- Swimming Pools and Leisure Centres
- Indoor and Soft Play Areas
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor
White Oak Leisure Centre offers a fantastic range of aquatic and dry fun for an active kid's day out plus there's plenty of soft play fun to be had at Treasure Island!
On the swimming side you have 3 wicked rides: the gentle sloping Whale Whirler where you can enjoy the 122m inflatable lazy river ride! Then you can whoosh down the 94m of the Dolphin Glide's twists and turns or if you're brave enough, the almighty Shark Shocker with its white knuckle plunge! Plus the diving area has cool 1m and 3m springboards and a whopping 5m high board for the brave ones!
And finally a separate teaching pool if you can drag them away to actually work on their swimming skills! Treasure Island offers adventure for kids aged 0-12 years who love high octane fun with its slides, bridges, ramps, ball pools and much more plus there's soft play for the smaller ones.
Talking of smaller ones, there's even a dedicated area for under 5's. The centre also boasts a full Wellness Gym and Exercise studio, 6 court multi-purpose sports hall, 3 squash courts, the all-important creche, Martial Arts facility and general practice Hall as well as a health food cafe!
- Snacks Available
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
Hilda May Avenue, Swanley, Kent, BR8 7BT, England
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Monday to Friday 06:30 - 23:00
Saturday 08:00 - 22:30
Sunday 08:00 - 20:00
Please call further details.
Fantastic White Oak Leisure Centre
Written by Anonymous . 23.05.16
I went on Sunday 22/05/2016 for the afternoon "Family only public session" which runs from 13:30 to 16:30. I was with my 5 year old kid and we had loads of fun in the large pool and the flumes. The pool itself is large and the shallow portion is very big which means that there is plenty of space for everyone and it does not feel crowded at all. The slides are fantastic : There is the Dolphin Glide which is the easiest and gentle one, the Whale Whirler where you go down on a large buoy at a gentle pace. Finally the fastest is the shark which is quite fast. The slides close at 15:30, then the staff pulls a large inflatable structure where kids (only) can walk and slide. That runs for one hour. The staff was fantastic, efficient and were clearly focused on security of the children at all times. On the day i went there were really not many people and i did not queue at the entrance and only very slightly for the slides. Happy to have found this place !