Hurricane Harbor Splashtown (formerly Wet'n'Wild SplashTown and SplashTown Houston) is a large 53-acre waterpark located north of downtown Houston. The park is now operated by Six Flags under a management agreement.
Here you'll find more than two-dozen water slides, pools and attractions, including a half-million gallon wave pool, lazy river, and water play areas for children.
Thrill rides at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown include to the Big Spin, open and enclosed bowl body slides, Brain Drain, a seven-story tall, 333-foot long looping, speed-slide that begins in a trap-door launch into a free-fall descent, a double FlowRider continuous wave surf ride, and Texas Freefall, two side-by-side body slides with a near vertical five-story drop.
RipQurl is a tube slide that begins with an enclosed flume that winds into a giant bowl and Stingray Racer, the longest, largest and only six-lane Octopus Racer mat slide in Texas.
Another popular ride at the waterpark is the Tornado, a tube ride that begins from a 75-foot high platform. From there you and up-to three friends descend a 132-foot enclosed flume before dropping into a giant, open-ended funnel that's lying on its side, filled with 5,000 gallons of water.
Families can ride together on the Thunder Run toboggan-style tube slide and Big Kahuna, a multi-rider raft ride.
The waterpark also has an activity pool, three-story interactive Tree House with a 1,000 gallon tipping water bucket, climbing net ladders and slides. When it's time to relax Hurricane Harbor Splashtown has a relaxing lazy river you can float, plenty of areas to lounge around and a half-million gallon wave pool to cool you off.
For toddlers and younger guests, the waterpark offers kid-friendly versions of the park's larger attractions in an area limited to those under 50-inches and their accompanying parent.
Additional amenities include cabanas with wait service, a variety of food and beverage options, locker rentals, and gift shop.
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Due to COVID-19 the waterpark will not open for the 2020 season. The park was supposed to reopen June 29, 2020, but announced on August 6 that they would instead remain closed for the year.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2020 Admission Rates
Hurricane Harbor Splashtown is located north of Houston on IH-45. From IH-45 North, exit at FM-2920-Tomball. From IH-45 South, take exit 68 Louetta Rd.