Aqua Parcs has bounced back to Willen Lake with new obstacles, thrills and fun for the whole family – and this weekend the team moved into their brand-new home.
The contemporary new Watersports Centre opened this weekend and saw over 1,000 test out the new first-class facilities. Located on the edge of the lake, visitors can make use of the modern changing rooms, showers and toilets when they visit Aqua Parcs, one of the UK’s biggest inflatable water courses.
The inflatable water park is bigger, better and bouncier than ever before, with three brand new obstacles added to the already-colossal course for 2021. The new obstacles are:
Rockit JR. Great to challenge groups, teams and families to work together to maintain balance and get it rocking.
AXIS. A seesaw-like obstacle that tests your balance and skills. One wrong step and it is water time.
Mt. Baker. This high-speed slide with a cliff jump and integrated easy-to-climb ladder that will have you wet and wild.
Other obstacles include; The Temple, Bypass, Moon Jump and Wave Rider to The Narrows, Ninja Jump, Whirlpool and Overpass, in total there are more than 30 obstacles waiting to make 2021’s summer season the best yet.
Entry is £20 during off-peak times and £22 at peak times when booked online, or £25 when booked at reception. Alternatively, Aqua Parcs super-fans can take advantage of an unmissable offer to get a season ticket for just £50.00, giving them access to unlimited sessions throughout the summer 2021 season, until September! All sessions include wetsuit hire, a safety briefing, a buoyancy aid and 50 minutes on the park.
Kieron, Joint Owner of Aqua Parcs, said: “We are so, so excited to finally move into our new home! It’s been a great addition to our 2021 season, and it was great to see guests experience it for the first time this weekend.”
Families, kids and adventurous thrill-seekers alike will all be able to take part in the inflatable water fun on the lake in total safety, thanks to Aqua Parcs’ stringent Covid-19 safety measures. Numbers on the park are strictly limited. The park has been split into sections, and visitors will move between them at allocated times within their session.
Further details about booking and preparing for a visit can be found at www.aquaparcs.co.uk
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