This Crazy High Water Slide Will Send Your Summer Flying to New Heights

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Calling all thrill seekers! You’re going to want to hear about this awesome attraction!

A water slide called the Royal Flush at the BSR Cable Park in Waco, Texas will send you flying through the air. The Royal Flush includes four different slides, each built at a different incline. All of the slides send you flying over a giant pool, giving you the perfect way to cool down on a hot day!

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The Royal Flush has been named by the Travel Channel as one of the “Seven U.S. Waterslides To Ride This Summer.”

Had a Blast at BSR #bsrroyalflush #bsrcablepark #captainamerica

A video posted by Noah R. (@noah_rosol27) on Aug 10, 2015 at 10:15pm PDT

The slides are 120 feet long, with the highest slide being six stories high. The slide has the ability to launch the rider up to 30 feet into the air.

😍😍😍😍 best thing ever #bsrcablepark #royalflushslide, slides,

A video posted by ht💋 (@hannahterrell1) on Aug 14, 2015 at 5:55pm PDT

For just $20, you can get a full day of sliding. It’s a pretty cheap price for a day of thrill seeking compared to prices at a typical amusement park. The lines seem to be pretty short for the time being as well, so if you are in the area you better check it out before the slides blow up!

It’s lit #bsrcablepark 🌞

A video posted by Katelyn Hester (@katelynkay16) on Jul 3, 2016 at 3:51pm PDT

Check out the Royal Flush in its full glory below!

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This Crazy High Water Slide Will Send Your Summer Flying to New Heights

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