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 is a water park located in Festival Park, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. The park 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.
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.
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Some of the park's rides include: Black Hole, The Nucleus, Space Bowl, Super Flume, Twister and Rapids.
The Nucleus is an indoor water rollercoaster which transports the ride participant through 375 feet of ups and downs in a rubber ring.
The space bowl is themed inside the water park acting as a UFO. The ride takes you to the UFO that is a spiral leading to a drop into a 2-meter tub of water. It is said to be only for strong swimmers.
The rapids makes you feel like your in a current. Its formed in a shape like a circle and has the middle a pirate themed to it. It's also only for strong swimmers only and for those aged over 8.
- Mo Chaudry's website (owner of WaterWorld)