Aqua Park

We challenge you to complete our Aqua Park without getting wet - it’s impossible!

Come and enjoy our fabulous outdoor floating inflatable sports park. It’s fantastic fun for the whole family.

Our Tattershall Aqua Park contains climbing frames, sprung trampolines, monkey bars, balance beams, hamster wheel, blast bags, swings, slides, volleyball pitch, football pitch and so much more….

Our unique monsoon water fountain system keeps the aqua park cool in hot weather, and keeps the equipment wet to ensure you slide around.

The Aqua Park is suitable for all age groups, in fact we have had 4 generations of one family on previously. The youngest age you can go on the Aqua Park is 5yrs (you must also be 1.10 tall), the oldest participant to date was 81.

+ Minimum requirements & age restrictions

You must be able to swim 25m to use our aqua park.

Children aged 5-8 must be accompanied by a familiar adult over the age of 18yrs. Our adult/child accompany ratio is 2 children to 1 adult.

Children aged between 9-17 Must have a parent on site whilst on the water. We would also advise any child aged 9-17 who is uncomfortable in large groups, or in open water, is also accompanied on the water.

The Aqua Park is not suitable for anyone aged 0-4 or below 110cm tall, however we do have an amazing Pirate Adventure they could enjoy.


A lot of fun for everyone…

Take the plunge!


Choose the right session for you

Individual Pass For ages 9 and above £12.50
Accompanied Child Pass 1 1 Adult + 1 Child (ages 5-8) £22.50
Accompanied Child Pass 2 1 Adult + 2 Children (ages 5-8) £35
Party Pass Pay for 9 people, get the 10th Free! £112.50

Your Aqua Park session runs for 1hr (50 minutes on water, 10 minutes safety briefing and getting on and off the park).


All participants must sign an Informed Consent form. Everyone above the age of 18 must sign their own form, anyone below the age of 18 must be signed for by a parent or guardian.

It is well published that Alcohol and Water Sports do not mix, therefore we have a ZERO ALCOHOL Policy, which means if we see you carrying any open alcoholic drinks, you will be refused entry onto the park, even if you have only just opened it, or haven’t yet touched any. If our staff believe you have been drinking you will also be refused entry onto the park.

Read more about our Park Safety or browse our FAQ page to if you have any other questions!