After the amazing popularity of our first top 5 uk water parks video, we read through your comments and noticed there were quite a few our viewers mentioned that weren't included on our list. So to share our lovely viewers suggestions with everyone else, we decided it was about time we made a second video featuring all of your suggestions...
Calypso Cove, Barnsley
This waterpark is fun all for all the family. Its home to plenty of slides and flumes such as the Terror Torrent, Kraken, Eruption and Splash Ahoy. There's also lots of pools to discover to like Coconut Creek, Still Waters, Walk the Plank and Calypso Cove. And when you're hungry from all that splashing about, you can head over to The Hideout to grab a bite to eat. And finish off with a trip to the Sunken Galleon to soak your friends!
Spectrum Leisure Complex, Guildford
At the heart of this leisure complex is a collection of different pools for all the family to enjoy. The leisure pool features flumes, tyre rides, bubble beds and wave machines, you can even race your friends on the three lane slide. The pool also features a 25 metre competition pool and diving pool. And swimming isn’t the only activity you can do here, there's also ten pin bowling, ice skating, soft play for the little ones, a gym and a sports arena.
The LC is the biggest water park in Wales with plenty of slides, you can even catch a wave in the indoor surf machine called the Boardrider. Slides include the Master Blaster which boasts to be the ultimate white knuckle rollercoaster waterslide. If that’s not your thing then you can ride the Aqua Slide and Aqua Tube for some adrenaline-filled adventure. Or if you just want to relax you can head over to the whirlpool or float around on the lazy river. The LC is great for the little ones too with mini slides, tipping buckets, fountains and a themed volcano bay.
Wet ‘N’ Wild, North Shields
This is the biggest indoor water park in the North East. It features 10 amazing flumes, a mini water park a great café and it’s all next to the Royal Quays shopping centre. But it's the flumes that we really want to talk about; you have the Kamikaze with a vertical 80 foot drop, the Abyss in which you race down a series of steep drops, and the Tornado where you can race your friend and find out who’s the fastest. If speed isn’t your thing you can always ride the Tempest or the Mistral which are gentle and slow but do have great twists and turns perfect for beginners. Wet ‘N’ Wild also has Discovery Play Island with five slides for children under 10.