Reservations will be required for Six Flags Hurricane Harbor starting this Thursday (July 22).

Yesterday, there was an incident at Six Flags Great Adventure  in Jackson, New Jersey that caused a temporary lockdown. The lockdown did not last too long, but we heard from Jersey Shore Online that there was some suspicious activity in Hurricane Harbor's locker rooms.

Shortly after this incident occurred, Six Flags Great Adventure released a Park Update on their Instagram and Facebook pages. The update says reservations will now be required for Six Flags Hurricane Harbor beginning July 22nd. They are also going to be limiting admission to season pass holders.

If you already bought tickets, don't worry. You can still use those tickets. For more info, you can visit the Hurricane Harbor section of the Six Flags Great Adventure website.

A lot of people think this change is because of the incident that occurred yesterday, but Six Flags has not confirmed or denied that.

I am not one for water and theme parks. I used to be, but once I got to a certain age and I started having problems with my allergies, it created some kind of imbalance in my body. Once that happened I became weird with motion, plus, I am also afraid of heights.

I am that person that will go in the waterpark and float in the lazy river and be totally happy. I can go on some small slides too. Now, that I am a Mom, Im sure I'll be going to some water parks, but since my son is still young, I'll probably be good in a kiddie area for a little bit. I'm sure my kids will be like their father who has no fear and not like me who is a giant chicken.

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