Sandcastle Water Park, Blackpool

Sandcastle Water Park, Blackpool - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: South Beach, Blackpool FY4 1BB, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-1253343602

Ticket Price: 14 GBP

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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About Sandcastle Water Park, Blackpool

The Blackpool Sandcastle Waterpark is the largest indoor waterpark in Britain. If you like water parks, this is one place that you must visit as it promises hours of frolicking in water slides, fun pools, a wave machine, water chutes, arcades and even a swim shop. Open throughout the year, you can step in any day and go absolutely crazy at the Sancastle Waterpark, and nobody’s going to stop you.

The Sandcastle Waterpark also has an area known as the Hyperzone, which requires an extra pass to enter. However, once you are in the Hyperzone, you get access to the four most mind numbing attractions the park has to offer- the Aztec Falls, the Montazooma, the Sidewinder and the Masterblaster.

If you’re not in the mood for some waterpark frenzy, you can also sit back and float carelessly along the lazy river, where nobody will disturb you. Although you really should try out some of these rides when you’re done lazing!

The Waterpark has burger bars, snack bars and other eateries where you can have meals with the entire family.

You can also go shopping inside the waterpark, at Bongo Bongo, Monkey Island and Treetops trading post.

So, if getting wet and wild is your thing, what are you waiting for? Head on to the Sandcastle Waterpark today, and have a blast!

Sandcastle Water Park Information

  • The Sandcastle Waterpark is right next to the Pleasure Beach, which gives you the perfect opportunity to try both out in the same day.
  • Picnicking and bringing your own food is not allowed at the park.
  • Lockers are available for all with a refundable deposit of 50p each.
  • You can also hire your own swimwear at the beach if you haven’t brought your own clothes.
  • Visitors who do not wish to swim for any reason, but want to visit the park as a spectator, can purchase a ticket for the same from the reception at a subsidized rate.
  • They are equipped with a pay and park, but there are free parking spaces about 7 to 8 minutes away from the Waterpark.

Sandcastle Water Park Ticket Prices

  • You can purchase Family Saver packs of tickets on the website, which have some quite good deals if you’re travelling with a large party.
  • Children: £11.50 (Entry to Hyperzone is an extra £6 each).

Sandcastle Water Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • The hours keep changing on a monthly basis. Keep checking the calendar on the website to stay updated.

How To reach Sandcastle Water Park by Public Transport

  • By bus: The number 1 bus will take you along the promenade and stops outside the Sandcastle Waterpark on the opposite side of the road. You can also take the tram which stops directly outside.
  • By train: The nearest train station to Sandcastle Waterpark is Blackpool South station.

Restaurants Near Sandcastle Water Park

  • Jade Delight
  • Burger King
  • The Burlington
  • KFC
  • Carousel Hotel
  • Lee Raj

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  • Went here with my wife as a just fun day out, as we haven't been to any water parks since being kids. This place is loads of fun even if you are an adult. The value for money is very good - the space is big, more grown-up rides are super fun, the spa area is great - 4 rooms to choose from, and the general atmosphere is very pleasant. Being adults there is not really that weird, as there were plenty of other adults going on the rides. We were there on a regular weekend, but it was not busy at all - hardly any ques on the larger rides. The food court is nothing special - it obviously caters more towards kids which is fine, but the quality was so-so. But it was fine for getting a snack. We had a great time there and will certainly be going there again.

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  • Brilliant. The wave machine is amazing. The staff r friendly and really helpful. My hubby is disabled and they were fantastic. You get a decent sized room and shower so he can shower properly. Highly recommended x

  • We went on the special accessible swimming session. It was brilliant. Great changing facilities with bed and a hoist, water accessible wheelchairs and the most amazing team of disability ambassadors all combined to make it a great evening.

  • Great place with lots of slides. Gets very busy around lunchtime and the afternoon, making very long queues to get on anything. Recommend going early morning and leaving around lunch time, or go in the off season. Great place for adults and kids alike. If the adults want to relax there is a small adults only spa including saunas, steam rooms and foot spas with ice to cool off. Residents also get half price on all entry, well worth a visit.

  • This place used to be great but now it's very expensive. 16 pound just to swim and when I say swim I mean stand in shallow wasit deep water rammed with people even on quiet days. There is the wave pool but only at the farthest end is it really suitable for swimming. The slide here are fairly good but cost an additional 7 pound for anything but the most basic baby slides. The queues to these can get very long and on a busy day would be awful. They also turn off the best slide for hours at a time which is particularly poor. You can obtain food and drink here on the wet side which now has a cashless system where by you pay money up front on to a wristband and you can use that credit to buy things once in the pools. A clever an innovative solution to carrying money rather than simply get a bit of cash from the changing room or a crafty way of hoping to keep the excess credit you haven't spent when you leave which you are supposed to claim back. Overall it's great for kids but then they aren't paying and even kids tickets are expensive.

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