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Surf Snowdonia

Surf Snowdonia Adventure Parc

A warm welcome awaits you at the Surf Snowdonia Adventure Parc: a world-first inland surf lagoon and the UK's most compelling outdoor adventure holiday destination for you, your friends and the whole family to enjoy.

Our awesome 300-metre surf lagoon is the main deal, but there's loads of other stuff to try out when you visit – from adrenalin thrills and spills on our Crash & Splash lagoon to bodyboarding and giant SUP as well as kiddies' soft play.

Why not book in for a short break or surfing weekend and learn to surf with our friendly surf school? We offer lessons and structured courses for all ages and abilities.

Our top-notch restaurant and bar showcase the best in local produce and will keep the troops well fed, and there's great value onsite B&B glamping accommodation from just £25 per person per night.

If you’re looking for a fantastic activity holiday or a great family day out, then you've come to the right place. You'll find us in Snowdonia, North Wales, at the heart of the UK’s outdoor adventure scene.



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Opening Times

Surf lagoon
10am until sunset, season runs from March to December.

Restaurant / café
Open from 8am through to 9pm, last orders in the bar at 11pm.
Open during surf season only.

Soft Play and café
9.00am until 5pm, all year round.
Late night opening until 7pm during summer season only.


Freesurf (60 mins)
From £20 child, £30 adult.

Lessons (90 mins)
From £35 child or £45 adult.

Crash & Splash
From £10 when booked with surf activity, £15 standalone.

Wetsuit hire
£5 per day.

Surf board hire
£10 per day.

Overnight B&B accommodation
From £25 per person per night.


Surf Snowdonia Adventure Parc

Surf Snowdonia Adventure Parc
Conway Road
LL32 8QE
+44 1492 353 123



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