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Splash 'n' Play is one of the UK’s largest outdoor splash parks with over 60 unique water features.
Splash 'n' Play is one of the UK’s largest outdoor splash parks with over 60 unique water features.read more
Splash 'n' Play is also available for birthday parties and private hire.read more
Our dedicated SEN sessions are suited to the needs of children who would benefit from a less crowded environment.read more
Yes, you need to book all Splash 'n' Play tickets in advance online and then bring your barcode to the kiosk to gain entry. By not selling tickets at the kiosk we can ensure that everyone gets into their session on time.
Yes, you can use a mobile device to book your tickets for sessions later the same day, subject to availability. Bookings can be made right up until the session start time.
Charges apply for any child that goes on the splash pad. Babies in arms, that aren't taken onto the pad by their parents/carers, do not require a ticket.
Splash 'n' Play is safe to operate during rain, and as such we will not typically close if it's raining - you'll be getting wet anyway! However, we do have to close during thunderstorms for safety reasons.
Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted in Splash 'n' Play under any circumstances. This is due to our strict water hygiene policy.
Shoes of any description are not permitted on the pad itself for hygiene reasons.
Yes, our water is treated just like a swimming pool to ensure it is safe and enjoyable for everyone.
Yes, we have a limited number of changing rooms available at Splash 'n' Play.
We are typically open every weekend and during school holidays between April and September. View session availability.
Willen Lake is managed by The Parks Trust, the self-financing charity that looks after more than 6,000 acres of parkland in Milton Keynes. The Parks Trust also works with around 6,000 school children and adults and over 200 volunteers. It organises and enables over 500 events each year, making Milton Keynes a vibrant and colourful place. Find out more on The Parks Trust website.