Six Flags has announced the reopening of its two Illinois-based parks with reduced capacity and a reservation system: Six Flags Great America reopens April 24, 2021, while Hurricane Harbor Chicago water park will reopen on May 29, 2021.
“We are thrilled to add Six Flags Great America to the growing list of Six Flags parks that are either already open or have a firm reopening date, including Hurricane Harbor Rockford,” said Bonnie Weber, senior vice president of park operations. “Last year, we safely entertained nearly seven million guests in adherence to government and CDC health guidelines, and we continue to set the standard for safe operations at each of our parks.”
Twenty-three of the company’s 27 parks are now open or have approval to open for the 2021 season.
Additional health and safety protocols in place also include mask requirements, temperature screenings, physical distancing markers, increased sanitation and more. To learn more about safety measures in place at Six Flags Great Adventure, click here.
“Six Flags Great America is a beloved summer tradition for many, and we are excited to open our park and get our world-class collection of thrills running again,” said Hank Salemi, president of Six Flags Great America. “Our team is eager to welcome back our guests in a safe environment, providing the much-needed fun we have all missed this past year.”
Six Flags is also hosting virtual hiring fairs for the 2021 season.
For more information and to purchase tickets today, visit SixFlags.com/GreatAmerica.