County Voice

County Voice 2019: Issue 2

Splashing time at SC2

SC2, North Wales’ most exciting attraction, has opened its doors to the public.

In the 3 weeks leading to the opening, SC2 welcomed over 5,000 local people to try the adventure centre for free ahead of the opening.

Thousands of local people have experienced the thrilling slides of the waterpark and challenged themselves in the TAGactive arenas within SC2.

The £15 million waterpark includes Wales’ first TAGactive play arena, indoor and outdoor water play for all ages and abilities, flume rides, beach style paddling, feature slides and themed food outlets. There is also a bar and terrace open seasonally.

We have received some great feedback and we’ll listen to any suggestions made for how we can make a people’s experience of SC2 even better. It will be a draw to residents and tourists alike for the whole of the North Wales coast and we are extremely proud of this exciting visitor attraction and new addition to the Denbighshire Leisure portfolio of first class facilities.

Whether people have been clambering around TAGactive or taking to the boomerang slide with gusto, and the outdoor splash pads will prove to be a real sunny Rhyl treat. This is something new and exciting not just for the town but for the North Wales coast. There is nothing quite like it for miles around.

As the centrepiece of Rhyl’s waterfront development programme, SC2 is expected to attract an extra 350,000 visitors per year to the town.

SC2 has been funded by Denbighshire County Council with contributions from Rhyl Town Council and Welsh Government.

Visitors can get all the latest information on the SC2 website and their social media pages.


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