You Can Float Through Geyser Waterfalls On The Longest Lazy River In California
It's 1,100 feet long! 💛 💦
Spring is coming and for most of the country, that means the hope of warmer weather. Thankfully, some parts of the Golden State never truly get cold. For those seeking a little sunshine and a whole lot of R&R, you can get the best of both worlds on this amazing California lazy river.
You'll find this resort-style waterway at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord just a half an hour away from San Francisco. So whether you're in the mood for a rest day by the pool or exploring the City by the Bay, the choice is all yours.
Over the years, this winding river has become a hot spot for tourists and locals alike. It's all about unwinding and relaxing on this 1,100 foot-long waterway journey.
If you're looking for the perfect day trip spot to bring your BFFs, this is at. Why not make a stop while you're youradventure?
This waterpark offers 35 unique rides to choose from, including 48-foot vertical plunge thriller splashes and high-speed twisting waterslides excursions. However, tubing down their lazy river is one of the park's most popular attractions.
Known as the Kaanapali Kooler, this gentle ride is included with the cost of your $49.99 single-day admission ticket.
As you float downstream on the 3mph current, you'll see get to see lush foliage and feel the cool mist from the geyser waterfalls you float through.
There's plenty of time to get off the raft and cool down in the shallow water if you'd like. Lifeguards are on the shores along the way for those who need assistance.
The Kooler is designed for those who love the good life. So kick back, slip on your shades, and take a long, soothing trip on the water. There's nothing to get in the way of you and total bliss. Why not go on vacay mode and drift away?
Price: Entry comes with a $49.99 single-day ticket to Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord
Location: 1950 Waterworld Pkwy., Concord, CA
Why You Should Go: You can float down the longest lazy river in California with your friends.
Editor's Note: Cover photo is used for illustrative purposes only.
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