A NEW adventure attraction for thrill-seekers and families will be unveiled this weekend.
Following significant investment, SF Parks is to launch the much-anticipated high ropes course at its White House Leisure Park in Towyn on Saturday (May 27).
This latest addition to the park will be followed by an upgrade to Jakes family restaurant and pub, an amusement arcade, a cinema room, and soft play, complementing existing facilities including a crazy golf course and food and drinks outlets.
And it comes as the family-owned business awaits planning permission for another adrenaline-fuelled activity – The Jump – where customers can leap from a three or six-foot platform onto a giant airbag.
SF Parks, which also owns Golden Gate in Towyn, Riverside and Sun Valley in Rhuddlan, and Sirior Bach in Moelfre, Abergele, has big plans for the future.
Director Jonathan Seldon says these exciting developments are just the start.
“The response to the high ropes course and all of our plans has been really positive, so we thank everyone for their support,” he added.
“Our loyal customers are always top priority and enhancing their experience is paramount, which is why we will continue to make improvements and introduce more exhilarating and engaging attractions across the SF Parks portfolio.”
Fellow director Oliver Seldon reinforced those comments and revealed their overall vision will lead to more developments in the months ahead.
“This new attraction and The Jump – should we receive the green light next month – show how committed we are to our customers and also the local economy, supporting small businesses and creating full-time and seasonal jobs,” he said.
“We will continue to improve standards, embrace innovation and keep investing in all of our parks as that will have a lasting impact not just on SF Parks but the region’s tourism sector.”
The high ropes course will be open to the public and visitors can book in person or by visiting the company’s website. SF Parks caravan owners will pay a discounted rate.
For more information and to contact SF Parks, email [email protected].