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Rainy Day Activities Eirias Park and Waterpark, Conwy
Opening times: daylight access to the park, please call ahead for swimming times
Price: Adult £4.85, Child £2.90, access to parkland free

Set in fifty acres of beautiful parkland, Eirais Park in Colwyn Bay is Conwy’s premier leisure facility. You can keep the kids active on a rainy day with the range of activities on offer here.

The indoor facilities include a 25m swimming and leisure pool with six lanes, various water slides and a separate water slide so the little ones can enjoy splashing around while you relax in the fitness suite, sauna, steam room and warm spa pool.

And swimming isn’t the only thing on offer at Eirias at the newly finished Eirias Events Centre; there is also an outdoor athletics arena which includes a grandstand and floodlit synthetic pitch for hockey and football matches. 

You can enjoy other sports as there are indoor and outdoor tennis courts and bowling greens, as well as a skateboard park. If you get a break in the rain, make the most of the sunshine and let the kids run around in the children’s playground and enjoy a bite to eat in the picnic area.

Eirias Park is also home to Eirias Stadium, which is where the Welsh U20’s rugby team train. It has been host to several televised international rugby matches and is a venue for outdoor seated concerts. June 2016 sees Lionel Richie performing to fans who’ll travel from all over the UK for this great event.

 

Banner Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Richard Hoare.

Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Richard Hoare.

Location

Eirias Park and Waterpark is found in Colwyn Bay, just off of Eirias Road.

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