Have a Watery, Splashtacular Adventure at Hoopla Island!
One of the best things about summer is the ever-so-fun and relaxing beach days – not to mention a GREAT way to cool off in our Manitoban heat waves. But what if you could make your next beach day a little more . . . extreme, fun and memorable? At Hoopla Island, located in Pinawa, you can have all the classic watery fun of the beach with the added thrill and adventure that makes Hoopla Island so unique!
This giant floating water park attraction has jumps, slides, climbing walls, swings, trampolines and more that promises a splashtastic good time while unleashing your inner child! Don’t worry about being graceful or even staying on these floatable structures because half the fun is slipping and falling, splashing and dunking, and just, in general, getting wet and having a great time. Not only is swimming getting an uplift, but also classic beach games like Tag, The Floor is Lava (or, in this case, the water is lava!), Marco Polo, and other beach favourites in this wonderfully crazy structure!
While this slippery floatable obstacle course is new to Pinawa in 2021, you may have heard or even visited this great attraction in Kenora, where they also operate. But with the added charm and activities in Pinawa and the area, you can’t beat the atmosphere that surrounds Hoopla Island Pinawa!
You’ll find Hoopla Island at Pinawa’s Public Beach that offers a great view and nearby restaurants because, after your adventure of fun, you’ll definitely need a bite to eat.
Whether you’re looking for a great family activity or something exciting to do with your friends, testing your ninja-warrior skills at Hoopla Island is the perfect activity for laughs, bonding and creating lasting memories!
For more information, please visit Hoopla Island’s website.
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