Coral Reef is one of the largest interactive water worlds in England. It has a great range of water play facilities for all ages including a toddler zone with shallow water, mini slides and a pirate ship. There are various other Jacuzzi style pools for bigger kids and adults, an exploding volcano, lazy river and the star attraction – the flumes.
The changing areas are modern with plenty of large family style changing facilities. There is also a cafe where you can look out over the pool area – a great way to give the kids something to watch whilst you enjoy a quick uninterrupted coffee (well sort of!).
Coral Reef – Bracknell’s Water World, Nine Mile Ride, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 7JQ [view map]
The ticket pricing is a bit complicated and you will need to book online for peak times before turning up. That said, tickets prices are around £38 for a family, £13 for a single adult, £9 for a chid and under 5s free. Check for up to date pricing and book your tickets here.
What you need to know
The water slides are not open all the time. Here are the current pool AND slide opening times
Monday to Friday 15:30 – 20:45
Weekends 09:00 – 17:45
Monday to Friday 09:30 – 20:45
Weekends 09:00 – 17:45
Bank holidays 09:30 – 17:45
Pool only times – this includes everything you want want for a young child who is not interested in the big flumes.
Term time session Monday-Friday 10:30am – 3:30pm
Facilities: There is a restaurant serving hot and cold food open daily until 6:30pm on week days and 5:45pm on weekends and bank holidays. There is also a pool side beach cafe serving hot and cold drinks and food. You are not permitted to picnic inside coral reef but there are areas outside on sunny days.
Parking: There is a car parking charge of £3 per visit for up to 5hrs. Customers who pay to swim at Coral Reef will have their parking charge deducted from the entry price. If you are dropping off children for a birthday party you are allowed to park for 10 minutes without paying. There are pay and display machines in the car park.
Lockers: You need a £1 coin per locker which are refundable.
Safety note: For safety reasons, every two children under age of 8 must be accompanied by one adult (18+) at all times.
Contact information and more info
P: 01344 862525
More Places to Visit
Stonor park is a beautiful country estate near Henley. It’s still lived in by the Stonor family and has been for the last 850 years! The house and grounds, gardens and views are magnificent, making it a wonderful place to hang out and explore, especially on a sunny day. At certain times of the year […]
Beale Park is an outdoor wildlife park about 40 mins drive from Marlow out past Reading. There is plenty enough to keep all ages of kids occupied for most of the day between the animals, play areas, large outdoor paddling pool, sand, train ride and other exhibits. It’s definitely worth the drive if you fancy a […]
Tring Natural History Museum is about a 45 minute drive from Marlow and a perfect place if you are fancying a trip out on a wet day. It’s linked with the Natural History Museum in London and is predominantly a fantastic collection of stuffed animals! It’s free to enter, buggy friendly, has a small cafe. […]