FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Will SC2 be suitable for all ages or a certain age and above?
The water park has been designed to attract visitors of all ages. With that in mind the pool has depths ranging from 0mm to 900mm with beach level entry for toddlers and young children to build confidence.
There will be a variety of exciting water slides including the Anaconda, Speedster and Boomerang, along with other water features and play equipment suitable for all ages.
TAGactive is an exciting new facility exclusive to Wales, that will be suitable for children aged 5 years through to adults. The junior Tag (aimed at 5 -8 year olds) is the first of its kind in the UK, while the main TAGactive structure will be the first in Wales, and we are delighted to be able to offer this unique attraction in Denbighshire.
What’s the depth of the pool?
The indoor pool has a maximum depth of 0.9 metres.
Is there an outside swimming pool?
Yes, there will be an outdoor splash pad with water slides, features and water play equipment for younger audiences. There will be loungers and cabana’s for families and adults to enjoy with fantastic views over the seafront.
Is the pool deep enough to swim in?
A section of the main indoor pool will be deep enough to swim in, however the water space has been designed for play rather than traditional lane swimming.
Are there slides?
The main indoor leisure pool with have three large slides called the Anaconda, the Speedster and Boomerang, as well as other water slides and features on the Piranha Play structure and water play equipment such as the Water Wheel for different age groups to enjoy.
Is there a wave machine?
There will not be a wave machine however with three large water slides and other water features to enjoy there will be plenty of fun for all age groups to enjoy in the centre.
Do you have any jobs?
Up to 65 job opportunities are being created within SC2 which will be advertised from September onwards, and will range from operational and catering staff to administrative support and apprenticeships.
What’s your number so I can ring you?
The telephone line for enquiries is not yet live, however you are able to message us through our Facebook page, and register your interest in products and services here.
Customers that register their interest online via the website will be entered into a draw to win the first family tickets to be released for SC2. We will also keep registered users up to date with facility and service developments at SC2 as they happen.
What does SC2 stand for?
SC2 represents a new era of developments for Rhyl, starting with the seafront promenade and the new destination venue at SC2. While the initials could reference the previous sun centre, this new facility will draw little comparisons to the previous facility mix or service and so SC2 represents an exciting and fresh interactive facility for all visitors to enjoy.
Where is SC2 located?
On the site of the old Drift Park. The address is SC2, West Parade, RHYL, Denbighshire, LL18 1BF.
When will SC2 open and how do we get tickets?
SC2 will open in Spring 2019, however we are targeting for tickets to go on sale in December 2018, in preparation for launch.
How much will this cost? / Is there a discount for locals?
The final price list is being developed and should be available in December. Residents with a Denbighshire Leisure Card will be able to access discounts during term time, while online tickets will offer a discounted price to in centre sales, so we would encourage you to register on line to access tickets as soon as they become available.