and White Water Bay
Owned by EPR Properties
Managed by Six Flags Theme Parks
Park News - (1/1/19) Looks like Frontier City and White Water Bay are getting new logos in 2019 that include the Six Flags branding (see above). Both were leaked out on the park’s social media channels over the weekend.
2020 - Wahoo Racer @ Six Flags Hurricane Harbor - (1/1/20) I’m told that land clearing is taking place for the Six Flags Hurricane Harbor transformation of the White Water Bay waterpark. This is taking place in the south-west corner of the property where Cannon Ball Falls has been removed, but has actually undercovered sections of an old mini-golf course that was one operated at the park when it was under control of Herschednd Family Entertainment, including a cave structure.
(8/30/19) I forgot to mention Frontier City in yesterday's huge Six Flags 2020 announcement coverage. While I didn’t see anything announced for Frontier City itself, there was a new announcement for the White Water Bay waterpark… or rather two. For starters White Water Bay will be renamed Six Flags Hurricane Harbor starting in 2020 and will add a major new slide to the park called Wahoo Racer, a new six-lane mat racer slide.