Water World, Stoke-on-Trent
|Slogan||A great family day out whatever the weather|
|Location||Festival Park, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom|
|General Manager||Tim Kiely|
|Water slides||9 water slides|
WaterWorld attracts 400,000 visitors per year. The park first opened in 1989 and is generally open year round, but is closed for a few days of the week during term time.
Some of the park's most popular rides include: Black Hole, Nucleus, Space Bowl, Super Flume and Twister.
The ride Nucleus was the first indoor water-roller-coaster in the UK with 375 feet of ups and downs in a single raft.
In 1999 Mo Chaudry's family trust bought Water World from Rank Leisure for £1.5m, at the time the park was operating at a loss. Early in the 21st century WaterWorld began turning profits and in 2009 is the only such attraction in the UK that is making money.
- "Waterworld Staffordshire". Evening Telegraph. 23 August 2006. Retrieved 2009-01-05.
- "Nucleus is the first indoor water-roller-coaster in the UK".
- Mo Chaudry's website (owner of WaterWorld)