All of the Six Flags Locations in California | Easily Explained

Six Flags is one of the most popular theme parks in the United States, with dozens of locations around the country.

In this page, we will explain how many Six Flags locations are in California, what they are, and how they're different from each other.

How Many Six Flags Locations Are in California?

There are 4 total Six Flags parks in the state of California. Two of them are full Six Flags parks (with the Six Flags name), while the other two are water parks, under the 'Hurricane Harbor' name.

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The four six flags parks include:

  1. Six Flags Magic Mountain - Valencia California
  2. Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles
  3. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom - Vallejo California
  4. Hurricane Harbor Concord

Both of these parks are seasoned parks, as they've been open for several decades.

Six Flags Magic Mountain opened in 1971, while Six Flags Discovery Kingdom opened in 1968.

Both water parks, Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles and Hurricane Harbor Concord opened in 1995.

We've created a full list of all of the Six Flags locations in the United States.

1. Six Flags Magic Mountain

Magic Mountain is one of the most popular theme parks in the world, holding an astounding 20 roller coasters 

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This by the way, is a world record.

This 262 acre park also features 2 water rides, and is conveniently located 35 miles away from Los Angeles.

Fun Fact

This park originally opened with 33 attractions, and in the opening year tickets for adults were a mere $5.

Best Ride

X2 is the world's first 4D coaster is hands down one of the weirdest, yet amazing experience that you'll ever have if you're a fan of coasters.

The seats actually spin while you're riding the ride, so it feels like you're riding two rides at once.

If you're searching for an adrenaline pump, there is no need to look further.

From the moment that you sit in the seat and buckle in, the seats will tilt backwards, and take you to the first massive climb.

Buckle up for the first drop because after that it's time to spin, turn, and everything in between.

This ride reaches speeds of up to 76 miles per hour.  

2. Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles

Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles is located only minutes away from Six Flags Magic Mountain.

This water park features 12 rides including:

  • Body slides
  • Tube slides
  • Family rafts
  • Children's play area

3. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

Discovery Kingdom has had quite a past, as it has changed names four separate times.

This 135 acre park features 40 total rides, 10 roller coasters and 3 water rides.

Best Ride

The newest and most popular attraction at the park is by far the 4D, free fly coaster, Batman: The Ride.

After being lifted straight up a 12-story, 90-degree hill, thrill-seekers will experience exhilarating leaps and dives along a horizontal plane, with unexpected drops as they tumble from one level to the next. 

You'll want to be familiar with the Best Day to visit Six Flags Discovery Kingdom to maximize your time and money. 

4. Hurricane Harbor Concord

Hurricane Harbor is essentially Discovery Kingdom's water park, however it's not within walking distance.

It is located 25 minutes away from Six Flags Discovery Kingdom by car.

  • Features 25 water slides
  • A wave pool
  • Kid's play area
  • Raft slides
  • Body slides

This water park originally opened in the name of WaterWorld USA Concord in 1995.

Previous Park Names

  • 1995 - 2003: WaterWorld USA Concord
  • 2004 - 2006: Six Flags WaterWorld
  • 2007 - 2017: WaterWorld California
  • 2018 - Present: Hurricane Harbor Concord

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