Bø Sommarland Waterpark
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Bø Sommarland is Scandinavia's largest water park with attractions for young and old. Bring the whole family on, water-fun in safe and pleasant surroundings in Bø Sommarland!
Among Europe's roughest
Bø Sommarland has some of Europe's largest and most spectacular water activities. Here we present a few of them. At sommarland.no you can read more and order tickets!
Vassføyka is a giant slide with four lanes, where you can slide to compete with your friends! Here you lie on special mats and spin through a dark tunnel before you can reach a top speed of 45 km / h on the run. Who comes down first?
With a free fall of 9 meters, this is one of the roughest water slides in Europe. This is not for the faint of heart!
Here you put down the edge of a large halfpipe in an inflatable boat for two. This is one of the scariest water slides in the park!
As of March 2022, there is uncertainty about FlowRider, and whether this will open in 2022. This is due to damage.
Is windsurfing your thing? Then you must try Flow Rider - One of the world's largest artificial surf waves! After surfing the wave, you are released into the Sommarlandelva where you can drift around with the current and just relax.
Courage "Mot i brøstet"
One of Europe's largest water roller coaster! An activity that really tickles the stomach, but not so scarier for it suits most people.
Fun for the whole family
Bø Sommarland has a varied offer of water activities for both grown-ups and small. Here the whole family can enjoy themselves! In addition to tough slides for those who really want to test their courage, you will also find quieter and more relaxing water slides and swimming pools in the park.
Fun for toddlers
Bø Sommarland has several areas for young children. In Vannland you will find a large pool with several levels and small water slides. At Bøverstranda you can relax on the sun lounger while the toddlers enjoy themselves in the shallow part of the heated pool. If you want a trip out of the pool, you can test the activities in Leikeland.
Bø Sommarland puts safety first. This means that you can safely let the children unfold in water activities that suit them and that even the toughest slides are safe for everyone.
25 degrees in the water
In Bø Sommarland, the water in all pools and most slides a constant temperature of approx. 25 degrees. Here, there is no reason to be afraid to jump into it!
Pre-purchase tickets at sommarland.no. If you have a season ticket in Bø Sommarland, you can enter TusenFryd and 17 other European parks for free!
Bø Sommarland is open every day from mid-June to mid-August. See opening hours here
Adapted for guests with disabilities
Bø Sommarland wants as many people as possible to have the opportunity for fantastic summer memories with family and friends - and with simple tools, Bø Sommarland can arrange for guests with disabilities!
An overview of offers and facilities can be seen here:
• Wheelchairs for rent that can be used when visiting the park, hence one that can be used in water
• Tickets and the escort scheme
• Bø Sommarland is proud to support the Sunflower brand
• food-shops in the park cater for all kinds of food intolerances and allergies
• Service dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a leash and away from the pools
• Separate marked route in the park for wheelchairs, prams and walkers
• Toilet and cloakroom that is adapted for guests with disabilities
• Quiet areas in slightly sheltered surroundings
How to get to Bø Sommarland
Bø Sommarland is located 5 km outside Bø center. By car it takes approx. 2 hours to drive from Oslo and 2.5 hours from Kristiansand.
Bø is a public transport hub so you can easily get to the park without a car. Both bus and train stop at Bø Station, where the local bus can take you on to Bø Sommarland.
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