ZOOMbabwe (pronounced: zoom-BOB-way) is the World’s Largest Enclosed Waterslide. An in-the-dark thrill ride, ZOOMbabwe transports families down 10 stories with steep drops, fast back-and-forth action, banked curves, and a huge splash back into the sunlight. Nearly 900-feet long, the purple ZOOMbabwe provides unexpected twists, sudden drops and the thrill of riding in complete darkness. That’s right; total darkness.
Tips for your visit
Be prepared for complete darkness!
Hold on tight!
Watch out for sudden drops, with no warning. Oh wait, it’s really dark – so you can’t “watch.” Just be aware – and hold on tightly!
Sorry, for safety reasons we do not permit single riders.
ZOOMbabwe was so dark that we poked some holes along the way – they’re in the shape of cool African masks.
ZOOMbabwe is the world’s largest enclosed water slide. Yes, it’s that big.
Enclosed family water slide
4-passenger “cloverleaf” innertubes
Number of Riders
World’s Largest Enclosed Water Slide
None – we made it up! Though it does sound familiar…
Max: 600 lbs. per boat
All riders will be weighed as a group prior to boarding.
Up to 3′ (36″)
An extreme and aggressive fully-enclosed flume with multi-person tubes that navigate down a dark slide. Riders experience high-speed turns, multidirectional forces, and both side-to-side and rotating motion. This ride ends in a splash pool up to 36” deep.
Attraction Access & Riding Position
Guests must have the ability to sit upright in the tube and maintain control of upper torso, head, and neck. Physical and cognitive ability is required to maintain the riding position. Guests must be able to upright themselves in a strong current and exit the tube and pool with or without assistance. At minimum, Guest must have sufficient arm remnants to grasp at least one handle on the tube, along with sufficient leg remnants to maintain the riding position.
Guests must be able to climb the stairs of the slide tower and pool exit and enter the tube with or without assistance.View Accessibility Guide