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Park goers getting wet at Six Flags near Olympus Auburn Lakes in Spring, Texas



Earlier this month, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown had their opening day, greeting the public with a brand new thrill ride called Wahoo Wave!

If you're looking to cool off in the best way possible, here are a few things you can look forward to at this location attraction:


There are several thrill rides that will give you that adrenaline rush you love. If you're really brave, slide down the Texas Freefall or load up your friends in a tube and whirl through the Tornado. And don't forget about that new ride where you can experience zero gravity! There are plenty of non-scary rides too. Relax and float down the lazy river or go head first down the Stingray Racer. Kids will love the interactive treehouse and children's area. 


You are not allowed to bring food or drink (other than bottled water) inside the park, but there are plenty of places to eat and buy drinks inside. Enjoy tacos, burgers, chicken tenders, and pizza. They also serve ice cream, funnel cakes, and other quick snacks. 

If you're trying to save money, pack a picnic lunch and go back to your car to eat. There are a few picnic tables outside of the main gate.

With a water park only 15 minutes away from your apartment home at Olympus Auburn Lakes, it would make sense to buy a season pass. Depending which level of pass you buy, some perks could include free parking, discounts on food, free admission for friends on select days, and free admission to other Six Flags parks. The more passes you buy, the more you save.   If you're looking for a new place to call home in the suburbs of Houston, consider Olympus Auburn Lakes. It's about a half hour commute into the city center, but only half that time to the best summer attraction in the area. Contact us for a tour of the best apartment home community in the area.