Inflatable Water Parks
Admit it; when you were young, the only thing that was cooler than a fort was a floating fort, and I think it’s safe to assume that few of us have outgrown that fascination.
That’s why the German water sports company Wibit has created a floating fortress of buoyant products that can be ordered to fit any kind of water habitat, including a pool, a private beach, or a lake.
The floating contraptions are basically huge modules of inflated material in various shapes and varieties. Wibit has made different shapes to be inflated like the pyramidal shaped hump that can be used as a slide, the water-proof trampoline, the bouncy platform, the balance beam, the swing, and the bridge— and that’s just to name a few.
The greatest part about these flotation devices is that they are attachable to one another so that you can create and design your own fortress; but really it could be considered a water park, just the way you want it.
According to My Modern Met, Wibit’s biggest inflatable structure, the Sports Park 60, measures at about 130 feet long by 105 feet wide and weighs almost 4,000 pounds. It takes around 180 minutes to blow up entirely and incorporates Wibit’s coolest features, including an inflatable swing and inflatable lounging couch.
If that doesn’t sound cool enough though, don’t worry; it also comes complete with an obstacle course and a structured podium to announce the winners. Of course, the podium could also be used for anyone who wants to dive head-first into the cool, refreshing water upon which the floating water park sits.