Nature Does the Wackiest Things.
Out in the raging oceans and deep at the heart of tropical storms, the whirlpool is one of nature’s original thrill rides. But why should the fish get all the fun? Now you can hurl your body into a mind-warping spiral, which is usually only found way out at sea.
Look for the orange and green stripes at the two-slide complex that is home to Whirlpool and it’s cousin Big Bender. Of course you will be riding both over and over again all day long, but for now try to wrap your head around the intense level of watery spin-action you are about to receive for the first time.
A long dippy drop from 50 feet up will let you build up the speed you need to launch like a hard hurricane wind into the main event. After pummeling down that course, you’ll get sucked into a vortex of ocean-class spin. In this 40-foot bowl, you’ll feel the power of centrifugal force, spiraling in a dramatic one-of-a-kind water stunt that will spin you into the next dimension.
What Our Guests Say
"As you're whirling around it's scary and fun at the same time! "
"The feeling of getting blasted into the giant Whirlpool-- then spinning around was totally awesome."
"I really like the drop, and when we hit the Whirlpool. Usually, at the end I exit backwards, and it's so much fun."
"Totally an awesome experience! A perfect chill-out from the Texas heat!"
"This ride is awsome. It has just enough gravity to make it exciting, but not enough to make it unenjoyable."
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