This is billed as being the world’s longest the website says ‘allegedly’ lazy river, which is nearly a mile long.
This indoor lazy river for swimmers that requires no swimming is short but sweet as it ends in a powerful whirlpool that you have to kick to get out.
In between New York and Philadelphia lay 1.1 million acres of uninhabited woodland and its most famous resident: the Jersey Devil.
It may not be the longest lazy river in Las Vegas, but it's got a nice extension at an eighth of a mile (660 feet). And its other features make it a winner.
Deep in the Poconos, the Camelback Resort indoor waterpark includes a lazy river that goes underground.
In the midst of this epic waterpark is a slow and relaxing 1,200-foot lazy river, called the Roundabout River.