PICS: Ireland's largest indoor water park is now taking bookings and it looks spectacular 6 months ago

PICS: Ireland's largest indoor water park is now taking bookings and it looks spectacular

Gather your crew and start making waves.

Center Parcs are set to turn Longford into a 29.50C subtropical swimming paradise when they launch Ireland’s largest waterpark next summer.

The new forest resort, which will open its doors in summer 2019 and provide 1,000 jobs in the process, is set to become the new go-to destination for Irish families and it's clear what the jewel in the crown is going to be.

The subtropical swimming paradise will be Ireland’s largest waterpark and it promises to offer a host of amenities for Irish families.

To begin with, the water is heated to 29.5oC all year round. Bliss.

There's also going to be a large family wave pool, Wild Water Rapids, a children’s water play area, and tranquil whirlpools.

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The indoor waterpark will come complete with 350m of exhilarating rides and flumes suitable for all ages.

For any budding daredevils, they'll definitely be looking to take a ride on the Tropical Cyclone - a family raft ride with a gravity-defying drop.

Elsewhere, The Typhoon - a two-seater ride with drops, swings and speeds of up to 45km/ph - is bound to be popular, along with The Twister.

If you're looking to just chill out and hang by the side of the pool, meanwhile, there's also the option of booking a private family cabana fitted with a TV, refreshments and loungers.

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The nearby Canopy Café & Bar will definitely appeal to anyone who has worked up a hunger and a thirst.

Various packages can be booked via the official website, but the water park will provide unlimited entry as it's included in the cost.

To make things better, the water park is open 365 days a year, so even if your schedule is tight or your holiday time is inconvenient, there's no excuse for a little break.

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For more information, check out the Center Parcs website.