Sandcastle Water Park is planning to reopen from May 17th as per government guidelines.
If you are planning to visit sandcastles, take note of the below and see their COVID safety update here.
- Hand sanitisation stations are placed throughout the park.
- All guests required to pre-book their visit online.
- Protective screens at reception.
- Changing rooms converted into one 'communal changing village.'
- Enhanced cleaning routine.
- Social distancing in operation though signage and floor markings.
- A limited number of visitors to maintain social distancing.
Whether you’re a thrill or chill seeker, there’s fun for everyone at Sandcastle’s waterpark.
If its excitement you're looking for then the Hyperzone might take your fancy. With 4 amazing waterslide adventures such as the Aztec falls and Sidewinder, these high speeds and electrifying rides will leave you wanting more, making them worth the additional price. Race your friends down the duelling dragons or be propelled down the world’s longest indoor roller coaster, there’s a reason these are the waterparks most demanding rides.
If your searching for something more relaxing you can still find it at Sandcastle waterpark in the form of the sea breeze spa. This adult-exclusive zone will leave you feeling refreshed, renewed and re-energised. Awaiting you lies a relaxing sauna, steam room, heated loungers a salt inhalation room and more. Let the kids tire themselves out while you unwind and take a breather.
Sandcastle water park appeals to a wide audience, including the youngest of the group. In the shimmering shallows, there are family-friendly activities to be had. The Ushi cushi river creek is Not a lazy river, buckle up as your pulled along a journey of watery surprises and mayhem. All ages can enjoy this as well as the Typhoon lagoon, experience wild waves in this rip-roaring wave pool!
Prices start at £13.25 for Juniors and Infants go free.