Hurricane Harbor, the water park at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, is looking to make a splash this summer when it unveils several new attractions and amenities.
In a March 1 press release, the park’s operator, Six Flags Entertainment Corp., said the enhancements represent the largest investment to the park in more than two decades. They include:
In a statement, interim park President Randy Wilke highlighted the additions, saying, “As one of the Northeast’s largest water parks, we are focused on increasing value for families and elevating the guest experience. This significant investment brings state-of-the-art kids’ attractions geared towards children under 42 inches tall, plus park enhancements aimed at providing exciting new experiences for all ages.”
Six Flags told NJBIZ it is not disclosing how much it invested in upgrades at the water park.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is scheduled to open May 20. Single-day passes, each valid for one person only, cost $34.99. Membership passes start at $8.99 per month after an initial payment of $28 and include unlimited visits to Hurricane Harbor, Six Flags Great Adventure and the Wild Safari Drive-Thru.
In advance of opening, the water park is also hiring for a range of positions, such as lifeguards, water attendants, food service, retail and admissions. Click here for more information.