Wibit Sports Park 145

Jun 20, 2016

Category: Living

Where was this water park when I was a kid? Literally a floating island of fun, the Wibit Sports Park 145 looks like hours of nonstop water-based adrenaline across their myriad of floating obstacles. With room for up to 145 people atop the floats, buyers can host all sorts of gatherings here. Kids today have all the fun.

Key features of the Sports Park 145 include three balance beams, several action towers, two monkey bars, slides, a flip (similar to the Blob from Heavyweights), multiple bridges, and a lifeguard tower among many others. Each product is sold separately and comes with all the necessary equipment for proper setup. The modularity of each floating product allows for any combination of setup. So, in case you don’t have your own personal lake or Olympic-sized pool, Wibit still offers plenty of floating recreation devices that’ll keep the kids or “kidults” occupied for hours on end. Pricing available upon request. [Purchase]

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