Put on your swimsuit and make a splash at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Arlington. The water park features classics, such as a lazy river and surf pool, as well as thrillers like seven-story slides and high-speed chutes. Scream down a 18 m (60 ft) slide or swirl around a gigantic funnel. The kids' areas offer shallower pools and less intense rides. Food options, include theme-park fare, Mexican treats, and pizza. Check online for special events and offers. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Arlington is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , custom trip planner Edition.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Arlington reviews
I was EXTREMELY hesitant about visiting this park, but I’m glad I did because I had an amazing time! I’m not a good swimmer so I don’t visit water parks often, but this visit was perfect! I was able wear my water shoes on the rides and in the wave pool. The wave pool was big and clean. I love how there’s an area in the wave pool where you can sit (perfect for little people) and still experience the waves. There was a bit of a wait for multiple rider rides but the line moved pretty well. I didn’t encounter any rude staff. The last employee I had interaction with had a pretty nonchalant attitude when it came to my concern of the raft’s fit, but that was probably because we were the last of the visitors before he got to clock out. The pool area is AMAZING! The sitting wall on the inside of the waterfall is wonderful! The slides were a lot of fun! The lifeguards thankfully seemed very attentive also! There’s a few reviews complaining about how they weren’t allowed on because of weight. There definitely are certain rides with weight restrictions, but the weight limit is CLEARLY POSTED on the sign as you enter the ride. So if you’re honest with yourself before you walk up all those stairs, you’ll be alright. The only thing I didn’t like was when getting on the Sea Wolf, we all couldn’t ride together because of some height restriction. I was with two other people…one child and one adult. We were told the child needed to be under a certain height. I still don’t get it but didn’t make a big deal about it. I ended up riding with one of the teenage guys behind us. We didn’t try any of the food. The bathrooms could have been cleaner but they sufficed. Lockers were pretty expensive but came in very handy with the in/out privileges. We went on a Friday after 4p and all the rides were open except the Mega Wedgie. You’ll want to spend atleast 5 hours here to fully experience the park.
Crowd was a decent amount of people. We attended on a Monday. Arriving about 1:30pm. We had fun. Lines for food was short. Lazy River wasn’t overly crowded. Ride lines were medium but doable.
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