Alabama lake now has world’s first ‘mobile floating water park’ and it looks nuts (Video)
(Video above: Introducing the Tarzan Boat)
Alabamians looking to enjoy a weekend at the state’s famed Lake Martin this summer may see a giant new tow floating around — a Tarzan Boat.
The Tarzan Boat is a $64,000 “floating water park” that was first introduced last year.
Its amenities include:
Likely to be your first venture, Monkey Jump is the shortest staircase leading you to a 6-foot platform allowing you to leap seven feet to the water.
The high dive. Tarzan’s tall leap from a 12-foot platform allowing you to fall with no restraints out into the wind to a full 14-foot drop to the water.
Located on the same staircase as Monkey Jump, you can opt to jump on the smaller trampoline that ejects you out above the water at heights of more than eight feet.
Who ever thought you might be leaping from a 12-foot platform down to an olympic-grade trampoline launching you as high as 20 feet above the water surface? Don’t forget your Tarzan yell!
From a 6-foot platform, Tarzan Swing takes you on a rope swing or switch out for the military-grade poly cargo net to climb and ring the bell — a challenge for all!
Starting from the 12-foot platform, join your fellow monkeys one-by-one into the slide and jet down the slide to be ultimately thrown across the water!
The Tarzan Boat is open for public use at “The Landing” at Parker Creek and can also be rented out for private parties.
Check it out in the video above, and watch it being delivered to Lake Martin in the video below.
(Video below: Tarzan Boat delivers new rig to Alabama’s Lake Martin)