Six Flags acquired Wet'n'Wild Phoenix in 2018 and has renamed and rebranded the park Six Flags Hurricane Harbor for 2019.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is the premier waterpark in Phoenix. Located on the former Wildwater Safari property, this renovated park offers a collection of the industries newest and most popular water rides and attractions.
Some of the unique attractions found at Six Flags include the first and only ride of its kind in the world– Maximum Velocity . This "dueling" water coaster blasts riders uphill on jetted water and over 830 feet of hair raising drops and curves.
Mammoth Falls– is a giant family raft ride that drops riders 57-feet before the raft goes shoots up a vertical wall and then falls back down. You'll experience the sensation of weightlessness while riding this ride.
Desert Racers– the next generation of racing mat slides, where you start from an enclosed tube that loops around into the six-lane, side-by-side downhill speedway. The entire slide is 240-feet long and riders reach speeds of up to 20 feet per-second.
Nearby the Tornado is an iconic water ride that sends multiple riders on a tube into a 160-foot tunnel before plummeting them into a giant funnel that lies on it's side. Constrictor is a double-rider tube slide with the world's first series of tight corkscrew turns. And Raging River is a 600-foot long family raft ride that descends four-stories with sharp turns and steep drops.
The park also has several tube and body slides, a large wave pool with four-foot rolling waves and the Crazy Cactus roaring lazy river.
Type of park:
July 4, 2009
Open weekends March 9, 2019 to October 13, 2019, daily May 20 to August 5, 2019, plus Spring Break.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
2019 Admission Rates
The park is located in the Maricopa County's Adobe Dam Regional Park near the border of Phoenix and Glendale, West of I-17 on Pinnacle Peak Road.