Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord is a water park in Concord, California. It was originally developed, owned and operated by Premier Parks. It is currently owned by EPR Properties and is operated by Six Flags. The Most Thrilling Waterpark in Northern California features more than 35 rides, playgrounds and attractions in sunny Concord, California. This is a fun way to cool off when the heat floats down the longest lazy river Or better yet, play and splash in Breaker Beach's gigantic wave pool.
There are thrills as riders can stroll through the massive Tornado or shoot down the Big Kahuna. Lots of fun for young people, too, with the opening of the Caribbean Cove in 2019, a water playground designed just for them.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord is the most accessible water park in Northern California. The Park is conveniently located less than two miles from Concord Bay Rapid Transit (BART) station. From Concord BART, County Connection offers a number of busses that run from Concord BART and stop right in front of the Park at the intersection of Waterworld Parkway. And then Willow Pass Road.
Waterworld California, originally the USA Waterworld, opened in 1995. It was developed by what was formerly Premier Parks, which also leased and operated the original WaterWorld USA (now Raging Waters Sacramento). Premier Parks also owned the nearby United States Marine World Africa (now the Six Flags Discovery Kingdom). The three parks were run by the same management, and their close proximity made deals so that the season passes to Marine World also worked at the Waterworld USA parks. Premier Parks acquired Six Flags on 1 April 1998 and eventually changed its name to Six Flags Inc.In 1998 Six Flags began rebranding a number of properties, but the Waterworld Parks were not renamed until 2003, when they became Six Flags Waterworld.
At the end of the 2006 season, Six Flags divested itself of a number of properties, including the two Waterworld Parks. CNL Lifestyle Properties purchased Concord Park on 11 January 2007. In 1998 Six Flags began rebranding a number of properties, but the Waterworld Parks were not renamed until 2003, when they became Six Flags Waterworld. At the end of the 2006 season, Six Flags divested itself of a number of properties, including the two Waterworld Parks. CNL Lifestyle Properties purchased Concord Park on 11 January 2007.
Multiple CNL properties, including Waterworld, were owned by Premier Parks LLC — though similar in name, it was not the same company that built the park. In November 2016, CNL sold its recreation assets, including Waterworld, to EPR Properties. Premier Parks LLC continued to manage Waterworld. Six Flags Entertainment Corporation announced on April 27, 2017 that it would take over the park operations from Premier Parks, LLC. Six Flags announced on February 22, 2018 that the park would be renamed Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord.
This amazing landmark is located near the following must-see sights in Pleasant Hill, California:
Lindsay Wildlife Experience
Briones Regional Park
Pleasant Hill Park
Frank Salﬁngere Park
Dinosaur Hill Park
Pleasant Hill BART Station
All of these wonderful attractions are located just a short drive from our location near Downtown Walnut Creek, California on Locust Street. Stop by for a visit anytime!