Wait! Can you play hide and seek with eyes wide open underwater? You should try it sometimes. Medics say it helps remove debris from eyelids, but we aren’t here to talk about eye care, UK offers one of the best waterparks for thrill-seekers!
So, ‘water’ you up to this summer-cation? Get to planning that adventure to any of the best water parks in the UK. Here’s a list of the top 10 water parks in the UK for you to ‘dive in’. Take note of travel restrictions in places like Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, and of course, social distancing.
1. Blue Lagoon, Pembrokeshire
Best known for its natural lighting, big glass windows, the exquisitely shaped wooden building and eco-friendly environment. With its pools heated up by biomass fuel, it seems Blue Lagoon offers unique features than any other water parks in the UK and the world. The estimated fee is £6.95.
Visitors can start tripping in from Aug 10 2021, as only Bluestone Resort guests can access its facility for now.
2. Calypso Cove Waterpark, South Yorkshire
You don’t have to be a pirate to join the hunt for hidden treasures at Calypso Cove Waterpark. This clandestine mission will have kids spewed from the bulge of a volcano straight off the plank to a massive ‘swoosh’ into the pools – no worries there, the water’s caring enough! The Coconut Creeks aren’t for toddlers alone to bob around the pools and dip their toes.
3. Coral Reef, Bracknell
This UK water park has recently undergone a major refurbishing, sending its game far and wide as one of the best water parks in London, Uk. The refurbished park boasts of five freewheeling waterslides. Don’t dare The Canon, and, get ready to be flushed down a 67m waterdrop at an extreme speed at Coral Reef.
4. Dunes Splash World, Merseyside
Plan a vacation to the tropics on the Merseyside coast of Dunes Splash World and get intrigued at the four Speed Freak Flume Rides. This is a high-speed ride that zips the rider around daring bends as he/she races to beat the mark. There are also swimming lessons and tip cans in the toddler’s pool.
5. Huddersfield Leisure Centre, Splash Park, West Yorkshire
Get launched sky-high and down to a splashing finish by Sidewinder- a huge rubber placed on a ring. If you crave the water slides or splendiferous indoor water adventures? Then your search is done at Huddersfield Leisure Centre Splash Park. The Centre Splash Park is one of the best water parks in the Uk.
Plus, the waterpark has loads of family-friendly attractions like water jets, a lazy river, and water buckets.
6. Inverness Aquadome Leisure Waters, The Highlands
In search of the best water park holidays across the UK? Or a fun-filled pool adventure with you and the kids on a sunny holiday afternoon? The Highlands would most definitely be the first port of call.
The waterpark has alluring mini indoor beaches, a huge wave pool, full of hidden geysers and jets, including 3 fast-moving flumes, floats and water walkers.
7. Lagan Valley LeisurePlex, Lisburn, Northern Ireland
Comparatively smaller in size, this ultra-classic leisure spot offers what most big thicket water parks don’t. It boasts of ‘Mission Inflatable’ assault courses, tripped with sliders, rollers, and oh, demolition balls! Preserve your energy dude, as a ticket for this perk, lavishes you with 45 minutes of leisure.
8. Let’s Go Hydro, Knockbracken Reservoir, Belfast
Surrounded by greenery and trees, this UK water park has a huge inflatable playground for floating trampolines, wall climbing, and a 7-ft-high slide as its star attraction. It.offers safari tents, and floating cinema’ nights showing classic films while you’re perched on a massive inflatable ring. The fare goes for a trifling £20.00.
9. Splashdown, Dorset
Splashdown has been a favourite aqua park to many, especially adults of today. It is one of the best water parks in the UK to add to your kids’ coming-of-age story. In not so recent years, there have been a lot of whizzy upgrades, such as the Dragon’s Lair, which, on venturing into the deep, dark corners of its caves, you are sure to hear some scary roars or come face-to-face with the beast! Not to worry, it’s all part of the trick. It has corals, rays, and a 3D effect reel liner, best for kids under six.
10. WaterWorld Stoke, Staffordshire
Amongst this list of ‘splashalicious’ water parks for a definite visit is the Waterworld Stoke. It’s a spectacular tropical Midland water park. It hosts up to 30 rides and water games. It offers both in and outdoor centres and a million gallons of water, amazing right? It’s one of the best water parks to give you and the kids a summer splash.
Nothing brings out the inner glow of kids quite like the prospect of a water slide and a wave pool adventure. So hey! if summer seems too far, make one for you and the kids, grab that swimsuit, trunks, not forgetting a little tan cream and head for the beaches. The kids deserve that treat.