As positive coronavirus cases continue to climb across the Greater Houston area, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown has postponed the start of its 2020 season, park officials announced via Facebook on June 26.
As previously reported by Community Impact Newspaper, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown announced plans June 10 to reopen to the public July 3 following an exclusive preview for members and holders of season passes June 29-July 2. However, those plans have now been postponed until further notice.
"Following Harris County health guidelines, the previously announced June 29 reopening for Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown will be delayed. We will communicate a future opening date when it becomes available," the statement reads.
For more information about new COVID-19 protocols in place at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown, click here.
Posted July 11 at 4:29 p.m.
After a delayed start to the season due to COVID-19, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown announced June 10 that it will open to the public July 3, following an exclusive preview for members and season passholders June 29-July 2.
As previously reported by Community Impact Newspaper, Six Flags has implemented a number of new safety measures and hygiene protocols across each of its 22 parks, including a required reservation system, health screenings for guests and team members, and enhanced sanitization efforts parkwide.
According to the online announcement, reservations for Diamond and Diamond Elite members will open June 11 at 10 a.m., followed by those for all members at 2 p.m.; for all members and pass holders at 6 p.m.; and for all members, pass holders and ticket holders June 12 at 9 a.m. To make a reservation, click here.