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Aqua Parcs announces open date and Mammoth obstacle – and it’s no joke!



The hugely popular Aqua Parcs returns to the lake this Saturday 1 April and is bringing one ‘mammoth’ of an obstacle with them.

The colossal ‘Mammoth’ inflatable stands at 27ft tall and features a daring 18ft ‘cliff jump’. It is one of the biggest waterpark obstacles in the UK that can be seen rising from the waters from the other side of Willen Lake and beyond. With an extreme slide from the very top, all the way down into the waters below, this takes Aqua Parcs adrenalin-fuelled fun to a whole new level.

The ‘Mammoth’ is the focal point of Aqua Parcs’ new ‘Extreme Section’ – there are three sections in total - that promises to test the skills, balance and nerve of those that take on its challenge. With slides, jumps, swings and challenges at every turn, the Extreme Section brings something very different the park this year.

Also new this year is the location of the course. Regular fans will spot that Aqua Parcs has slightly moved to a deeper area, allowing for the introduction of bigger and better obstacles.

Last year, Aqua Parcs moved to its brand new watersports centre that includes brand new changing areas, showers and a place for refreshments and snacks.

Kieron, Joint Owner of Aqua Parcs, said: “We’re opening earlier this year to give our more extreme customers the chance to get onto the lake sooner than before. This is the biggest our course has even been and those that have been before are in for a brand new experience for 2023.”

Entry is from £22. Alternatively, Aqua Parcs super-fans can take advantage of an unmissable offer to get a season ticket for just £75.00, giving them access to unlimited sessions throughout the summer 2023 season! All sessions include wetsuit hire, a safety briefing, a buoyancy aid and 50 minutes on the park.

Families, kids and adventurous thrill-seekers alike will all be able to take part in the inflatable water fun on the lake in total safety, thanks to Aqua Parcs’ stringent safety measures. Numbers on the park are strictly limited. The park has been split into sections, and visitors will move between them at allocated times within their session.

Further details about booking and preparing for a visit can be found at www.aquaparcs.co.uk

Connect with Aqua Parcs on social media at:

Twitter: @aquaparcs

Instagram: @aquaparcsmk

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