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 is short but sweet since it ends in a powerful whirlpool you have to kick to get out of.
The Shoshone Chutes outdoor tube ride has more thrills than most lazy rivers; It aims to mimic the Colorado River with cascading levels.
This may not be Las Vegas longest lazy river, but it’s got a decent stretch at an eighth of a mile (660 feet).
The waterpark is huge, 125,000 square feet under a transparent roof; stay until night time for the beautiful illuminated interior!
In the midst of this epic waterpark is a slow and relaxing 1,200-foot lazy river, called the Roundabout River.
With waves and a strong current, the 1,000-foot Adventure River passes by waterfalls and under-tipping buckets to drench you.
A relief for some is that Crocktail Creek is a 21+-only lazy river, and optional beverages make the 700-foot glide more comfortable.
The indoor 986-foot Coconut Grove Adventure River involves a relaxing tour around the Parrot’s Perch Play Area with a few splash surprises along the way.