Try out one of these fantastic waterparks to beat the heat this summer and get some exercise.
THORPE LAKES AQUA PARK
Floating islands, slides, and rope swings are just a few of the many summertime activities available at this beautiful Surrey aqua park. The park even has an area dedicated to children under the age of six dubbed “aqua tots.” In addition to the water park, the lake also offers swimming sessions for recreation, exercise, and competition. Boating, wakeboarding, waterskiing, and wakesurfing are also available at the park. From May till September, visitors can enjoy Thorpe Lakes.
SHEPPERTON LIQUID LEISURE COMPLEX
There includes a disc golf course, an outdoor aqua park, and other water sports including paddleboarding and kayaking. The aqua park features a gigantic floating obstacle course that is rearranged annually to keep things interesting. The park allows you to wander around and begin the course wherever you like, and each session can take up to half an hour. With parental permission, children as young as six can participate. The park also features a food truck where you can purchase snacks and drinks. The facility offers flotation devices and protective caps. Tickets sell out quickly so make your reservations early.
WET N’ WILD AT WATERFRONT LEISURE CENTRE
Group exercise sessions, a gymnasium, two swimming pools, and more can all be found at this London facility. Aqua splash sessions consisting of swimming, the anaconda slide, the multi-slide, and the wave machine are available in the center’s magnificent leisure pool. The saunas are a nice touch and the pools are accessible to people of all ages.
GUILFORD SPECTRUM LEISURE COMPLEX
There is something for people of all ages to do and see at Guildford Spectrum. The entertainment center has aquatic amenities in addition to ice skating, bowling, and a gymnasium. The swimming complex is quite substantial, with its own leisure pool, teaching pool, diving pool, and 25-meter pool. Fun in the water begins in the leisure pool, which features eight ingeniously designed water slides, a wave machine, a tyre ride, a big flume, and an interactive children’s area with tipping buckets, spinning wheels, and sprays. For families with children less than five, there is a special splash pool. Weekends and most school holidays are public swim times at the leisure pool.
AMITY BEACH, THORPE PARK
Amity Beach could be ideal if you want to take the kids to a place where they won’t see any strangers. For the older children, there is sand, a shallow pool area, and some exciting slides. The beach also features colorful changing huts, fountains, and climbing structures that are sure to attract your eye. Inside the park, visitors may experience rides like the Rumba Rapids river ride, the storm surge water coaster, and the tidal wave, in addition to the incredible ‘wet wet wet’ waterslides. If all the activity has worked up an appetite, Thorpe Park has several dining options for you to choose from.
CORAL REEF WATER WORLD
One of the largest and most interactive water parks in England is Coral Reef Water World, located in the bucolic town of Bracknell. With attractions like a volcano that erupts, a pirate ship, fountains, and a coral massage, you and the kids are guaranteed to have a wonderful time. You can get some peace and quiet in the coral spa while they enjoy the enormous water slides, which range in difficulty from easy to hard. The spa has a spa pool, a cold pool, and three saunas. After enjoying all the watery fun the park has to offer, visitors of all ages can relax with some refreshments in the Coral Reef Water World café.
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