Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 13 March 2021
A ‘HIDDEN BEACH’ in Market Bosworth, which proves a hit with locals for days out with the family, have re-opened more of their facilities.
Bosworth Water Park have been open since 29 March, where they have been welcoming back families spending days out together in the sun, whilst adhering to the Government’s coronavirus restrictions that are in place.
Since they have been open, visitors were able to visit their ‘Blue Lagoon’ play area, go fishing, enjoy hot and cold takeaway drinks, and use the outdoor play areas.
Yesterday (12 April), they opened up more of their facilities to guests paying a visit to the park, including their funfair, pedal boats, crazy golf, and paddleboards.
Visitors will now be able to give crazy golf and the pedal boats a go any day they visit, as both attractions are now open for seven days a week, from 10am until 4pm.
Covid pre-cautions – the park’s rules
The park have stated that since last week, their newly-enforced Covid rules that park visitors have been following have helped eliminate some of the issues that they were facing last year.
- Face coverings must be worn on-site in all indoor settings, unless visitors are exempt
- Children must not arrange to meet their friends at the park, or they will be removed from the site
- Any unaccompanied under-18s will be removed and banned from the beach
- Social distancing measures must be adhered to
The car parking fees are £1.50 per car per hour mid-week and £2 per car per hour on the weekends and bank holidays.
Online bookings can be made online through their website, or as a telephone enquiry over the phone.
Guests are now able to stay on the campsite if they have their own facilities, but for those who do not, they can make online bookings for stays from 17 May.