By Kara Harris
PHOENIX – Wet ‘n’ Wild will undergo a full rebranding after it was purchased by Six Flags last year.
Most notably, the water park’s name will be changed to Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Phoenix.
Along with the name change, the park will be getting a few upgrades. They’ll be updating the dining and retail areas with a new Caribbean theme. Many of the rides and attractions will also be renamed and repainted to match the theme.
Have you heard the news? @wetnwildphx will be rebranded as @SixFlags Hurricane Harbor Phoenix when they reopen on March 16. This is so exciting for park visitors! @billgatesaz, we bet the coffee will be awesome in the newly renovated dining room. 😊https://t.co/NYkCl3MWcF pic.twitter.com/wibbkGeMC2
— Maricopa County Park (@MCParks) February 12, 2019
Season pass holders can get a sneak peek of redesign on March 10 and 11. The water park partially opens to the public on March 16, operating only on the weekends until May 18 when it starts operating daily.
Because the park is now owned by Six Flags, you can also purchase a Six Flags membership, which gives you unlimited access to the water park as well as all Six Flags theme parks across the country.
Tickets for season passes and memberships are on sale now.