Hundreds to make a splash as Aqua Park opens this weekend

Bewl Water Aqua Park opens this Saturday, May 25, and has received more than a thousand pre-bookings so far.

The giant ‘Total Wipeout’ style floating obstacle course features a range of inflatable attractions, as Andrew Daniells, Chief Operating Officer of Bewl Water, explains: “The Bewl Water Aqua Park is an impressive 1,500 sq meters of floating inflatable fun with an XXL action tower, the bridge, flip mattress, cliff, monkey bars, aqua slide, the dome, roundabout, half-pipe, hurdles and much more.”

He said that since it was the opening day this weekend, all guests on the first day will receive a complimentary gift bag filled with Aqua Park goodies.

He added that Bewl Water Aqua Park will operate with timed sessions throughout the day, and before guests can join in the water fun, there will be a ten minute briefing from the safety team before sessions get underway.

Children must be aged eight + and be more than 1.2 metres tall (3.9 feet). There will also be special sessions for six and seven year olds. Youngsters aged from eight to 15 must have a responsible adult on the shore for the duration of the session.

All customers must be able to swim at least 50 metres (164 feet) unaided and wear one of the buoyancy vests provided.

“Our amazing reception and lifeguard team look forward to welcoming you to the Aqua Park village to fit your wet suit and buoyancy vest then they’ll lead you onto our floating Aqua Park for 50 minutes of fun,” continued Mr Daniells. 

Visitors to the Aqua Park get free parking and there are facilities for both female and male changing including locker space for valuables. There’s also plenty of food and drink options courtesy of the Waterfront Café and Boat House Bistro on the water’s edge.

“Numbers for each session are limited and tickets are selling fast,” warned Mr Daniells, adding that tickets cost £20 per person including wetsuits and buoyancy aid. Bookings can be made via the Aqua Park website:


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