Thursday, February 22, 2018

Six Flags Rebrands Waterworld Concord into Hurricane Harbor + Announces New Attraction

Six Flags has announced that Waterworld Concord, which joined the Six Flags family last year, is being rebranded as Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord.  The water park is located near Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, and serves as an additional experience for pass holders of that park to check out and enjoy.

Six Flags currently has many Hurricane Harbor themed water parks located throughout North America, each containing tropical theming and plenty of exciting attractions.  Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord will receive many upgrades for 2018, including theming upgrades to match the park's new name and vibe.

© Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord
The water park will also debut a brand new addition, named Splashwater Island.  The attraction will be a massive water play house with more than 100 interactive features such as sprayers, water jets and geysers.  It will feature multiple levels of play areas, have seven of its own water slides extending off of it, and keep families busy with a giant tipping bucket, water curtains, dancing fountains and more.

“Six Flags is a world-renowned leader in thrills and innovation and we are excited to add the Six Flags Hurricane Harbor name to our newest park,” said Six Flags Discovery Kingdom and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord President Don McCoy. “The new Splashwater Island attraction will delight families with young children and guests of all ages will enjoy the colorful, new theming and many park enhancements.”

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord will see more improvements as well.  New luxury cabanas and comfortable lounge chairs will be added to the park, along with renovated dining and retail establishments, new paint on many existing slides, and new signage throughout the park.  A giant new entrance marquee will greet guests as they start their day.

For more on Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, which opens May 5th, check out the park's official website.