This 1,200-Foot Lazy River Near Orlando Has A Serene Cascading Waterfall

Go with the flow.
Visit Holiday Inn Orange Lake Resort

One of the longest lazy rivers in Florida is located just outside Orlando. If you're feeling a bit sluggish and looking to fulfill your slothfulness in a lazy river near Orlando, head to the Holiday Inn Orange Lake Resort for a relaxing soak at River Island. This amazing 1,200-foot lazy river features the world's biggest inflatable waterslide and an enchanting waterfall.

The Holiday Inn Resort at Orange Lake is located in Kissimmee, just outside Orlando. The resort's lazy river is a whopping 1,200 feet—that's the length of more than 3 football fields! You'll be floating a while. 

The lazy river's peaceful current and waterfall make this resort feel like an adult waterpark. River Island's waterfall cascades down stone slabs built into the lazy river. You can stop and relax beneath the rushing falls before continuing your journey downstream. 

The lazy river also features the world's largest inflatable slide, called The Hippo, which is over four stories tall. Channel your inner kid and hop on this incredible slide into the water.

River Island is available to guests of the hotel, so book your next stay at the Holiday Inn Orange Lake Resort to experience this incredible lazy river, which is one of the longest in the state.

Visit Orange Lake Resort this fall and float beneath a gorgeous waterfall on the lazy river.

For more lazy river inspo, read these articles on Florida's natural lazy rivers in Dunnellon and Jacksonville.

Holiday Inn Resort Orange Lake

Price: Free with hotel stay

Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Address: 8505 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy in Kissimmee

Why You Need To Go: Experience one of the longest lazy rivers in Florida. Float gently downstream or relax in a peaceful waterfall at River Island.

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