The UK’s largest inflatable aqua park is arriving just up the road in July
Opening for just eight weeks at Rutland Water, the park will feature 16 fun obstacles to climb, jump, crawl, chute, launch, slide and splash.
The Aquaglide inflatable aqua park is open from July 9 until September 4 and is described as a super-soaking immersive experience.
With huge potential for epic fails and total wipeouts, Aqua Park Rutland will offer one of the most entertaining ways to enjoy the Great British outdoors this summertime, whatever the weather!
The awesome adventure course provides an action-packed experience that offers challenges to all, from the average active through to super fitness fans.
Tickets for the park are priced at £15, offering a 55-minute experience to tackle the awesome obstacles, balance beams, climbing walls, trampolines and blast bags. Designed for a super-soaking good time, with the emphasis on splashings of fun for all, the course features obstacles such as Cyclone, the colossal Revolution, Jungle Jim and the Summit Express which promises to deliver a really splashy landing.
Visitors to Aqua Park Rutland need to be ready for the physical challenge and must be aged 6+ and over 1.1m in height and able to swim 50m in a buoyancy vest to take part. Buoyancy vests are provided and wetsuits are available to hire additionally for £5.
Created and designed by Midlands sports activity management specialists Sports Booker Operations Limited, Aqua Park Rutland has been built in close consultation with Anglian Water who own and operate Rutland Water.
Richard Drinkwater, Co-Founder of Aqua Park Rutland, said: “We know the British Summer can’t promise to be a sizzler, but whether rain or shine we can promise Aqua Park Rutland will serve up an awesome experience!
“We’ve already had a massive response from the local community and we’re already experiencing high demand for tickets.”
Aqua Park Rutland officially opens on Saturday 9 th July, but due to the high interest already received visitors are encouraged to pre-book at www.aquaparkrutland.co.uk to avoid disappointment.