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New Forest Water Park

About 5 minutes from park

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Ringwood Rd, Fordingbridge SP6 2EY

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About New Forest Water Park

To the western reaches of the breathtaking New Forest lies a unique aquatic adventure. Set across 50 acres of the wet stuff, this family-run attraction has been serving up water sport thrills for more than 29 years. There’s something here for everyone to enjoy, regardless of your level of experience. Those looking to learn something new can get to grips with a cable wakeboarding system, designed with beginners in mind, while the more experienced will love the UK’s newest five pylon wake park. Meanwhile, kids of all ages can jump and splash to their heart’s galore on the country’s first Witbit Inflatable Sports Aqua Park.

Water sports at New Forest Water Park

The park is undoubtedly the number one destination for New Forest water sports. Activities on offer include:

  • Sesitic 2.0 straight line cable wakeboarding and kneeboarding
  • Rixen 5 pylon cable wakeboarding and kneeboarding
  • 55 metre aqua park with trampolines, slides and climbing walls
  • Single and double kayaking
  • Stand up paddleboarding

While there’s no ticketed option wild swimming at New Forest Water Park, opting for the aqua park gives you free reign for a splash around.

How to get to New Forest Water Park

The park is located to the western edges of the New Forest, and because of the village it sits closest to, it’s sometimes known as the Fordingbridge water park. It’s directly off the A338 Ringwood Road, with the A31 also nearby to provide access from across the New Forest and a connection to the M27 motorway. For those arriving by public transport, the X3 service connects New Forest Water Park and Salisbury, with a stop directly outside the main gate.

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