Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy, Valencia, CA 91355, United States 0 Reviews


The principle favored situation of this park is its region to the city. For the little ones, there is Castaway Cove and Splash Island, near which there is a delight district for watchmen. For reasonably matured children, there are low-climb rides called Tornado and, finally, silly riders can ride an incomprehensible slant – 15 meters of free fall, by then practically 70 meters of winding dive. The work routine of the entertainment community discontinuously changes, so before going there, we propose checking the time and extended lengths of work.

Typhoon Harbor is the name of a chain of water stops that are a bit of the Six Flags entertainment mecca chain. Despite the way that the parks are not indistinct, typical features join a grouping of body slides, speed slides, tube slides, wave pools, languid streams, and shopping districts.

Close to Six Flags Magic Mountain is this wilderness themed, 22-section of land water park where you can chill in a tropical tidal pond, valiant stirring wave pools and plunge down fiendish fast slides with names like Banzai Pipeline and Taboo Tower.

In Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Tropical storm Harbor is open every day from mid-June through mid-August, with shorter hours reaching out to late May and late September – opening times and days fluctuate, so check the site. It is shut during colder months.

Storm Harbor is in the Santa Clarita Valley, north of the San Fernando Valley. It’s around 22 miles north of the 101-405 Fwy exchange or around 32 miles from Santa Monica (by means of I-405 and I-5), around 26 miles from Universal Studios (through the CA-170 and I-5 expressways) and 36 miles north of Downtown LA (by means of I-5). Stopping is $23.

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