splashdown poole

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Join in the flumin’ good fun at one of the south’s best loved family visitor attractions. Dare you enter the lair of the resident dragon; can you slide past without waking him up?

Spin right round on Wave 105 Infinity with its laser lights, music juke box and plunging descent. Ride out the storm on Black Thunder and feel the speed on Velocity or The Screamer!

Or everyone’s favourite, the Mississippi Drifter, with its pools and eddies, glide on a tyre, but mind this giant slide sometimes cuts up rough. There’s so much more to discover.

Little ones are not forgotten either with the fun, interactive water play area, Buccaneer Splash  and Ricky’s Reef toddler pool. Some slides are seasonal;  outside rides are operational from early May through to the end of October half-term.

Booking online is the only way to gain access to Splashdown Poole, make sure to purchase your admission via the website. We are at our busiest during the school holidays between the hours of 11am and 3pm. If you have younger children, especially, we suggest visiting earlier or later in the day during peak periods.

For full details of opening times, prices, 360 degree park map, online booking please see our website. Or why not interact with us on Facebook or Instagram.

Splashdown is located on Tower Park, the leading leisure destination in the area at the eastern gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage designated, Jurassic Coast that begins beyond one of the most iconic landmarks visible from Poole Harbour, Old Harry Rocks. As well as the waterpark, there is a huge award-winning soft play centre, Lemur Landings, bowling alley, cinema complex, gym, amusements and bingo together with many brand name restaurants. Parking is free.

As well as some awesome fun at the waterpark a trip here is ideal for visitors wishing to spend time exploring the miles of Blue Flag sandy coastline, the historic town of Poole and one of Britain’s favourite seaside destinations, Bournemouth, nearby.

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Splashdown Poole

Type:Theme Park / Waterpark

Tower Park, Poole, Dorset, BH12 4NY
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Tel01202 716123

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