Towyn and Rhyl are excellent destinations for your summer holiday this year, thanks to their locations upon the North Wales coast with their facilities, amenities, beautiful areas and fantastic attractions. A great accommodation choice is selecting a holiday park in Towyn, as they offer an excellent place to rest your head after a busy or relaxing day out in Towyn, Rhyl and surrounding areas –
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When it comes to the question “What are we doing today?” you won’t have to think too hard to make a choice. Below we have compiled a brief list of some day out ideas whilst in the area. There are plenty of others aside from these attractions to select to maximise your enjoyment on holiday.
There a number of fun parks within the area, including Knightly fun fair that homes over 20 fun rides and attractions. From a Dragon family roller coaster, to Phoenix ride, Extreme machine Miami, every single visitor will be thoroughly entertained.
Located on an open seafront, the Rhyl SeaQuarium welcomes all new explorers and visitors to join in a voyage of discovery as visitors travel beneath the waves, from tranquil fresh waters to the cold depths of the deep. If you visit you will be intrigued to see the range of animals and sea creatures on display, while learning a lot about what’s beneath the waters!
Geronimo’s Adventure Playground is a place packed with fun that boasts a 25 vertical drop slide, Dangley Snakes, Bitt Bash, Tumble Tower, Fireman’s Pole, Mirror Maze, Climbing Net, their famous Cheyenne Falls – the giant astroglide.
The Sun Centre in Rhyl is a popular destination for a fun few hours, where youngsters can enjoy the pools, waterslides, surf pool and popular tropical storm wave pool. Complete with a café, restaurant, monorail and sun deck, there is something for everyone to enjoy at Rhyl Sun Centre.
Totally Ape is an exciting all weather play and party venue for children up to age 12 with a separate baby and toddler soft play area. The soft play centre has a lager main frame for the bigger kids to climb, clamber, slide and explore. Those that visit can enjoy free parking, free WiFi and a lovely restaurant.
Towyn and Rhyl Beaches
There are plenty of quiet, flat sands and great winds that make Rhyl and Towyn beaches perfect for sunshine holidays and all kinds of water sports. There are a number of different areas of the beaches along the coast, allowing you to pick a spot that suits your requirements. All beaches are safe, clean and quiet, perfect for all holidaymakers.