Yes, all activities including general admission must be booked online.

We advise that you arrive at least 30 minutes before your activity. This gives you time to check in, get ready and to collect your equipment if required.

Yes, we have plenty of free parking onsite.

Yes, we do. If you need any assistance then please do not hesitate to speak to a member of staff. 

We have lockers available that can be locked with your own padlock, or you can purchase a combination padlock from us for a small price.

Yes, we have lots of toilets onsite and outside showers available to rinse off after your activities as well as changing rooms.

We do not allow food or drinks to be brought onsite. We have plenty of food and drink options available from our café, bar and food stands. We do allow cakes for parties.

Dogs are allowed on site however will not be allowed onto the beaches or on any activities.

As a fresh water lake there are fish and other water related animals.

Open Water Swimming

The ground can be a bit rocky and uneven so swim shoes can be worn to help protect your feet.


Yes, you must be able to swim 50m with a buoyancy aid on, and be confident in the water. It is very likely for you to go under water. You also have to swim to the Aqua Park to gain access. To the lake is on average 5m deep and if seen struggling to swim, a lifeguard will take you out of the water and you will not be allowed back onto the Aqua Park.

No Shoes are allowed, we do have Aqua Park Grip Socks available if you would prefer some extra traction on the Aqua Parks.

All jewellery must be removed before you enter the park, including ALL removable earrings. If you have recently had any piercings we can provide tape to cover them.

Yes you can, however they MUST be secured by a chest harness – wearing a camera is at your own risk. We cannot be held responsible for any lost devices.

No you don’t have to be particularly fit to take part but it does require a certain amount of strength to use and climb aboard many of the obstacles and the activities can be very tiring.

SUP Boarding

Yes, all individuals participating in water activities must be competent swimmers and confident in the water – if an individual falls in to the water, they will have to swim and be able to pull themselves up out of the water.

It depends on the season.

In the warmer days, we recommend board shorts and some sort of light-weight tee-shirt, not forgetting a hat to shelter your face from the sun and easy layer for when a cooler breeze blows.

In the colder days, you can wear your wetsuit (or hire one with us) and alternatively, wear some thermal base layers, a waterproof top and waterproof trousers.