Looking for a way to attract new visitors to your aquatic centre?

Inflatable Aqua Parks for Aquatic Centres and Pools

Our inflatable water park equipment from Aquaglide is the perfect match. They draw a spectacle when need be, but can be packed away and stored easily too. Select a pre-built park or design your own.

The following 4 challenge tracks are designed specifically for pools and aquatic centres. They suit shallower depths and are easily anchored from the side walls, rather than the floor. You can also design your own park; choose from 100+ pieces.

1. Small Challenge Track

Designed for short course pools, the Small Challenge Track is ideal for facilities with limited water depth and limited lane space. If you successfully navigate the Figure 8 balance feature, Universal Icecap offers a slippery, bouncy challenge before Zulu slide caps off the fun with a splash.

  • Capacity: 8
  • Warranty: 3-year commercial warranty against any manufacturing defects
  • Dimensions: 18.3m x 3.85m
  • Min Water Depth: 1.73m

2. Medium Challenge Track

The Medium Challenge Track is optimised for short course pools with a more traditional depth profile ranging from 1m to 2.44m. Four interesting challenges provide numerous, exciting play options for up to 12 users at once. Successfully navigate the Overpass and Keyhole features, and the popular Jungle Jim awaits while the King of the Mountain with slide caps off the fun with a splash.

  • Capacity: 12
  • Warranty: 3-year commercial warranty against any manufacturing defects
  • Dimensions: 18.9m x 5.0m
  • Min Water Depth: 2.44m

“When you have an aqua park, it attracts the people a lot more than a cable ski park alone… you can double even triple your sales.” 

April and Scott Owners, Velocity Island Park, California, USA

3. Large Challenge Track

Our Large Challenge Track is for 50m length pools and up and is optimised for water depths ranging from 1m to 2.44m. Seven varied features, including the Keyhole, King of the Mountain, the I-Beam, Neptune and the Freefall Extreme, provide a stream of excitement for up to 25 users at once.

  • Capacity: 25
  • Warranty: 3-year commercial warranty against any manufacturing defects
  • Dimensions: 42.0m x 3.85m
  • Min Water Depth: 2.44m

4. XLarge Challenge Track

With capacity for up to 40 users at once, XL Challenge Track is designed for maximum impact at busy long course pool facilities. Four track features create diversity and offer a variety of challenges in preparation for the massive Thor jump station and Freefall Supreme slide. If you really want to see visitors speechless, this is the challenge track for you.

  • Capacity: 40
  • Warranty: 3-year commercial warranty against any manufacturing defects
  • Dimensions: 41.5m x 4.57m
  • Min Water Depth: 3.34m

Why Build an Inflatable Water Park for Your Business?

One innovative solution that has proven to be effective for aquatic centres and pools is the construction of inflatable water parks. But why should you consider investing in these attractions?

Competitive Edge in the Market

In an industry driven by innovation and uniqueness, inflatable water parks can provide an edge over your competitors. The visual impact of these structures creates a memorable experience for consumers, which leads to positive word-of-mouth marketing and repeat business.

A well-designed and thoughtfully implemented inflatable water park can position your aquatic centre or pool as a must-visit destination. In turn, this should set you apart from other commercial buildings marketing their inflatables for summer fun. 

Year-Round Operation

The seasonal nature of aquatic facilities can pose challenges to consistent revenue. However, inflatable water parks provide a solution by offering year-round operation. 

Whether installed indoors or outdoors, these structures adapt to various environments. This ensures a continuous attraction of visitors regardless of the season. The adaptability of these structures also reduces the impact of seasonal fluctuations, which provides a steady and reliable stream of income for your business.

Versatility for All Ages

Unlike traditional water features that may cater to a specific age group, inflatable water parks are versatile and appeal to a wide demographic. With features such as water slides, climbing walls, and obstacle courses, these parks create an inclusive environment suitable for kids, teenagers, and adults alike.

The all-encompassing appeal ensures that your facility becomes a destination for families, friends, and groups with diverse interests.

Positive Community Impact

Building an inflatable water park can have positive effects on your local community. Having a unique and enjoyable recreational space means your business can become a community hub. In turn, children are able to have fun in the summer.

As a result, residents feel a sense of community, which in turn contributes to the area’s social well-being. A positive community perception can also lead to increased support.

How to Choose Inflatable Water Park Equipment for Aquatic Centres and Pools

Selecting the right inflatable water park equipment is an essential step in ensuring the success of your aquatic centre or pool. 

Here’s a guide to help you make informed decisions and create an inflatable water park that aligns with your business goals:

1. Define Your Target Audience

Understanding your target audience is essential for selecting the right inflatable water park equipment. Consider the age groups and interests of your potential consumers. For example, are you catering to families with young children, teenagers, or a mix of both? This can also help you build a park for children with easy adult supervision. 

Knowing your audience will guide you in choosing features and challenges that resonate with your consumers.

2. Assess Your Available Space and Layout

Evaluate the available space within your aquatic centre or pool area. Consider factors such as the size, depth, and configuration. You must ensure that the inflatable water park can fit within the designated space without compromising safety or obstructing other facilities. A well-thought-out layout enhances the overall experience for your potential consumers.

3. Select Diverse Features for Varied Interests

A successful inflatable water park should cater to various interests and activity levels. Include a mix of features such as water slides, climbing walls, jumping castles, obstacle courses and splash zones. This diversity ensures that visitors of different ages and preferences find features that appeal to them, creating a well-rounded and engaging experience for everyone in the summer.

4. Consider Innovative Features and Trends

You should stay updated on the latest trends and innovative features in inflatable water park design. This could include interactive elements, unique slide configurations, or technological integrations. 

Integrating innovative features not only keeps your facility current and exciting but also attracts repeat customers who are looking for new and thrilling experiences!

5. Evaluate Long-Term Expansion Possibilities

It’s worth considering the potential for long-term expansion of your inflatable water park. This means choosing equipment that allows for modular additions or upgrades. This flexibility ensures that your aquatic centre or pool can evolve with changing trends and customer preferences, providing ongoing excitement for both new and returning visitors.

Customisation Options Available for Your Aquatic Centre or Pool 

The ability to customise the features and aesthetics is a key factor when considering an inflatable water park for your aquatic centre or pool. Customisation options should help you tailor the inflatable water park to align with your brand, theme and overall vision.

You could enhance user engagement by incorporating interactive features that align with your aquatic centre’s theme or goals. This could include water trampolines, climbing walls or interactive elements that respond to the user’s movements. Interactive features not only add a layer of fun but also encourage social interaction among your consumers.

It’s best to opt for inflatable play structures that offer customisation options. This could involve modular components that you can rearrange to create new configurations or additional attachments that you can add for variety. The ability to customise inflatable structures ensures that your inflatable water park remains dynamic and adaptable over time.