Aqua park Rutland is back and it’s bigger and wetter than ever!  


Back with a super soaking splash, the UK’s largest inflatable Aqua park returns to Rutland Water in Leicestershire for its third season – including the launch of the Beast II, sure to get adrenaline junkies hearts’ racing.

Open to the public from 26 May 2018 for four months of summer fun, the park is now a staggering 100m wide and features climbing walls, trampolines, balance bars, rockers, rollers and the UK’s biggest jumps and slides. The Beast, a towering five-meter-high platform returns and this year it means business. Upgraded with a six-meter-long blast bag, The Beast II will see thrill seekers launched several meters into the air and plummet towards the water to create off-the-scale splashes.

Whatever the weather, Aqua Park Rutland will offer one of the most entertaining ways to enjoy the Great British outdoorsAqua park this summertime. Featuring obstacles such as Cyclone, the colossal Revolution, Jungle Jim, Summit Express and Action Tower XL, there’s huge potential for some total wipeouts and epic fails.

Richard Drinkwater, Co-Founder of Aqua Park Rutland comments:

“With a larger re-designed park and equipment, Aqua Park Rutland is ready to welcome the summer thrill seekers. Whether it will be your first time or you are now a seasoned regular, we’re certain there is something to excite and delight even the most hardcore adrenaline junkies.”


Created and designed by Midlands sports activity management specialists Aqua Parks Group Limited, for the last three Aqua parkyears Aqua Park Rutland has been developed in close consultation with Anglian Water who own and operate Rutland Water. As one of the Midlands most popular outdoor destinations Aqua Park Rutland has been designed to complement and add further excitement to Rutland Water’s existing outdoor activity offer which includes kayaking, cycling, windsurfing, climbing and sailing.

As an active attraction, visitors to Aqua Park Rutland need to be ready for the physical challenge and must be aged eight and over, 1.3m tall and able to swim 50 meters unaided in a buoyancy vest to take part. Buoyancy vests are provided, and wetsuits are included in the ticket price. Beast II is only available to visitors who are 18 or over.


Tickets for the park are priced at £20 off-peak and £22 peak for a 50-minute session. Tickets for The Beast II are separate and cost £20 off-peak and £22 peak with a minimum age limit of 18 years old.

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