Your Guide to SixFlags Hurricane Harbor

Ride the slides, chill out on the lazy river or lounge in your own personal cabana – however if you prefer to get your tan on, SixFlags Hurricane Harbor has been Northern California’s first choice since 1995.


SixFlags Hurricane Harbor offers attractions for all kinds of visitors, from families with young children to adrenaline seekers looking for a wet and wild thrill.

Towering six-stories above the park, Hurricane Harbor's newest slide Break Point Plunge is not for the faint of heart. Riders enter an enclosed capsule only to have the floor beneath them vanish sending riders down a 270-foot long loop.

If you’re looking to kick back, grab a tube and float down the lazy river or ride a wave at Breaker Beach. With height and age requirements in place, some of Hurricane Harbor's attractions may not be suitable for every visitor. If you’re traveling with small children, Treasure Island and Lil’ Kahuna’s Waterworks is the perfect place for your little ones to splash in the sun.

water park play area and other attractions


Although no outside food or beverages are allowed inside the park, there are plenty of options to refuel and re-hydrate. From sweet treats to savory snacks, Hurricane Harbor has six dining areas to get your fix. For those with food allergies, consulting a manager upon arrival with any concerns is the best option to handling food sensitivities.

lollipops and other candy on a store display


The Hilton Concord is Hurricane Harbor's neighbor and partner hotel. When visitors stay at the Hilton Concord, they’ll have the option to book the SixFlags Hurricane Harbor Package that includes waterpark admission and an optional breakfast. In addition, the hotel offers complimentary transportation to the park’s main gate.

Concord has several other lodging options available to Hurricane Harbor visitors. See the full list here.


Season passes, single and multiple day tickets are available for purchase. Hurricane Harbor recommends buying tickets in advance of your visit to save money and time in line. Children under the age of three are free.

  • Single-Day $49.99
  • Single-Day Junior Admission $39.99
  • Single-Day Senior Admission $25.99-$28.99
  • Standard Season Pass $69.99
    Includes two friend tickets valid on select dates
  • Gold Season Pass $94.99
    Includes two friend tickets valid on select dates and one single tube rental every visit
  • Platinum Season Pass $194.99
    Includes two friend tickets valid on select dates and one single or double tube rental every visit
  • Diamond
  • Diamond Elite
waterworld wave pool

Passes can be purchased here.

To make the most out of your visit, don’t forget to bring:

  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Sandals (the pavement can be hot!)
  • Water
  • Towel

Enjoy your time in Diablo Valley!

Six Flags has new, innovative new safety procedures to keep both park staff and guests safe and having fun.

In conjunction with its parent company’s announcement of a comprehensive reopening plan, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord today released details of the new health and safety measures, including the use of new advanced technology systems to protect guests and employees. The park will reopen when it is safe to do so, and with approval by local, county and state officials.

Previously announced, the parks will employ a sophisticated online reservation system to manage attendance, schedule guests for entry by day, and stagger arrival times to minimize proximity exposure. 

Read more on their new guidelines here




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