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And with around five weeks until the fab and fun attraction takes its toe out of the Albert Dock waters for another year, there’s still plenty of time to dive in and have a great time.
As well as the ever-popular Aqua Park – a huge inflatable obstacle course with free-fall slides, trampolines, rafts and barriers – there’s loads more activities this time around, and as the weather cools it’s good to know they’re things you can do without even having to get wet!
“The new attractions have been really popular, and as we head out of summer, probably more than ever,” says Becki Gerrard, operations manager of the waterfront waterpark.
“We’ve got pedaloes, electric mini port boats and paddleboards, and they’re great for having fun with your family or your mates. And, if you don’t want to end up in the water, they’re perfect.
“After lockdown, we’re all enjoying getting out and doing things together again. We advise booking, but you don’t have to. We’re happy for people to just walk up – so it’s great if the kids have had enough of the shops – and there’s usually something to do with little or no wait.”
And she smiles: “As we get quieter, look out for flash sales or offers on our Facebook and Instagram accounts!”
There are two mini port boats which cost £15 for 20 minutes with the minimum age now three; six pedaloes for six and overs – ‘it tends to be mum and dad who pedal, but kids who can reach the pedals can have a go too’– which are only £10 for 30 minutes, and Stand Up Paddleboards for eights and over, which are £110 for a group of up to six.
“If you’ve ever fancied having a go, especially of the Paddleboards, this is your chance,” says Becki. “We’ve had experienced people, and beginners who want to learn and, at Wild Shore, we’ll never leave you on your own, we’re always there to guide and advise.
“People might be surprised that it’s not as difficult as it looks so give it a go – at the very least all the activities give people a chance to tour the Dock and see the waterfront from a different angle.”
Wild Shore is open Wednesdays to Fridays from 12.30pm to 5pm, Saturdays, 9am to 6pm, and Sundays, 10am – 6pm.
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