- 1 Top 10 UK Waterparks
- 1.1 1- Alton Towers Waterpark
- 1.2 2 – Sandcastle Waterpark
- 1.3 3 – Alpamare Scarborough
- 1.4 4 – Water World
- 1.5 5 – Splashdown Poole
- 1.6 6 – Splashdown Quaywest
- 1.7 7 – Calypso Cove
- 1.8 8 – The Blue Lagoon Waterpark
- 1.9 9 – Wet ‘n’ Wild
- 1.10 10 – LC Swansea
- 1.11 Top 10 Listings
Top 10 UK Waterparks
Here we list the Top 10 UK Waterparks. We understand that everyone has their personal favourites. We have based this Top 10 listing on our personal experiences and extensive knowledge of UK Waterparks.
Located within the Splash Landings Hotel at Alton Towers Resort is the Alton Towers Waterpark. The Waterpark has both indoor and outdoor sections offering a wide range of attractions perfect for entertaining the whole family.
Sandcastle Waterpark is the UK’s largest indoor waterpark, set in an 84-degree tropical climate located at South Beach in Blackpool. The waterpark opened in 1986 on the site of the former South Shore Open Air Baths. Blackpool’s Sandcastle Waterpark plays host to 18 slides and attractions suitable for everyone.
Alpamare Scarborough is a £14 million waterpark in North Yorkshire. It boasts some of the best and fastest slides you are likely to find anywhere in the UK.
The alpine-themed waterpark boasts both indoor and outdoor sections. Inside you will discover adrenaline-inducing waterslides and a giant indoor wave pool whilst outside there is a heated outdoor infinity pool with views out to sea, alongside sunbeds, pool bar and a restaurant. This waterpark is like nothing ever seen before in the UK.
4 – Water World
Water World is a Tropical Indoor Aqua Park. Located in Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, the indoor water park is built around a wave pool with a number of slides, rides and flumes. There is plenty to entertain all ages. Water World caters for both weak and strong swimmers.
5 – Splashdown Poole
Splashdown Poole is the South’s favourite all-action waterpark. Easy to find on Tower Park, the South’s premier leisure complex, Splashdown is home to 13 thrilling indoor and outdoor flume rides and 3 under 5’s splash zones.
6 – Splashdown Quaywest
Splashdown Quaywest is the UK’s Biggest outdoor waterpark. Located on the gorgeous seafront at Goodrington Sands, it boasts some of the English Riviera’s most spectacular views. The waterpark features eight thrilling tyre, mat and body slides.
7 – Calypso Cove
Calypso Cove Waterpark is home to fantastic flumes, sensational slides and wonderful waves. It’s a great day out for the whole family. Discover Barnsley’s hidden treasure Located just 5 minutes from Barnsley Interchange. Splash your way down the slides, enjoy the flumes and pools before retreating to the poolside cafe to refuel and relax.
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8 – The Blue Lagoon Waterpark
The Blue Lagoon water park takes wild adventures to the next level in a temperature-controlled environment that’s great throughout the year. Blue Lagoon is a place where carefree summers and cold winter nights come alive with breathtaking rides, rapid rivers and flumes, relaxing pools and special places just for kids. It‘s a fun-filled, sub-tropical water park that guarantees thrilling aqua-adventures.
9 – Wet ‘n’ Wild
Wet ‘n’ Wild, North Shields is a fun day out for the whole family. The Waterpark has a good mix of Fast flumes, gentle flumes, a lazy river. This waterpark would be ranked much higher in our Top 10 UK Waterparks but its cleanliness needs to be improved.
10 – LC Swansea
The LC is home to Wales’ biggest indoor waterpark with slides, waves and an indoor surf machine the Boardrider. Ride the Masterblaster white-knuckle rollercoaster waterslide or the aqua slide and aqua tube for some adrenaline-filled adventure. There’s no end to the fun you can have at LC Swansea.
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