After being closed for three months, Six Flags and Hurricane Harbor have announced their plans to be open.

Hurricane Harbor will open June 18th and Six Flags will open June 19th. both parks will operate under a preview mode through June 21st.

During the initial openings, the parks will only be open to members and season pass holders.

Here are some of the new guidelines you will see at the park:

  • Using IR thermal screening to check guests and employees' temperatures before they enter the park
  • All guests over 2 and employees will be required to wear face masks, except on waterslides, water attractions or in pools
  • Distance markers for all locations people queue for lines, including park entry, rides, restrooms, stores and dining
  • Dining areas adjusted for more space between tables
  • Guests will only be allowed to share a ride or tube with people from their immediate party
  • Guests will be spaced out on rides by empty rows or seats
  • Reduced capacity at indoor venues and some attractions, including the Wave Pool and Lazy River
  • Creation of teams dedicated to cleaning, which will focus on rides, restraints, handrails, employee work areas and other high-touch points
  • Frequent and thorough sanitization of bathrooms
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