A day in Wildwater Kingdom is packed with all kinds of amazing fun – but can also be exhausting. We totally get it. Take a well-deserved break from the hustle and bustle of non-stop amusement park life by hopping on a tube in our Wildwater River and let those cares just float away. On this classic lazy river, you can nestle down into a colorful inner tube, put your shades on, lie back and let the gentle current do all the work of advancing you down and around the river. You’ll meander down the 1,000 feet of slow, winding water that passes through a tunnel of thundering waterfalls, blowholes, cascading water, and mushroom rain umbrella fountains to a destination of pure relaxation and enjoy some picturesque scenery along the way. Okay, so maybe this “Lazy River” isn’t so lazy after all, but it’s a great way for the entire family to cool off.
- Opened in 1990 – was the first ever lazy river ride constructed with its own wave machine
- 20 feet wide
Children must be 42" tall in bare feet to ride alone OR be accompanied by a supervising companion. Children under 48" tall in bare feet or those who are inexperienced or non-swimmers are required to wear a life jacket. A supervising companion may accompany up to 2 children.
Rider Safety Information
- Min Height Accompanied
- Min Height Alone
- A slow moving, winding river tube ride at a depth of 30 in. The river is approximately 1,000 feet long and passes through tunnels, and water falls.
- Guests must be able to maintain independent seated postural control and must have appropriate observed behavior or be accompanied by a supervising companion.
- Guests must have a minimum of two functioning extremities or be accompanied by a supervising companion.
- Hand-held Infants must be accompanied by a supervising companion. Guests who cannot enter/exit without endangering self or others must be accompanied by a supervising companion.
- Braced arm casts, full leg casts, cervical collars or neck braces, or broken collar bones are not permitted.
- Access is available via the stairs or pool lift. Guests will have to transfer to the stairs, lift, or tube, on their own or with the assistance of a companion. Please speak to a member of our Aquatics supervisory team to obtain access to the pool lift.
- Visit our Guest Assistance Guide for additional Accessibility information.