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Waterpark suitable for two year old

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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
Hi, has anyone been to a waterpark not too far from the midlands that is toddler friendly? My little boy lives the water and little slides so was thinking of taking him to a park. Help much appreciated.
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Hi, my husband has taken our 3 year old to Waterworld in Stoke On trent and Alton Towers water parks. She had a great time in both. She is very small for her age and seemed to have plenty to do at both for her size.
#2
If you want to combine it with a trip to the seaside there's a lovely new FREE water and activity play park in Weston Super Mare. My 15month old loved it - NO drown hazard, as it's all flat - like a huge puddle, with lots of sprays and squirters - then for the older kids there's a castle thing with turrets and slides, a zip line, pyramids to climb, hills to run up and down and a sensory area for babies - it caters for EVERY age up to 11 - and its free!!!! But not in the midlands...
#3
Was also gonna suggest Alton Towers....took my little girl when she was 2 and she loved it. Obviously there is a lot there that isn't suitable but plenty to do too.
#4
Thank you so much both. We might go to Weston for a couple of days to try it out. Also stoke is not too far away. Thanks both.
#5
craigk8163
Thank you so much both. We might go to Weston for a couple of days to try it out. Also stoke is not too far away. Thanks both.


You can get the tide table online now, so make sure you pick a couple of days when the tide is in during the day, instead of 3 in the morning. All that mud sure is boring for s small child. Any size child actually.
#6
Thanks again
#7
Where do you live. Have you been to Kingstanding pool. They only have one small slide for toddlers but they can go on the larger slide with an adult. It also has waves. Free for a 2 year old and about £2 for an adult.
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Penny Saver
If you want to combine it with a trip to the seaside there's a lovely new FREE water and activity play park in Weston Super Mare. My 15month old loved it - NO drown hazard, as it's all flat - like a huge puddle, with lots of sprays and squirters - then for the older kids there's a castle thing with turrets and slides, a zip line, pyramids to climb, hills to run up and down and a sensory area for babies - it caters for EVERY age up to 11 - and its free!!!! But not in the midlands...


Where abouts is this in Weston please? I used to love the Tropicana till it went down hill rapidly!
#9
i would say that for slides waterworld is better for toddlers than alton towers.alton towers looks flasher and has more water play areas which spray water but my daughter who loves slides more than spray much prefers waterworld.she also likes the wave pool and the larger bumpy slide.she is coming up to 4 now.
#10
I liked Cocksmoor Woods on the way to Birmingham as it had waves and slides but not sure what it has for toddles?
#11
beth3735
Penny Saver
If you want to combine it with a trip to the seaside there's a lovely new FREE water and activity play park in Weston Super Mare. My 15month old loved it - NO drown hazard, as it's all flat - like a huge puddle, with lots of sprays and squirters - then for the older kids there's a castle thing with turrets and slides, a zip line, pyramids to climb, hills to run up and down and a sensory area for babies - it caters for EVERY age up to 11 - and its free!!!! But not in the midlands...



Where abouts is this in Weston please? I used to love the Tropicana till it went down hill rapidly!


If you keep the pier on your left and keep walking up to the newly refurbished part of the promenade it's on the other side of the road, in a securely fenced in area... sort of half way between the pier and the pedal boat area (is that called sand bay?) but on the other side of the road.

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