by Donald Wood
Last updated: 2:30 PM ET, Thu June 25, 2015
Everything in Texas is bigger, including one of the wildest water slides thrill seekers will ever find.
The giant water slide-dubbed The Royal Flush-is one of the newest attractions at BSR Cable Park in Waco, Texas, but is already making waves on social media. A YouTube video produced of the slide has almost seven million views in less than two weeks.
According to the BSR Cable Park's official website, The Royal Flush features three slides of varying heights and launch angles. That's right folks, two of the slides in this trifecta shoot park customers high into the air before they land in the 15-feet deep pool.
The smallest slide is designed for younger people or those who want to experience a slower speed and a lower trajectory. For those looking to get airborne, the other two slides are much faster with a steeper angle, including the longest featuring a 100-foot drop. These two slides provide the speed needed to launch people high into the air.
Below is the YouTube video from AJ Aguirre and Ben Hamner about the new slides:
In order to take a turn on the wild Royal Flush water slides, customers must wear a U.S. Coast Guard approved life jacket. According to the park's site, children under the age of six are not permitted on the slides.
As for the cost, entry into the park is only $10, but patrons will have to dish out another $15 for an all-day pass on the giant slides. The entry into the park gives people a chance to do other activities as well, including wake boarding and a huge lazy river.
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