Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown, Houston’s largest waterpark featuring over 40 thrill-inducing slides and attractions, opens for the 2019 season on Saturdays and Sundays beginning May 4. The newly rebranded property will debut numerous upgrades and extensive theming throughout the park. Daily operation begins on May 24. Plan my Spring trip by asking Inspirock to come up with tips and suggestions.
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My husband took my child and a friend here. My son lost his glasses on a ride. They shut it down and retrieved them. I couldn’t believe it! That’s fantastic customer service for a water park. We will.... more
My husband took my child and a friend here. My son lost his glasses on a ride. They shut it down and retrieved them. I couldn’t believe it! That’s fantastic customer service for a water park. We will.... more »
The park was a blast. The kids had a great time playing and going on the rides. The entertainment was well worth the money spent. The only drawback was the food. The food left alot to be desired, huge lines, a 45 minute wait to order, the best part was the fries. The burger was burnt, the pizzas weren't done all the way, but after almost an hr waiting for food it isn't like we could send it back. For $120 bucks to feed 6 people, it could've been better. So that was disappointing. But other than that, the park itself was great. The staff were friendly and polite, the lines weren't too bad, and the kids made some awesome memories. The restrooms were well maintained, the facilities in general were clean, and the lifeguards were very prompt and professional. We don't usually go to large water parks, but this was definitely a memorable experience, minus the whole food debacle. 4 stars
Fun for all ages and all skill levels. Be sure to buy a clear plastic pouch for your phone. I heard they have them at Walmart for $5. The lazy river is faster than it looks but it is safe and fun. There is a giant wave pool that has music playing. A good hang out spot for friends or families. It had many different levels from shallow for little kids to deep about 8ft. The middle section was 3-4 feet. The wall had the levels clearly posted. The young people who work there did an excellent job at keeping people safe, making sure people follow the rules, and rescuing people who may have under estimated their skill level. They have life vests everywhere. I heard tube rentals are $6. You can find slides of all sizes. There was a large water playground area equipped with slides big enough for multi age groups. It was loads of fun. This was my family's first time here. We will definitely be back.
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