A new holiday resort due to open in summer 2019 in Longford will be home to Ireland's largest water park.
Plans for the country's first ever Subtropical Swimming Paradise at Center Parks Ireland have been revealed.
The 3,500m2 Subtropical Swimming Paradise will be heated to 29.5oC all year round.
The indoor water park will feature a large family wave pool, Wild Water Rapids, children’s water play areas, tranquil whirlpools and rides and flumes suitable for all ages including the Tropical Cyclone, a family raft ride with a gravity-defying drop; the Typhoon, a two-seater ride with drops, swings and speeds of up to 45km/ph; and the Twister a thrilling family body slide.
The €233 million Irish resort, set within 400 acres of woodland, will feature 466 high quality lodges, accommodating up to 2,500 guests. Center Parcs Ireland will be home to indoor and outdoor activities for all the family from Aerial Adventure and Laser Combat to Cupcake Decorating and Willow Weaving.
Bookings are now open for breaks commencing from November 4th 2019 onwards. You can find out more information here.
To mark the reveal of Ireland’s largest waterpark, Center Parcs teamed up with internationally renowned Lego artists, mother and son duo Jessica and Faolán Farrell from Rathangan, Co. Kildare, to create a Lego replica of the Subtropical Swimming Paradise. The prizeworthy 2 metre x 1.5 metre Lego model took 105 days to build using 55,667 Lego bricks.