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Not only has it got the fun, inflatable Aqua Park that guarantees a great time for who anyone who likes messing about on the water, there’s now a host of other activities from Stand Up Paddle Boarding to Pedaloes and Mini Port Boats.
“It doesn’t matter if you’ve been here in previous years, there’s so much more to do now,” says Wild Shore Manager Becki Gerrard. “And even if you’ve been on the Aqua Park, we’ve got lots more features like a new trampoline and a new slide – it’s definitely worth another visit.”
So, if you fancy dropping anchor at Wild Shore over the summer holidays, here’s everything you need to know.
Wild Shore is one of Merseyside’s best water-based family attractions with tons of fun for everyone. Probably what most people will remember is the Aqua Park, a huge inflatable obstacle course with free-fall slides, trampolines, rafts and barriers, but now there’s tons more too.
There’s Stand Up Paddle Boarding – a great way to explore the fab Liverpool waterfront or have a race with your mates; Pedaloes and Mini Electric Port Boats.
“And the best bit about the Pedaloes and Port Boats is that you can have fun without getting wet!” says Becky.
Wild Shore is located in-between the Wheel of Liverpool and Albert Dock, in the heart of Liverpool’s waterfront. If you’re using Sat Nav to get to it, the postcode is L3 4AD.
All participants must be aged 6+, and 6-8 year olds must be accompanied on all activities by an adult.
8-15 year olds must be accompanied by an adult on to site, but adults are not required to take part in the activities.
Aqua Park participants need to be able to swim 25 metres.
All kit hire is included in the cost of the activity from wet suits to buoyance aids, so all you need to bring is a swimsuit and a towel.
There are basic changing facilities on site, but no showers. Becky says: “We suggest to people that they treat their visit like a trip to the beach.”
Wild Shore is currently open Wednesdays to Fridays from 12.30pm to 6pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays, 10am – 6pm.
Yes, go to the website, www.wildshoreliverpool.co.uk and click on the ‘book now tab’ or call 0151 363 2250. There is the chance of on the day bookings and walk ins, but its popularity means you can’t rely on this.
It costs from £18 per person or £16 for a group of 10 or more to go on the Aqua Park; Stand Up Paddle Boards are £110 per group (up to 6 participants); Pedaloes are £10 per £30 minute session (maximum of four) and the Mini Electric Port Boats are £15 for20 minutes.
Yes the water’s clean – Wild Shore tests it regularly – and Wild Shore cleans all its wetsuits, helmets and buoyancy aids thoroughly after each use.
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