February 18, 2010
Six Flags New England's Hurricane Harbor Announces
New Interactive Addition for 2010 — Mr. Six's Splash Island
Mr. Six beckons families to splash and play in New England's largest water park
New England’s largest water park, Hurricane Harbor, proves once again why it’s the ideal family destination, today announcing a new attraction for 2010 —
Mr. Six’s Splash Island. Based on Six Flags’ popular rater of fun, Mr. Six’s
Splash Island will open to the public on May 28 with 16,000 square feet of drenching thrills and relaxation for the entire family.
Mr. Six’s Splash Island will boast a 30,000 gallon shaded wave pool designed specifically for the little ones, a 150-foot interactive lazy river with dumping coconuts, rain curtains and squirting effects to keep kiddos cool in the hot
New England sun. The fun continues with water bubblers and fountains throughout the area. Mom and dad can relax in style with ten new luxury cabanas set poolside and offering lounge chairs, personal lockers, refrigerators, a flat screen TV and a personal wait staff. Also new for the 2010 season
Johnny Rockets the place where everyone can enjoy all-American favorites — hamburgers, shakes and fries served with a smile located next to Mr. Six’s
“Mr. Six has become an iconic character at Six Flags and we are excited to have the first Mr. Six’s Splash Island,” said Larry Litton, Six Flags New England’s park president. “Hurricane Harbor is a huge draw in the New England region and with the addition of Mr. Six’s Splash Island we are solidifying our commitment to providing a wide array of fun, affordable family entertainment.”
Mr. Six’s Splash Island will join a host of thrilling attractions in Hurricane Harbor including the Typhoon water coaster, Tornado, over 25 unique water slides and two 500,000 gallon wave pools. Bigger, better and wetter than ever before, Hurricane Harbor is ready to keep New Englanders cool all summer long.
About Six Flags:
Six Flags, Inc. is a publicly-traded corporation headquartered in New York City and is the world's largest regional theme park company with 19 parks across the United States, Mexico and Canada.