Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord in Concord, CA

1950 Waterworld ParkwayConcord, CA 94520
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Overview

Home to Northern California’s longest lazy river and more than 25 thrilling water attractions and 7 complexes, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord is the among the best waterparks in the state. Splash around in the four-story, Splashwater Island with more than 100 play features or get your heart racing from six stories high on the Break Point Plunge water slide. Choose your fun and splash away!

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Concord Travel Experts
  • Rides and water attractions require specific height and weight restrictions.
  • Bring your own beach towels.
  • Only Coast Guard Approved life vests are allowed inside the park.
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord enforces a dress code for guest safety.

Description

from Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord is Six Flags Discovery Kingdom water park located in Concord, California. It has 25 waterslides and 7 complexes.

Splashwater Island - Featuring a multi-level, four-story play structure with more than 100 features. Guests will climb up ladders, splash down 600 feet over nine open and enclosed slides, and navigate varying platforms and net structures to keep families entertained all summer long.

Catch a wave in our gigantic wave pool or hop in and go with the flow on Northern California's longest lazy river. Splash, play and explore in 20,000 gallons of fun designed for the younger kids at Wild Water Kingdom. The all new Break Point Plunge will take brave riders to a towering height of more than six-stories! From our friendly team members to our attentive water safety team, it’s our job at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord to ensure your day is as safe as it is enjoyable. We pride ourselves in offering our guests the best possible water park experience around!

NEW FOR SPRING 2019 - Kids will love to splash and play in Caribbean Cove, a water play area just for them. Featuring a giant wading pool, this fun play structure will keep them entertained - and refreshed - all day long!

RIDER GUIDELINES:
Many rides at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord are dynamic and thrilling. There are inherent risks in riding any amusement ride. For your protection, each ride is rated for its special features, such as speed, steep drops, sharp turns or other dynamic features. If you choose to ride, you accept all these risks. Restrictions for guests of extreme size (height or weight) are posted at certain rides. Guests with disabilities should refer to Guest Services for information regarding restrictions. Participate responsibly. You should be in good health to ride safely. You know your physical conditions and limitations, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord does not. If you suspect your health could be at risk for any reason, or you could possibly aggravate a pre-existing condition of any kind, DO NOT RIDE.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord lifeguards are highly trained and qualified. Please follow their instructions at all times.

DRESS CODE:
Swimwear is required for all rides/attractions. Cut off jeans/shorts, wet suits, swimwear with buttons, zippers, rivets or snaps on the back are not permitted on any slides, or inside the Park. Thong swimsuits, Speedos or other revealing swimwear are not permitted.

TOWELS:
Please plan to bring your own beach towels. If you forget to bring one, affordable beach towels are available for purchase at the Tahiti Trader gift shop.

FLOATATION DEVICES:
Coast Guard approved life vests are provided free of charge for weak swimmers at the entrance to the Breaker Beach wave pool and entrance to Lil’ Kahuna’s Waterworks. Life vests are not permitted on any slides. Guests may also bring their own life vests, as long as it is Coast Guard Approved.

Arm floaties, kid’s rafts, fun noodles or any other inflatable/flotation device are not permitted inside the Park.

PARK RE-ENTRY:
Guests may exit and re-enter the same day. Just remember to have your hand stamped at the exit turnstiles to enjoy same day in and out privileges. Re-enter at the entrance turnstiles.

WEATHER:
For safety reasons, attractions will close temporarily during inclement weather (i.e., hard rain, lighting, hail, thunder, etc.). As soon as weather conditions improve and deemed safe to do so, attractions will re-open. Refunds and rain checks are not permitted due to inclement weather.

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David T
"Freezing water"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed July 15, 2019 NEW
Long line to get in, can't find a place to sit, have to change in bathroom... tubes for lazy river is not free (have to pay)... and again water is freezing cold - when outside temperature is near 100.
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Danielle G
Fairfield, California
"Crowded, dirty and poor customer service"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed July 08, 2019 NEW
It has been approximately 15 years since I last visited this water park. I am sad to see that most of the changes made since then are not good. The park is now very crowded. Crowd control was minimal and the lazy river & wave pool were overcrowded. The lazy river was also dirty and full of debris. It is hard to find someplace to sit if you do not have an upgraded pass. I had tried to purchase a cabana rental online prior to my visit but was only offered bimini rentals. When I got to the park I explained my problem with the website and inquired about upgrading from biminis to a cabana. I was told that there are often problems with the website cabana rentals. Twice I was told that I could rent a cabana and have the bimini rental refunded. Based on what I was told, I rented the cabana and went to get my bimini rental refund. Only then was I told that there was no management personnel available to process my refund, and this was on a holiday weekend. Since then, I have emailed and left a voice mail message with Six Flags to get an update on the refund with no response. Although the cabana itself was nice, I had to ask 3 times for the included bottled water. Service in the cabana rental area was minimal. Based on the level of cleanliness in the bathroom and attractions, the overcrowding and the very poor customer service received, I won't be going back this water park again.
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joannee69
Concord,California
"Over priced and not baby friendly!"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed July 02, 2019 NEW
It's been 2 years since our last family visit, alot has changed since Six Flags purchased Waterworld Concord from the city. They have so many more rules now. No baby floats allowed, you have to purchase one of theirs, that you supposedly can bring in the next visits. They also don't allow baby shade tents any longer. No adults can go down slides with kids in their laps in the used to be baby/ toddler pool area. The bucket there has such force with the water dumping that it would knock down a toddler or child at 1 year who's walking holding an adults hand, be alert. They allow double tubes in the lazy river, which is not lazy anymore, filled with kids messing around and not being courteous to others and running into you with their tubes from behind you, you have to be alert to that also. They have areas set aside and off limits unless your premier guest or members, not much shade for regular pass or single day people so get there early if you need shade. The cost of food is outrageous, $14. for chicken strips with fries and you can't get a small drink unless you have the dining pass, you have to buy the bigger refillable size. So be prepared to spend more money than you anticipated. Parking is $25.00, one day entrance is around $45, rentals for tubes and purchase of baby floats plus overcharging for food. Food is not allowed in the park, baby food is ok, wouldn't allow food for food allergy people in, so keep ice chest in your car so you can go out and eat if you have to.
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Mai N
"Hurrican Harbor Crowd Control is terrible"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed June 23, 2019 NEW
The food courts crowd control is horrible. The worse I've seen at any amusement park. What good is becoming a member if you have to wait over an hour for food and unlimited drinks? Customers are frustrated and arguments/fights have broken out. The wait out front to enter is also very bad. There is no one in charge and workers are actually getting in the way of customers. Just not smart or acceptable. Glad I did not buy a season pass or membership. Will not be coming back, even my small kids were very disappointed in the experience. I usually don't write reviews unless i felt really strong about the bad service and experience. Thank you
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1972TravelGirl
San Francisco, California
"The Food Court sucks the fun out of the day! "
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed June 14, 2019
Hurricane Harbor is fun for the family minus the adults who have to wait in line for food. There are false illusions of food shacks all over the park. The shacks are NEVER open!!! We have been coming here for 3yrs, are season pass holders, and have never seen them open for service. I have been waiting for our food/standing in line for an hour. It’s unacceptable. The food is unhealthy (pizza, nachos, burgers: no salads or fruit), and my kids don’t eat like this anyhow. This is California and there should be more culturally appropriate food choices. We aren’t allowed to bring in food. It’s a horrible disservice not opening any of the food shacks to alleviate the lines. Especially considering how much our family pays into the Six Flags corporation each year. One un nutritional over priced ‘food’ bar with four windows is appealing. This sucks the fun out of Hurricane Harbor every single visit. This may be our last year.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord

Do the water slides and attractions have height and weight restrictions?
Yes. Restrictions, as well as the ratings, for each slide/attraction are posted. Should you have questions about a specific ride, please see Guest Services upon arrival to the park.

Are lifeguards on duty?
Yes. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord employs highly trained lifeguards stationed throughout the water park at all times.

What is the dress code?
The dress code is as follows:

  • Swimwear is required for all rides/attractions.
  •  Cut off jeans/shorts, wetsuits, swimwear with buttons, zippers, rivets or snaps on the back are not permitted on any slides, or inside the park. 
  • Thong swimsuits, Speedos or other revealing swimwear are not permitted.

Guests who do not follow the dress code may be asked to exit the park.

Do I have to bring my own towel?
Yes. However, should you forget to bring towels, you may purchase one at the gift shop.

Are life vests provided?
Coast Guard approved life vests are provided free of charge for weak swimmers at the entrance to the Breaker Beach wave pool and entrance to Lil’ Kahuna’s Waterworks. Life vests are not permitted on any slides. Guests may also bring their own life vests, as long as it is Coast Guard Approved. Arm floaties, kids rafts, fun noodles or any other inflatable/flotation device are not permitted inside the park.

Can I exit and re-enter the park?
Yes. Have your hand stamped at the exit turnstiles for in and out privileges.

Is the water park open if it rains?
For safety reasons, attractions will close temporarily during inclement weather (i.e., hard rain, lighting, hail, thunder, etc.). As soon as weather conditions improve and deemed safe to do so, attractions will reopen. Refunds and rain checks are not permitted due to inclement weather.

Can I bring my selfie stick or mono-pod?
No. These items are not allowed in Six Flags parks.

Can a friend save my spot in line for a water slide or attraction?
No. Guests exiting a line must go to the back of the line if they choose to return. Line jumping may be cause for ejection without refund.

Can I smoke at the park?
While Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord is a smoke-free attraction, there are designated areas for smoking. Smoking is only permitted in these areas. Guests under 21 are not allowed to smoke.

Are strollers and wheelchairs available for rent?
Yes. These items are available to rent on a first come, first served basis for an additional fee.

Does the water park have lockers?
Yes. These lockers are available for rent throughout the day for an extra fee.