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Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles

The now defunct Hurricane Harbor was a waterpark located in the Los Angeles County. The owner and several former managers are awaiting trial after being charged with operating a public nuisance. And though the story is over 4 years old, the Los Angeles County Council is still fighting to renovate their other parks complexes.

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In compliance with L.A. County mandates, masks are required indoors for ALL guests at Six Flags Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor. Outdoors, guests and team members who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, are not required to wear masks (in accordance with guidance from the CDC and local and state recommendations). Also consistent with CDC guidance, we will continue to recommend masks at all times for unvaccinated individuals, including guests and team members. Temperature screenings, reservations, and social distancing are not required. Located next door to Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Six Flags Magic Mountain spans 206 acres (83 hectares) and features over 100 rides, games, and attractions, including nearly 20 roller coasters. Highlights include the gravity-defying X2, Tatsu, Twisted Colossus, and Full Throttle. Combo passes allow you to enjoy both attractions over multiple days.

If you’re a water baby or your children love water parks, this can be a perfect holiday for you! At the Six Flags Hurricane Harbor – La in Los Angeles, you can have a lot to explore. From slides to some gentle rides, you and your tots can have an exciting time for hours. The park is so huge that it offers special rides for everyone who is looking for a chilled out time. On busy weekends, you may have to wait for about 30 minutes for your turn, otherwise with plenty of water rides available, you can choose to go to any! Monitored by a friendly staff, the rides are safe and secure for all ages groups. If you’re hungry, you can explore the nearby restaurants to grab a bite. (Source: www.triphobo.com)

 

 

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