Harborside is an inclusive water park located at Six Flags Schuyler Lake amusement park.
In 1982, Schuyler Lake opened a four water slide complex called "Finger Lakes Slides" which were originally an extra charge attraction. In 1991, the Finger Lakes Slides were included in an expansion to turn the area into a full blown water park called "Shores of Schuyler Lake". In 1999, after Six Flags first purchased the park, the water park was renamed "Sailor Schuyler's Hurricane Harbor". In 2011 the water park was renamed once again to "Harborside".
Current attractions and slidesEdit
|Barracuda Bay||1991||A wave pool. It is the largest wave pool in New York state.|
|Calamity Creek||1991||A lazy river attraction that weaves around the whole park.|
|Dragon Mountain Falls||2018||A ProSlide custom family four slide complex with a dragon theme.|
|Hydra Falls||1991||A WhiteWater Classic Tube four slide complex.|
|Hurricane Harbor Jr.||2008||An interactive water playground for children. Formerly known as "Snoopy's Seaport Splash" (2011-2015) and "Wiggles Water World" (2008-2010).|
|Mountain Mud Slides||1991||A two slide complex solely for children under 54" tall.|
|Pipeline Plunge||1991||A ProSlide PipeLine slide.|
|Tadpole Pool||1991||A kiddie wave pool.|
|Tornado Slide||2005||A ProSlide Tornado 60 slide.|
|Rip Ride Rapids Water Coaster||2007||A ProSlide "Rocket" slide. Though it's technically a water slide, it's promoted as a water coaster.|
|Sailor Schuyler's Happy Harbor||1991||An in-house Water Fort with 3 ProSlide Slides, 2 Twisters and 1 Mini Pro Racer.|
|Seamore's Revenge||1994||A WhiteWater Classic Tube six slide complex.|
|Wake Skater||2017||A ProSlide custom halfpipe water slide.|
Former attractions and slidesEdit
|Name||Year Opened||Year Closed||Description|
|Alpine Toboggan Rapids||1991||2004||An in-house family water slide complex. Replaced with Tornado.|
|Dive Devil||1991||2015||A single lane speed slide with a 90 degree drop. Replaced with Wake Skater.|
|Finger Lakes Slides||1982||2017||A four mat slide complex that was built into a man made mountain with two kiddie slides (Canandaigua and Keuka) and two adult slides (Seneca and Cayuga). Replaced with Dragon Mountain Falls.|
|Mt. Schuyler River Rafting Adventure||1991||2006||A family slide attraction which features a raft of up to 8 people sliding from the top of a 30-foot point to the bottom, weaving around 1,200 feet in the process. Replaced with Rip Ride Rapids Water Coaster.|
|Stingray's Duel||1991||1992||2 WhiteWater AquaLoop slides. Closed in 1992 due to liability issues. Replaced with Seamore's Revenge in 1994.|
- On July 16, 1992, a 5-year-old kid drowned in the Barracuda Bay wave pool.
- On May 31, 1995, a 13-year-old teenager from Long Island fell 25 feet from the Alpine Toboggan Rapids slide complex. He fractured his skull, but was released from the hospital a month later.