Here’s what it’s like to ride a 2,000-foot-long slip-n-slide by Laura Lorenzetti @FortuneMagazine August 12, 2015, 12:41 PM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons At 1,975 feet long, the water slide at Action Park in Vernon, N.J. is the world’s longest. Though, water slide is a generous term–think more like the ultimate slip-and-slide. The attraction, which was featured on Travel Channel’s “Xtreme Waterpark,” was originally built in New Zealand by the show’s host Jimi Hunt before it was disassembled and shipped over to the U.S. It was officially sanctioned as the world’s longest by the Guinness World Records in July. Action Park is home more than 30 rides, including another record setter, a ride called the “ZeroG”–the world’s tallest and only double-looping drop box waterslide. Take a look at what it’s like to zoom your way down the slip-and-slide of your wildest childhood dreams.