January 21, 2005
Gurnee, IL -- Six Flags Great America announced that its new Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park will be included with admission to the theme park. According to Six Flags, they're doubling the fun for free in 2005.
"We are thrilled to offer this amazing value to our guests," said Ron Sevart, vice president and general manager for both Six Flags parks. "The new Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park is the largest addition in the history of Six Flags Great America. By combining these two world-class parks we are offering our guests nearly 120 acres of wet and dry thrill rides, shows, attractions and fun for the price of theme park admission."
Six Flags new water park Hurricane Harbor will feature 25 water slides, a family water playground with the world's largest interactive waterplay structure, a wave pool, half-mile lazy float river.
Guests who wish to visit more than once may want to consider a Six Flags season pass. Great America passes are $89.99 for individuals and include admission to the theme park and water park. A family of four or more can purchase individual passes for $79.99 each. Season passes may also be used at any Six Flags theme park in the country.
"Six Flags Great America is the Midwest's ultimate family escape," said Sevart. "With the two parks combined, our guests will need more than one day to experience all of our famous thrill rides and incredible shows plus the new Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park."
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