Waco Is Having A Massive Free Party On The World's Longest Lazy River This Summer
The party of a lifetime!
Floating down the cool waters of a lazy river is always tons of fun, especially in the Texas summer when the weather is EXTRA hot. The only thing that could make a lazy river better are exciting new parties and this one coming to Texas is going to be massive. RipNDip River Float is coming to Waco's BSR Surf Park on July 19th and boy, are they bringing the fun!
The party is completely free and it's taking place in the world's longest lazy river! The party will have everything from live music to drinks and tons of inflatables. They will have tubes for you to use but the first 3,000 people at the event will get their very own custom RipNDip commemorative tube.
*Editor's note: Since there have been issues with water quality at this establishment, make sure to contact local authorities before visiting this or any other water park.
The event is BYOB but they will be checking ID so make sure not to forget yours! There will be live performances by Paul Wall and Yung Gravy at the event to keep the party going all day long. While the event is free, we do recommend you bring cash or card with you on the chance you want to buy some awesome merch.
The RipNDip pop-up shop will be in full swing and there will be tons of inflatable slides to have fun on. The entire event will be super instagramable and with tons of stuff to do, you won't want to miss it. The event only applies to the lazy river and the giant water slides, which means that if you want to enjoy any other of BSR's awesome features like surfing and the beach, you will have to pay for access.
BSR Cable Park is located at 5347 Old Mexia Road in Waco, TX 76705. To RSVP for the event and more information, you can visit the Eventbrite link here.
RipNDip River Float
Address: 5347 Old Mexia Road Waco, TX 76705
Why You Need To Go: The event is going to give guests access to the world's largest lazy river and water slides for free. There will also be food and live music.
We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.