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DOWTK Loves: Our most loved water days out

Harry Meredith

14 February 2017

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Hop onto the rising tide at the UK’s top water parks. Unpack your flip flops and squeeze on your arm bands as we reveal the five water days out we love!

There’s plenty of fish in the sea when it comes to water attractions, but none are as good as these five. With super slides, legendary lazy rivers and a blissful beach, it’s time to dive into a day out you’ll never forget, as DOWTK Loves brings you the UK’s favourite water attractions:

  1. Coral Reef Waterworld, Bracknell

    Coral Reef Waterworld was always in the running for a gold medal in this category, as it is not only our most loved water park, but it’s one of our most viewed attractions ever! Following a huge refurbishment, this already awesome water park now has five brand new slides with innovative technology. There’s something here for little ones looking to make a splash and mini-pirates will love playing by the pirate ship. What water slide will your family take on first; The Cannon, Aqua Splash, Poseidon’s Peril, Storm Chaser or Maelstrom?

    Water features at Coral Reef Waterworld in Bracknell

  2. Dorset Waterpark, Dorset

    Make sure to catch the next wave at Dorset Waterpark. Zip up your little one in a wetsuit and let them jump, climb and splash! There isn’t a course as good as this one anywhere else in the UK, so why not come and tackle the monkey bars, bridges and climbing walls? Experience an outdoor obstacle course that won’t only excite the kids but will bring out your inner kid as well.

    familes play on the inflatables at Dorset Waterpark

  3. Waterworld, Stoke

    Go for a dip at Waterworld Stoke and you’ll uncover more than just your average pool. One of the first things on your checklist should be to swish around on the super bowl or zoom down the super flume. Parents will love relaxing in the bubble pool whilst kids take on the interactive jungle house. There’s so much more to keep you smiling from the Jacuzzi, the rapids and assault course – you won’t want to get out!

    Overview of Waterworld Stoke

  4. New Brighton Beach, Merseyside

    Let your kids feel the soft sand between their tiny toes at New Brighton Beach. Everyone loves being beside the seaside, so why not go on a free day out to a beach near you? At this beach you’ll find plenty of room to make sandcastles and hunt for seashells. Top tip: take your kids to see the lighthouse and watch their eyes light up.

    The lighthouse at New Brighton Beach

  5. Danson Splash Park, Greater London

    Now here’s a park that’s perfect for the summer months. Head on over to Danson Splash Park and keep the kids cool and entertained in the capital. This free to enter park and playground has water facilities, climbing ropes and saves you long trip out of the city. With so much green space this is also a great spot for a picnic!

    overview of Danson Splash Park, London

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Looking for even more water attractions? If you’ve got little water babies on your hands, then be sure to check out some of the best wet ‘n’ wild days out near you using the links below, or see our ultimate list of the top 11 indoor water parks in the UK.


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Harry Meredith

14 February 2017

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Harry is our intern at Day Out With The Kids. After living in Leicester, Bath and Vermont he is always on the lookout for his next adventure. He loves anything to do with polar bears, and when he was 12 he was ranked the 14th best Pokemon player in the UK!

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