A Cornish holiday park (United Kingdom) in Trevornick has unveiled a new £180,000 investment called The Splash Zone, giving young guests a new place to run, jump, play, and splash.
The Splash Zone contains two tipping buckets, fountains, water jets, and a raised trickle stream, making it perfect for babies, toddlers, non-swimmers, and those unable to access the pool itself, according to a report.
General manager Adrian Tribe said they are thrilled to open the Splash Zone after weeks of hard work involved to bring it to completion.
“We had a good year in 2021, and re-investing that success back into the park will be great for the guests and for us,” said Tribe.
“It’s a brilliant new addition to the resort, and we can’t wait to see the guests really making the most of it this summer.”
The new development at Holywell Bay, near Newquay, has an extensive sun terrace, where parents can enjoy a relaxing time and watch while the children get wet.
There’s also a zone for regular vendors of street foods, such as Sea Bean Coffee and Cocktails, which allows visitors to grab an ice-cold drink and a Mermaid Mojito while soaking up the sunshine.
The Splash Zone was created as a result of feedback from customers in 2021, with many commenting that they would like a bigger area to lounge and sunbathe around the pool.
Combined with a bumper year of bookings following the previous disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, the business was able to invest heavily to build The Splash Zone to delight both returning and new guests this summer.
This article originally appeared on The Packet.