Lazy Rivers make a resort much more fun!

Lazy Rivers are a Highlight of Summer Vacation

Although there was controversy this week about a death of an 8 year old in a faulty lazy river, I hope these wonderous ways to enjoy a moving pool on a hot day don’t go away. I love spending an hour or tour floating around a lazy river and it’s even better when you enjoy one at one of these luxury resorts mentioned below.
Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita | Punta Mita, Mexico
About: Guests can lay down the burdens and distractions of day-to-day life and take a serene float along the resort’s just renovated lazy river, enveloped by native foliage, with a refreshing cocktail or Corona in hand. Whether it’s a family day out or a special evening reservation for a private pool party, guests of all ages can tap into their inner child and experience the joys of Mexico with lively activations, a food menu featuring grown-up twists on nostalgic childhood classics and whimsical cocktails at the all-new Drift Bar. Highlights include “Rescue Hour” at 4:00 p.m., where waiters in the river deliver molecular jello shots from a life preserver to floating guests, and special Floater menu allowing guests to enhance their drinks.
About: Just a short drive from Austin, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa offers a scenic retreat on 405 acres of Texas countryside. The resort’s 1,000-foot lazy river at the Lost Pines Water Park is a can’t miss highlight, offering a leisurely float through a landscape dotted with waterfalls and shaded by trees, part of a larger water park experience that includes a two-story waterslide, splash pad, whirlpools, multiple pools including an adult pool and a kiddie pool for the youngest guests. After floating the river, guests can relax in one of the pool’s cabanas, with food and drink service available.
Lazy Rivers make a resort much more fun!
About: Two of Myrtle Beach’s most well-known resorts sitting on the beach with unbeatable views of the coast and easy access to the destination’s world-famous attractions. With four swimming pools and two lazy rivers between them, families can have endless fun on the property and easily stroll downtown to Myrtle Beach Pavilion, the 11-acre amusement park.