Waterpark Profile

Raising the value proposition

Le Club Farret campsite in southern France opened new indoor waterpark the Aquadôme earlier this year, with the aim of catering to its clients through the colder months in addition to the summer season. Park World spoke to Amusement Logic, the creator of the new aquatic attraction, to find out more

line of exotic Balinese theming, creating an elegant area in which to relax. Designed for the grown-ups, the Tao Beach Pool is reserved for guests over 16 years and features bubble benches, a solarium and pool bar. On the other end of the spectrum, the kids aquatic area Pirates Bay comprises a 500 sq m swimming pool and a 180 sq m paddling pool. “We started the work in October, just after the campsite

closed,” Amusement Logic told Park World. April marks the start of the season for most of France’s campsites, and the new indoor waterpark opened just in time for this.” “Completing a project of this magnitude in just over seven

ocated in the Vias Plage beach resort, near Montpellier in the south of France, Le Farret is billed as an “open-air hotel”, offering camping pitches, holiday cabins and activities aimed at holidaying families. New for 2018 is the Aquadôme, an indoor waterpark area with waterslides, which joins existing attractions to provide a year- round offering for guests. With a total area of 1,500 sq m, the waterpark delivers


entertainment for all the family, comprising a children's pool, waterslides for youngsters, and an adult pool with a swimming area, relaxation zone and supervised activities. In addition to the active spaces, a mezzanine with terraces and bar offers the opportunity to rehydrate or to observe friends and family enjoying the aquatic activities.

Year-round entertainment A key feature of the Aquadôme is its mobile cover, which can be opened or closed according to the conditions of the day. In the colder months, the water and air will be heated, the park has revealed, allowing the park to be operated and enjoyed in adverse weather – meaning the holiday season can be prolonged, and guest numbers increased. The new waterpark is situated next to and connected with the existing Tao Beach pool, and follows the same delicate


months is a success we are proud of. It’s a compliment to the [existing] leisure activities offered to guests by one of South France’s renowned campsites and it has quickly become the favourite attraction of families staying at the campsite. This success was to be expected, as the park already has different zones aimed at all kinds of people: a children’s pool for the youngest guests, slides for teens and a swimming and relaxation pool, along with a mezzanine terrace for adults.” Since its April debut, the waterpark has reportedly made a

significant impact, quickly becoming a family-favourite attraction for the campsite’s guests.

Based in the Spanish city of Valencia, Amusement Logic provides a varied range of services for the parks and attractions industry, ranging from initial project design through to execution and management. The company specialises in the design, planning, development and construction of hotel complexes, sports facilities, amusement parks and, of course, waterparks. As well as designing and building waterparks, Amusement Logic also provides specialist consultant advice and guidance in the project feasibility, as well as staff training.

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