Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy
Valencia CA 91355
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Opening Hours

  • Mon: 10:30am-7pm
  • Tue: 10:30am-7pm
  • Wed: 10:30am-7pm
  • Thu: 10:30am-7pm
  • Fri: 10:30am-7pm
  • Sat: 10:30am-8pm
  • Sun: 10:30am-7pm


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Six Flags Magic Mountain is a park of thrills. If you love fast, up in the air rides, or if you have teenagers who do, this is the place for you. Many of the attractions have a minimum height requirement of 48", but there is also a kids area for the little ones in your family.

Three Must-See Attractions at Six Flags Magic Mountain
X2 - The seats rotate 360 degrees on this popular ride that is 3,610 feet in length and travels up in the air the equivalent of 20 stories at 76 mph. Add to that a light show, music, and other sound effects, and you are promised an unparalleled spin.

Superman – You'll sit with another 13 brave ones and in seven seconds will reach -- in reverse and going up -- a speed of 100 miles. Once you are 415 feet in the air, there will be no way but down, to which you will plummet at 92 miles per hour, face first, feeling just like Superman.

Twisted Colossus – Whether you had a prior chance to go on the iconic and now closed wooden Colossus or not, riding Twisted Colossus will allow you to be at the landmark location and inside the structure that is the most recognizable in the entire park. You can pay tribute to Six Flags Magic Mountain's history and at once face your fears on this new ride.

Where to Stay Near Six Flags Magic Mountain
Stevenson RanchValencia, and Castaic, about an hour northwest of Los Angeles, are three of the cities near Six Flags Magic Mountain. There are plenty of lodging options at each of them. The Santa Clarita Trolley Service provides free transportation to Six Flags Magic Mountain from a few hotels. Read more about it here.

Best and Worst Time to Go to Six Flags Magic Mountain
Summer weekends are quite busy. If you can, visit during the week or in the winter. Keep an eye on the weather forecast as many of the attractions are outdoors. If you must visit during the peak months, start early in the day and stay after 5 p.m., when the crowds get lighter.

Discounts at Six Flags Magic Mountain
Periodically Six Flag Magic Mountain offers special deals that get posted on this page. You may want to enter your email at the bottom of that page for a chance to win tickets and to receive special offers.

Food at Six Flags Magic Mountain
No outside food, beverages, or coolers are allowed in the park. However, from pizza and burgers to sushi and ice cream, you can find lunch, dinner, and snacks all over the park. See a list of options on this page.

Parking at Six Flags Magic Mountain
Parking at Six Flags Magic Mountain is $20 per car, or $35 for valet parking.

Transportation alternatives at Six Flags Magic Mountain
There is a way to get from Los Angeles to the park using public transportation. It requires a few transfers but you can read directions in detail on this page.

If you stay at select hotels in the area, the Santa Clarita Trolley can take you back and forth from the park at no charge. Learn more about this here.

Author's Bio: Dena Burroughs has lived in Los Angeles for almost 30 years. She loves palm trees, traveling, and dancing Salsa. is her own website.