nearby the Bonzai Pipelines are six thrilling, high-speed body slides that descend from a 75-foot tower. Six riders individually enter a capsule to stand on a trap door. When the door pops open, each rider free-falls into an enclosed flume to reach speeds of up to 40 miles-per-hour.
Amenities at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor New England include a variety of food and beverage choices, locker rentals, changing facilities, and a gift shop. Private cabanas with reserved seating and wait service are available for an additional charge.
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Type of park:
Outdoor Waterpark + Theme Park
Theme park open April through December. Waterpark open Memorial Day weekend to early-September.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2019 Admission Rates
From New York take I-95 to I-91 North to exit 47W. Follow Route 190 West to Route 159 North which leads to Six Flags New England.
From Boston take Mass-Pike West to exit 6. Follow I-291 West and merge right onto I-91 South and take exit 3, Agawam. Cross bridge and take first exit. Follow rotary to Route 57 West and then take Route 159 South (Main Street) to Six Flags New England.