DID YOU KNOW... BSR Cable Park in Waco, Texas has the world's longest lazy river, yes, the longest (man-made) lazy river on planet Earth is down the road a few hours in Waco. Definitely deserves to be a part of our 'Worth The Drive' series.
I know I'm a little behind on new watersports tech so it took me a few minutes to realize what the heck a "Cable Park" is, a Cable Park literally uses cables to pull you across the water, no boat necessary but still tons of fun.
No cables are needed for the World's longest lazy river though, just an innertube and maybe a beverage or two. Maybe that should be the World's longest "man-made" lazy river, cause I'm thinking the Brazos River has it beat.
BSR Cable Park has been open for a few years now and the gate are open now, but COVID was tough last year when it shut down most everything. Well, last year is over and this year is officially underway.
Check out the water slide called the Royal Flush which sends you shooting into the air, very high and very far. Watch the video, it looks amazing.
Now they have recently added the surf pool, this is about as cool as summer gets if you don't live on the beach.
The bottom line is we highly recommend this stop in your water park adventures for the summer of 2021 as we dub this one, 'Worth The Drive'.
Find your favorite adventure at BSR Cable Park, more details available on their website at BSRCablePark.com, or follow them on Facebook.
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