THE wait is over! Rhyl's £15million water park is opening its doors.

SC2 will open to the public at 4.30pm on Friday, April 5.

Denbighshire County Council have labelled SC2 as "North Wales' most exciting attraction".

Rhyl Journal:

Over the last three weeks, the water park has welcomed more than 5,000 people from the community for preview sessions ahead of the opening.

The attraction includes Wales’ first TAGactive play arena, indoor and outdoor water play, flume rides, beach style paddling and themed food outlets.

Cllr Win Mullen-James, mayor of Rhyl, said: “The wait is nearly over and, given the response to SC2 so far, it is set to be a sure-fire hit. Whether people have been clambering around TAGactive or taking to the boomerang slide with gusto and those who have road-tested the attraction have been full of praise.

Rhyl Journal:

"The whole experience has been well thought out and beautifully themed and the outdoor splash pads will prove to be a real sunny Rhyl treat.

"This is something new and exciting not just for the town but for the North Wales coast. There is nothing quite like it for miles around and excitement is really building ahead of the opening day.”

As the centrepiece of Rhyl’s waterfront development programme, SC2 is expected to attract an extra 350,000 visitors per year to the town.

SC2 has been funded by Denbighshire County Council with contributions from Rhyl Town Council and Welsh Government.