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SIX FLAGS HURRICANE HARBOR ANNOUNCES LARGEST EXPANSION IN PARK HISTORY By Aquatic Group | February 21, 2019

SIX FLAGS HURRICANE HARBOR ANNOUNCES LARGEST EXPANSION IN PARK HISTORY
Designed by Aquatic Development Group (ADG), Massive 100,000-Gallon Activity Pool Featured at New Calypso Springs


Six Flags Great Adventure, the World’s Ultimate Thrill Park, announces a second major addition for the 2019 season with the introduction of Calypso Springs. This massive activity pool is Six Flags Hurricane Harbor’s largest new attraction since the waterpark opened in 2000.

“Hurricane Harbor is an industry leader with best-in-class water slides and spectacular, interactive family attractions, and in 2019 we are excited to debut our largest new addition to date with Calypso Springs. This enormous, new pool, expansive lounge deck and dining area will offer the perfect place to enjoy signature, Six Flags summertime thrills,” said Six Flags Great Adventure President John Winkler.

The key features of Calypso Springs designed by Aquatic Development Group (ADG) include:

• Massive, 100,000-gallon beach entry-style pool;
• Obelisk-style fountain with spontaneously erupting geyser;
• Giant, open lounge deck with hundreds of chairs for sunbathing;
• Oversized umbrellas for respite from the summer sun;
• Charming Bimini shade covers available for rental; and
• A new dining location.

ADG also supplied all the filtration for the pool.

As the original designer and builder of the Six Flags Great Adventure Hurricane Harbor, this marks one of the many expansions over the last 19 years that the park has undergone working with long-time partner, Aquatic Development Group.

The 45-acre Hurricane Harbor waterpark also features a million-gallon wave pool, a half-mile lazy river, more than 25 high-speed thrill slides and two interactive children’s water playgrounds. All attractions are included with Hurricane Harbor park admission, Membership and Season Pass.

See ADG’s work on other Six Flag’s parks by visiting Our Work page.

Aquatic Development Group