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Outdoor water parks, splash zones and paddling pools classic wow gold for kids in and around Greater ManchesterAs the weather hots up you might be looking for a place to cool down. Here's our round up of the best parks with water play for the familyGet the biggest What's On stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailWhen the weather warm there nothing quite like some water play to keep the kids cool.We all know how hot our children get when they busy playing and running around and how they love the opportunity to have a good splash around.Thankfully there are plenty of places where families can do just that.From paddling pool and fountains for little ones, to a giant inflatable aqua park for older ones, there something for kids of all ages.Here our round up of the water parks, splash zones and paddling pools in and around Greater Manchester.Stamford Park, Stalybridge The park water fountains are one of the biggest draws for families in the hot weather.Its play area has a large flat tiled zone where water spurts from the ground and kids of all ages can get enough of it.Happy Mount Park, Morecambe Happy Mount Park Splash Park is open from May through to September.The brightly coloured interactive play area has multiple water jets activated by buttons, so children of all abilities are able to activate the sensor operated water jets.It built on an outdoor soft play surface, so wheelchair users can access the fun too.Among the water jets a carousel of buckets spills water from above, a water arch sprays all who move through it, and cannons soak all those enjoying the watery fun.Manley Mere, Frodsham Cheshire Aquapark at Manley Mere promises aquatic adventure like no other With huge inflatable climbing walls, giant trampolines, challenging balance beams, and blast bags for people to jump, climb and slide off, the Aquapark, just an hour down the road, in Manley, Frodsham, is the biggest of its kind in the north west.Sessions last for 50 minutes and cost 20. Wetsuits and buoyancy aids are provided within the price paid.The attraction is for adults and kids from the age of eight who meet the 1.2m minimum height requirement.Children aged eight to 14 must be accompanied by an adult, aged 17 plus and there must be no more than six children to one adult.As if a massive floating assault course isn a good enough reason to visit, Manley Mere also has an Adventure Trail , and offers paddle boarding, kayaking and sailing.The trail meanders through woodland, alongside a stream and features obstacles and challenges on the way.The trail, suitable for all ages, is about a mile and a half long and a change of clothes is advised as things can get a bit muddy.The Carrs, Wilmslow Although not officially a paddling pool, The Carrs in Wilmslow is definitely a popular spot for families to dip their feet.Mum Tina Marshall Lever likes to take her children Charlie, Alyssa Rose and Teddy along for a paddle there.

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