By Jess aged 12, an Oxfordshire almost teen who loves art, running and the outdoors.
Oxford Wet n Wild aqua park kindly donated entry free of charge to Jess and her brother Edwin (6). However, as with all reviews on Red Kite Days, they are honest reviews and only recommended places are included on the website. Find out what Jess thought of the Oxford aqua park in her review.
Oxford Wet n Wild Review
Going to Oxford Wet n Wild was really fun. There are many different obstacles, including a variety of slides and an inflatable seesaw. Our favourite bit was the blast bag where one person sits on the bag and the other jumps onto the bag from a tower, causing the sitting person to get blasted into the air.
There are a few slides – the best was the mega slide but you always land with a big splash, regardless of which slide you use.
The staff at Wet n Wild were very friendly and they explained safety procedures clearly and carefully. They had lots of different sizes of wetsuits and life jackets. Wetsuit hire is £5 but you can bring your own too.
In addition to the inflatables, there was also a cafe, which was comfortable and hygienic. It served delicious food and drink and the people who worked there were very nice.
Aqua Park Activities
- Paddle Boards
There is a minimum age of 6 and min height 1.1m & able to swim 50m. Any participants under the age of 10 years must be accompanied on the inflatables by a responsible adult. 1 adult can supervise 3 children.
Getting to Oxford Wet n Wild
– For Sat Nav use OX10 7PQ, then follow the ‘Oxford Wet n Wild’ signs on the approach to the Aquapark.
By Public Transport
– The closest bus stop is the Dorchester Bypass Stop on the A4074 (Oxford – Reading).
Aqua Park Pricing
Please check their website directly for the last pricing. At the time of publishing the review, standard walk-in price £20 per participant – subject to availability, Advanced booking on line £15 per participant, this option is available up to 1 hour before the session start time, Wetsuit hire is available for an additional charge of £5.00
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