Blue Lagoon Water Park

Blue Lagoon is a place where carefree summers and cold winter nights come alive
with breathtaking rides, rapid rivers and flumes, relaxing pools and special places just for kids.
It‘s a fun-filled, sub-tropical waterpark that guarantees thrilling aqua-adventures.

The main feature of Blue Lagoon is the wave pool, with six different wave patterns breaking on to a gently sloping beach. Eight water geysers bubble away near the beach, while a water cannon and two finger sprays propel arcs
of water into the pool. There’s also a wave seat, on which to just sit and feel the waves crashing past.
The slow, flowing water of the lazy river ride takes you on a meandering journey outside Blue Lagoon to the south-facing patio, accessing the outdoor bubble pool – complete with bubble seat – and relaxing outdoor spa pool.  Three beach water geysers in
the floor of the lazy river create a fun, bubbling effect and two large water cannons give you an extra splash as you drift your way round.
The outdoor spa is equipped with ten powerful hydro jets to relax your muscles and help you unwind, and is particularly suited to older children and adults. Indeed, you must be over 12 to use it. There’s another spa pool inside, again with 10 powerful
hydro jets, and again, it is only suitable for guests 16 years old and over.No trip to Blue Lagoon would be complete without a zoom down a flume, and there are four to choose from… The Falls is an open flume which takes two riders outside Blue Lagoon to two large relaxation pools. The flume then re-enters Blue Lagoon and fires the
riders out into a plunge pool. Two enclosed flumes, The Cannon and The Cave, also snake their way outside Blue Lagoon; twisting, turning and spiralling, then re-entering into a catch area. The fourth flume, The Torpedo, is entirely within Blue Lagoon, but
it’s fast, steep and as a more advanced flume, probably isn’t for the faint-hearted!




Blue Lagoon Water Park
Canaston Bridge
SA67 8DE


T: 01834862410


Dog friendly: No



Travel restrictions in Wales have been lifted.


Mon 6th July. Visitor attractions reopen to day visitors.

Sat 11th July. Some types of self-contained holiday accommodation will reopen.

Mon 13th July. Pubs, restaurants and cafes with outside seating will reopen.

Some Coronavirus restrictions will remain in place so please understand that things may be slightly different. This is necessary to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, to protect our communities, the public and our health services