Center Parcs announces new Subtropical Swimming Paradise theme park

Ireland’s first ever Subtropical Swimming Paradise will open in Co Longford in summer 2019.

Center Parcs has announced their plans for the new theme park which promises hours of fun for the whole family.

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Kept at a balmy 29.5C all year round, Subtropical Swimming Paradise will be Ireland’s largest waterpark.

Attractions at the new Irish theme park include a large wave pool, Wild Water Rapids, children’s water play area, and tranquil whirlpools.

Rides will be plentiful ranging from flume rides to 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.

Not into rides? Kick back and relax in a private family cabana, fitted with a TV, refreshments, and loungers. Further refreshments will also be available in the Canopy Café & Bar, a welcome pit-stop for those looking for an energy boost.

Other activities at the sprawling resort will include Aerial Adventure, Laser Combat, Cupcake Decorating, and Willow Weaving, among more.

A break at Center Parcs includes unlimited free entry to the Subtropical Swimming Paradise which will be open from 10 am – 9 pm daily.

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Martin Dalby, Center Parcs CEO, commented: “It’s incredibly exciting to unveil our plans today for the Subtropical Swimming Paradise, the heart of every Center Parcs resort.”

“We are confident that Center Parcs Longford Forest will revolutionize the short-break market for Irish families – where else can you go to enjoy unlimited access to the nation’s largest waterpark and over 100 indoor and outdoor activities, all on your doorstep?”

“I’m also delighted to have reached another key milestone in the Center Parcs Longford Forest journey, the launch of our new website which now gives Irish families the chance to book a short break with us. From today, we have gone on sale with breaks from 4th of November 2019 onwards, and I guarantee there will be no better place to spend those cold winter days than in our stunning Subtropical Swimming Paradise! We are still very much on track to open next summer, and we expect to release earlier arrival dates in the new year.”

Interested? Bookings are now open at the Center Parcs website.

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A Lego rendering of the upcoming Subtropical Swimming Paradise to open in Longford in 2019Center Parcs Ireland