Just point me to any lazy river and that is where you will find me. There is one epic lazy river that is being named the longest in the state, and it's not far from the Tri-States.

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All you have to do is grab yourself a tube, sit back, and relax as you ride along the 1,100-foot-long lazy river located in Hurricane Harbor at Six Flags St. Louis. Know as Gulley Washer Creek, this "ride" takes you through the center of Hurricane Harbor over, and over and over.

Now, I have been to Hurricane Harbor but it's been a hot minute so I really don't remember the lazy river, but I can tell you this. If I happen to go this summer that is where you will find me for hours. There are waterfalls throughout the ride as you float on the river. Slow and steady wins the race when you visit this Hurrican Harbor attraction.

What’s the rush? You deserve some rest and relaxation, and what better place to find it than on Gulley Washer Creek. This slow moving water trail weaves around the park and is just what you need when it is time to slow down and enjoy life at a mellow pace. Set sail on an extremely pleasant, low-maintenance, and refreshing tour around Hurricane Harbor

Gulley Washer Creek has been around since 1999, has no height limit, and has nothing but peace (well with a bunch of other people around) and tranquility for hours at a time.

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