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Hurricane Harbor Arlington

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Hurricane Harbor
1800 E Lamar Boulevard
Arlington
TX
76006
Tel: 817 640 8900

Directions

Water fun is just a short drive away from the Dallas/Fort Worth area at 1800 E Lamar Blvd in Arlington.

From Oklahoma City, head south on I-35. At Denton, take I-35W South. When you get to I-30, take this east towards Dallas, then take Lamar Blvd north.

Parking one day $18.00 tax included.

Where are we going today?

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor has so many rides for the entire family you will be spoilt for choice -or rather, splashed for choice!

For those little under 5's, the enormous Hook's Ship will get them hooked (ha) as they climb fun net ladders, slide down slippery slides, and play in the water cannon blasts.  Make sure you keep an eye on that big 1,000 gallon bucket that's waiting above you - you wouldn't want to get caught under it!

If you fancy the whole family getting in on the act, get ready to make a splash as there are plenty of options!

Blue Raider lets you grab a partner and team up on their high speed raid down an incredible 530ft half enclosed slide, or you can chug your way through 1,500 gallons of storm water on the winding open-air body slide! If you want a slightly more relaxing time, then grab a tube and head to lazy river where you can watch the water world go by, and check out the coolest neighborhoods in the harbor! 

To top it all off, the Wahoo Race lets you race to the finish in their one-of-a-kind two-tiered water slide!  Ready....Set....Go!

Adrenaline junkies and water park professionals, we haven't forgotten about you! Are you brave enough to tackle the new 4D Black Hole of Doom!?  Sci-fi thrills and spills await you on this twisting decent into liquid darkness!  Or perhaps you want to endure a 72 foot free fall down into the waters below, or take on the 7 story free fall with it's own trapdoor entrance springing open when you least expect it!  SURPRISE!

You also have typhoons, tsunamis, tornados and even a half pipe to contend with.  Be Brave!  We will be with you....on the side lines....

The park often hold regular fun events, including days with the kids favorite characters out and about for them to have fun with and take pictures with.

Who's ready!? 

 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$26.99 bought online. $31.99 full price
  • Children$26.99 (Under 48")
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Seasonal hours. Often 10:30am open then 7pm/8pm close. Check before you go

I'm Hungry!

There are a number of yummy food places to stock up, from sit down meals to just grabbing quick snacks, including All-American fare, Italian, and desserts!

Unfortunately you can't bring your own food or drink into the park, with exceptions to special dietary requirements or food allergies. .

Healthy Eating!

They have lean wraps, vegetarian options, salads and sushi - and even a gluten free menu - in Surfside Grill, Primo's Pizzeria and Peg Leg Pete's .

Need a little extra help?

If you do need help, visit Guest Relations when you arrive and they will be happy to help, and let you know all the wheelchair accessible areas. It's worth noting they don't have wheelchairs to rent at the park. .

Can I get one of those?

Their shop have unique collectibles to apparel inspired by your favorite characters, so you can take a little piece of Six Flags home with you!.

More information

Check the height requirements on the rides, as not all of them are for everyone. They want you to stay safe! .

What people are saying?

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    I hate this waterpark. Spent the extra money to rent a Cabana. Only brought 1 credit card and $20. As soon as we arrived the Cabana attendant lost my credit card. He had put my credit card in his pocket and it fell out. My MasterCard had no business ever being in his pocket! Spent the entire day trying to survive on $20 with 4 preteen girls. Hurricane Harbor never apologized or tried to correct the situation. I was given several coupons for the same food we had already paid for when the Cabana attendant lost my card. I wanted to purchase...Read More

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    Its okai, its better to go in week day becuase theres less people which meens less waiting and eat before going becuase they dont allow food in the park and food inside is expensive, but other than that its ok..

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    visit date: 7/25/2014 As a single mom, I saved all year to take my son to 6 flags and Hurricane Harbor in Arlington. 1. It took us almost an hour to find a locker. 2. It was SO crowded you couldn't see the water in the wave pool. It looked like a sea of people. 3. It was 110 degrees outside so we went to the Lazy River, this place was great for getting run over every 5 seconds, too crowded (this couldn't have been safe.) people would literally plow into you, and you couldn't reach your arm out and not touch a stranger. 4. Decided to ride...Read More

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    Not worth the purchase price of a season pass. They are extremely disorganized when entering. The only way to exit park is through a store in hopes that you'll purchase something. They no longer allow coolers inside park. They make it very clear their only objective for this park is money. Never again. Waste of money..

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    It is ok, but the overall people that go there are trashy, rude and very dirty.. I prefer the one in san Antonio or even better is seaworld..

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by Melody Pinsukanjana

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I hate this waterpark. Spent the extra money to rent a Cabana. Only brought 1 credit card and $20. As soon as we arrived the Cabana attendant lost my credit card. He had put my credit card in his pocket and it fell out. My MasterCard had no business ever being in his pocket! Spent the entire day trying to survive on $20 with 4 preteen girls. Hurricane Harbor never apologized or tried to correct the situation. I was given several coupons for the same food we had already paid for when the Cabana attendant lost my card. I wanted to purchase pictures and couldn't because I didn't have enough money. Hurricane Harbor should have given me photos for the inconvenience this has caused. I talked to a manager and she told me there was nothing she could do. A month later and I'm still getting calls for bills my auto credits could not process and having to go online and update credit card information with my new card number. I absolutely detest Hurricane Harbor Arlington!!! Hope it goes out of business. Good riddance.

by Jennifer Cooper

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visit date: 7/25/2014 As a single mom, I saved all year to take my son to 6 flags and Hurricane Harbor in Arlington. 1. It took us almost an hour to find a locker. 2. It was SO crowded you couldn't see the water in the wave pool. It looked like a sea of people. 3. It was 110 degrees outside so we went to the Lazy River, this place was great for getting run over every 5 seconds, too crowded (this couldn't have been safe.) people would literally plow into you, and you couldn't reach your arm out and not touch a stranger. 4. Decided to ride the Raging Rapids first, probably 50-60 people in line. Stood there for over an hour and the ride lasted at the most 3 minutes. 5. We took our souvenir cups purchased the day before and were told our refills would be 99cents or free water refills. Conveniently, every stand was "out of water". LOL recharged us $14.99 for coke which was all they had. Workers were rude and unhelpful. Patrons were rude, inconsiderate, and would basically run you over. It was soooo crowded you could literally lose your people in a blink of an eye. WE LITERALLY RODE 1 RIDE IN 6 HOURS. I will never step foot in this place again....I would rather buy a blow up pool, fill it with urine and dunk myself in it.

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