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Aqua Park

Inflatable fun for all ages! Our Aqua Park is now open. Perfect for families and groups of friends. Book below.

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Aqua Park!

Aqua Park 2024 available to BOOK NOW! Hop, slip and slide on Bristol’s ONLY inflatable Aqua Park!

 

 

Unique Activity in Bristol!

What is an Aqua Park?

Welcome to our Aqua Park – the ultimate destination for aquatic fun and adventure! Get ready to experience a water wonderland that will leave you exhilarated and with unforgettable memories.

Our Aqua Park is an inflatable obstacle course designed for maximum fun for both children and adults alike. We host everyone from Birthday Parties and Stag and Hen do’s to anyone who is looking to have a good time in Bristol on the day.

Our Aqua Park is the perfect place to splash around and make memories with your friends and family. Our park is jam-packed with exciting obstacles, slides and challenges, so you’ll never run out of things to do. Whether you’re racing down the slides, trying to keep your balance through the tunnel, or challenging your friends to see who’s the fastest – our Aqua Park has something for everyone. We will be running all summer finishing in early October, So book now to guarantee your adventure.

 

 

 

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Key Information

Everything you need to know to book our Aqua Park

  • Participants must be 1.2m or taller
  • Participants between the ages of 6-8 must have an adult on the park with them at a ratio of one adult to two children.
  • Participants between the ages of 9-15 must have an adult with them on site.
  • All participants must sign a waiver before hand.
  • Prices start at £18 for children aged 6-8 and £20 for participants 9 or older.
  • Participants must arrive 30 minutes before the session starts.

Little Oke's Aqua Park

Specific sessions for Children aged between 6 to 12 years of age.

Little Oke’s Aqua park sessions are designed for children aged under 12 years old. This is the perfect place for young children to have a fun and safe aquatic experience.

The aqua park is a giant inflatable water playground filled with exciting features such as slides, and climbing obstacles. Your child can jump, slide, and splash around to their heart’s content, making new friends along the way. These sessions include 45 minutes of action packed fun with 15 minutes set aside for the handing out of buoyancy aids and an important safety briefing.

Our trained lifeguards will be on duty to supervise and assist your child throughout the session making this a fantastic way for children to have fun and stay active in a safe and supervised environment.

After the session, your child can change into dry clothes in our designated changing rooms and snacks and drinks will be available for purchase at our water side cafe. We hope to see you and your Little Oke’s soon!

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Safety First!

At our Aqua Park, safety is our top priority. We want you to enjoy your time on the water with complete peace of mind. That’s why we have a team of well-trained and experienced lifeguards who supervise the park at all times.

Our lifeguards have undergone extensive training to ensure that they’re equipped to deal with any situation that may arise. They’re constantly vigilant, keeping an eye on all areas of the Aqua Park to ensure that everyone is safe and having fun.

All participants are required to wear a life jacket, and must listen to our safety brief to ensure that everyone is protected while on the water.

We’re proud to say that our health and safety standards have been recognised as a benchmark in the industry. We’ve worked hard to develop and maintain our safety protocols, and we’re constantly reviewing and updating them to ensure that we’re providing the safest possible environment for our guests.

So, when you visit our Aqua Park, you can be confident that you’re in good hands. Our lifeguards and safety measures are second to none, and we’re committed to providing a safe and fun experience for everyone.

To skip the queue you must sign a waiver before hand. This can be done before the booking is even completed. This waiver is good for all activities on the park and only needs to be signed once.

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What do you need to bring to enjoy the Aqua Park?

All the stuff you might need to enjoy the water.

To make the most of your Aqua Park experience, there are a few things you’ll need to bring with you. We provide buoyancy aids and a safety briefing, but you’ll need to bring shoes or flip-flops to walk around the park.

You must also wear appropriate swimwear, and we recommend bringing a towel and a change of clothes. If you want to make the most of your session and enjoy the park to the fullest, you can hire a top-of-the-range wetsuit on-site for £7.50. Our wetsuits vary in buoyancy and size, so you can choose the one that’s right for you. Our full range of wetsuits are available to purchase here!

To help you get the most out of your Aqua Park experience, we also offer Aqua Park socks for purchase at £5. These specially designed socks provide extra grip and help to prevent slips and falls on the inflatable obstacles.

We ask that you arrive at least 30 minutes before your session to give yourself plenty of time to get changed and familiarise yourself with the park.

So, pack your swimwear and come prepared for a day of water fun at our Aqua Park!

Conveniently Located

Not only is our Aqua Park the newest and most exciting in the UK, we’re conveniently located just north of Bristol and are easily accessible from the M4 and M5 motorways.

Our location makes it easy for you to reach us from surrounding areas. We’re less than an hour’s drive from Weston-Super-Mare, Cardiff, Bath and Newport, and only a short 20-minute drive from Bristol city centre.

But the fun doesn’t stop there! Our Aqua Park is located within a beautiful countryside setting, providing a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. With our stunning views, you can relax and unwind while enjoying a day of water fun.

Aqua Park FAQ's

Our Aqua Park’s frequently asked questions. If your question isn’t answered below, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

  • Are water activities safe for children?

    As with any water sports/leisure activity there is an element of risk involved in taking part, whatever the age of the participant. We minimise the risks by using risk assessments alongside the best equipment and training our lifeguards regularly and to a high level. We brief all customers with our health and safety procedures and rules before anybody begins an activity. We do not tolerate dangerous behaviour and anybody deemed to be putting themselves or others at risk of injury will be asked to exit the water. We do not allow under 6 years to participate in any activity accept paddle boarding. 

  • Can I bring my own food and drink?

    We don’t allow food and drinks from outside the premises to be consumed on site. Specific dietary requirements that we cannot meet is the only exception. The packages we offer include options for both hot and cold catering and our onsite Café stocks a range of hot/cold food and drink options. Additional catering options can be booked through the packages as an add-on at the check out.

  • Do I need to sign a waiver?

    Yes. Everyone who uses our lake, or comes into the building is required to sign a waiver. Those under 16 must have their parents or guardians sign their waiver. Permission by phone or email is not sufficient.

  • Can I refund/transfer/move a booking?

    Unfortunately, there are no refunds for any payments made. If someone cannot attend the party and their space cannot be replaced by another person there are still no refunds.  You can transfer your booking space to other people if you cannot attend on the day. Whoever participates must fill in a waiver form and follow our terms and conditions. You cannot move a booking to another time or day under any circumstances. The only exception to move/refund a booking is if West Country Water Park cancels your booking.

  • Are Dogs Allowed?

    We understand that dogs are beloved members of many families and it can be difficult to leave them behind. However, for the safety and comfort of all of our guests, dogs are not permitted in the water park. This is to ensure that the water remains clean and hygienic for all to enjoy, and to prevent any accidents or incidents that could occur if dogs were present in the water. We appreciate your understanding and look forward to welcoming you and your family to our water park soon. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to our friendly staff.

  • What is the minimum age?

    Children under 6 years are not currently permitted access to any water activities other than paddleboarding.
    children aged 3 and above can take part in paddleboarding as long as they are accompanied by an adult that is over the age of 18.
    If your child is aged 6-8 they must be supervised by a participating, responsible, person over the age of 18 at a ratio of 1 adult per 2 children. For 9-15 year olds participating supervision is not required, however, there must be a responsible person over the age of 18 spectating throughout their session. Teenagers aged 16+ do not require supervision.

  • Do I need to book in advance?

    Yes, booking is essential to secure your place.

  • Can I participate under the influence of alcohol or drugs?

    No! If we suspect you have taken any drug or alcohol we will not allow you to enter the park. However, if you are not participating in any activities, you are welcome to buy an alcoholic beverage from our cafe!

  • How early should I arrive to my session?

    Please arrive 1 hour prior to your session start time. This allows time for check in, changing and a safety briefing.

  • Can I dress up?

    Sadly as much as we want to see your mad costumes, for your safety please wear swimwear only. We do run fancy-dress sessions, read more about these here: https://westcountrywaterpark.co.uk/activities/outdoor-openwater-swimming/

  • Can I wear swimming goggles?

    Yes.

  • Do I have to be physically fit to take part?

    It is a physically challenging activity and you will need to pull yourself out of the water. Please seek your doctor's advice if you are uncertain.

  • Can I wear my glasses?

    It is strongly advised not to wear your glasses on the AquaPark, if you choose to wear plastic-framed and plastic lenses this is done entirely at your own risk. Prescription goggles are a good alternative. Metal frames and/or glass lenses will not be allowed on the AquaPark.

  • Can I use a camera on the Aquapark?

    No.

  • Do I need to remove all jewellery?

    Yes, all jewellery must be removed before you enter the AquaPark. If you have recently had any piercings please bring the appropriate tape to cover them.

  • Can I participate if I am pregnant?

    No. While it may be disappointing for pregnant women not to be able to enjoy a day on our AquaPark and the water parks activities, it's essential to prioritize the health and safety of both the mother and the developing fetus. Pregnant women are advised to avoid water parks and other water activities for several reasons:

    1. Risk of infection: Pregnant women have a weakened immune system and are more susceptible to infections.
    2. Physical strain: Pregnancy can put physical strain on the body, and activities such as swimming, sliding, and other water park attractions can further increase the risk of injury or harm to both the mother and the developing fetus.
    3. Increased risk of premature labour: Some high-intensity water activities can cause a sudden increase in blood pressure, triggering premature labour or other complications in pregnancy.
    Do come and watch; it won't be long before you are enjoying the AquaPark and other water sports activities with your child.  

  • Do I have to wear a wetsuit?

    No. It is optional. You can bring your own or hire one of ours. All hire suits are £7.50.

  • Can I wear shoes, wetsuit boots or socks?

    We do not allow boots or shoes of any kind.

  • Do I have to be able to swim?

    Yes, you must be able to swim at least 25m unaided, and be confident in the water. It is very likely you will go under the water. You have to swim to the AquaPark to start your session.

  • Is there a weight limit?

    No.

  • Are there any changing rooms?

    Yes, we have changing rooms and toilet facilities.

  • Is there parking?

    Yes. Be aware that parking charges may apply during peak periods.

  • What happens if there is a storm?

    Depending on the severity of the storm, your session may be cancelled. If we have to cancel we will refund your ticket and/or rebook you onto another convenient session.

  • What happens if it’s raining?

    You will have even more fun! You will almost certainly be getting wet on the Aquapark so the rain won't spoil your session. If you tend to get cold please hire a wetsuit or bring your own.

  • Do you provide wetsuits?

    We have long and short wetsuits for hire. Select the wetsuit of your choice at checkout. You will be able to hire a wetsuit on the day if available.

  • Do you provide life jackets?

    Yes. You will be provided with a buoyancy aid, we will ensure that it fits you correctly.

  • Can I leave before my session ends?

    Yes, you can leave before your session ends. You cannot return to the AquaPark once you have left.

  • What happens if I am late for my session?

    Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your session is due to start. We will not allow anyone onto the park once the session starts.