NEW JERSEY — New Jersey’s Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is undergoing upgrades ahead of its May 20 summer opening.
The water park is undergoing its biggest investment in more than two decades, according to a statement from Six Flags. The company outlines some of the changes attendees can expect at this location in Jackson.
A “tree play structure” will be added to Splash Island’s list of attractions, complete with mini slides, waterfalls and a water bucket. The park will also increase its number of slides by seven, with new rides like RipCurl and Shark Attack making their debut, all of which are aimed at younger visitors.
Acting Park President Randy Wilke said, “As one of the largest water parks in the Northeast, we are focused on increasing value for families and improving the client experience. This significant investment brings state-of-the-art kiddie rides for children under 42 inches, as well as park enhancements aimed at providing exciting new experiences for all ages.
“This significant investment brings state-of-the-art kiddie rides for children under 42 inches, as well as park enhancements aimed at providing exciting new experiences for all ages.”
— Randy Wilke, Acting Park Presidentr
Outside of the games, Hurricane Harbor is rolling out oversized cabana and umbrella rental options for families to take a break during their visit. The park is also renovating its dining area facing Splash Island.
Season Pass pricing starts at $8.99/month after initial payment.