Among the largest water parks in California, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor hosts a variety of thrill rides and kiddie attractions, including Tornado, a tube ride that sends guests barreling through a six-story funnel, Lost Temple Rapids, a 560-foot long family raft ride, Taboo Tower, a complex of three 65-foot slides, and Castaway Cove, a large play area for children with interactive games and kiddie slides.
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Requires a separate admission from the adjacent Six Flags Magic Mountain
theme park. Combo tickets are available. Reduced price for children under 48". Under 2 are free.
From LA: 405 Freeway N to the junction with Interstate 5N (this happens automatically-the 405 ends at I-5). Take I-5N to Magic Mountain Parkway.
From Anaheim: Take I-5N to Magic Mountain Parkway.
From the Interstate 15 Freeway: Interstate 15N to Interstate 10W to the Interstate 210 Freeway W to the Interstate 5 Freeway N (the 210 automatically ends at the I-5 north). Take I-5N to Magic Mountain Parkway.
Water Park Features:
Funnel ride, tube slides, speed slides, body slides, racing slides, family raft ride, wave pool, lazy river, and play areas for small children.
New for 2010:
Mr. Six's Splash Island
The goofy Six Flags spokesgeek (who never speaks) gets a new attraction this season. It's an interactive water play structure for younger guests that will include slides, sprayers, a dump bucket, and other wet fun.
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