Six Flags Hurricane Harbor New Jersey- Taak It Ee Zee Creek Lazy River

The Taak It Eez Ee Creek lazy river forms the center of Hurricane Harbor, creating The Village on the Island at the park's center, connected to the rest of the park by three bridges. 

The winding river offers a gentle ride through the lush foliage and landscaping .

The bridges onto the island are each unique, with the bridge from the park's entrance being the most elaborately decorated.

Originally the lazy river was going to be named Adventure River is a tribute to the theme park's original waterpark area.

Technical Information
Water Complex: Lazy River Ride
Complex Name: Taak It Eez Ee Creek
Manufacturer: WaveTek - Cohoes, NY
Length: 2150'
Depth: 2.67'
Width: 17' Average
Surface Area: 65,550 sq ft
Turn Over Rate: 2.0 hours
Volume: 98,000 cubic feet
Capacity: 732,000 gal
Flow Rate: 6,100 gpm
Number of Entrances: 3
There are three entrance/exit ways onto the river. Originally it was setup that there were three colors of tubes on the river, with each tube corresponding to an exit. At the exit corresponding to the tube color, riders were supposed to leave after a complete circuit of the river allowing new riders to enter and have a turn.

One section of the river features multiple sprayers, getting those who are floating on top of the tubes completely soaked.
Click the placard below for video of
Taak It Eez Ee Creek
Lazy River