AquaPark reopens 5th May 2018

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22 May 2018

AquaPark reopens 5th May 2018

After an outstanding first season in 2017 of 7,400 visitors over 10 weeks of opening, North Yorkshire Water Park returns even bigger and better for 2018.

A ‘Monkey Dome’ of inflated monkey bars joins the AquaPark obstacle course, as well as longer walkways and ‘The Rocker’, a four-person see-saw. Two separate challenge runways mean teams can race each other over a fiendish course of trampolines, slides and wobble boards.

“After only a few months of opening, we were delighted to be Toast of the Coast Awards runners-up in 2017,” says Andrew Backhouse, Manager of the North Yorkshire Water Park. “This year we hope to see even more families, children’s parties, stag and hen dos. We’re also encouraging local businesses and organisations to try a team-building event with a difference.”

The facilities have also been improved with new showers and family changing rooms.

A new fleet of fun allows those too young for the obstacle course a more tranquil way to take to the water. Guests can captain pedalos in the shape of VW Beetles or sit-in electric miniboats to include a ferry, pilotboat or even a scaled-down destroyer! There is of course paddle boarding, kayaks and open water swimming.

All safety equipment is included, such as wetsuits, buoyancy aids and helmets. Participants need to be six years or over, 1.2 metres tall or more and be able to swim at least 50 metres. All the details with online booking are on  www.northyorkshirewaterpark.co.uk