The scariest water slide ever may be in Texas

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Summer is all about water-filled thrills, but this mega slide may be one of the craziest we’ve ever seen.

The Royal Flush in Waco, Texas’s BSR Cable Park has only been opened a few weeks but a viral video showing riders being launched into the air has already racked up over six million views.

“It’s new for the summer,” park General Manager Royal Wiseman told“It was built over the winter and finished in April.”

The slide has three heights for thrill seekers of different speeds. There’s a kiddie slide, which ends with a gentle splash in the water. But the biggest slide features a 100-ft drop that sends riders up high enough to attempt flips and tricks before splashing into a 15-ft deep pool.

Riders of the Royal Flush are required to wear a U.S. Coast Guard approved life jacket and no one under six is allowed to ride.

Entry to BSR Cable Park is $10 and the special slide is an additional $15—but you can ride it all day. If being tossed into the air isn’t your thing, the water park also features a lazy river and wake boarding.