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Norway Water Park

(+47) 3506 1600
Steintjønnvegen 2, NO-3800 Bø i Telemark
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Norway water park is one of Europe's biggest water park situated in Bø in Telemark, Norway. Norway water park is located only two hours from Oslo. It is owned by Parques Reunidos who also owns Tusenfryd, another Amusement park in Norway. Every summer around 200 000 people visits Bø Sommarland, that makes the park one of Norway's biggest tourist attractions. The park opening season is normally from beginning of June to the middle of August.

Attractions in the park:

Jettegryta (2006)

Jettegryta, "Pothole", is one of the biggest slides in Bø Summerland. Two and two are sitting in a boat starting at high speed through a tube before they enter an open pan. Slide is over 100 meters long and has a fall of more than 16 meters.

Half pipe (2004)

The Half pipe is one of Europe biggest half pips in water with a high difference on 19 meters.

Flow Rider (1994)

Flow Rider is the world's largest artificial surf wave. The artificial surf wave is related to Summerland river where it every hour a wave is released.

Mot i Brøstet (1997)

Mot i Brøstet was the world first roller coaster in water when it was built in 1997. Today it is Europe's biggest water roller coaster.

Magasuget (1986)

Magasuget is a ride that starts 26 meters over the ground with freefall of 9 meters.


Leikeland is the playground for children. You will find climbing castles, electric cars, fairytale houses, slides, jumping castles, mini golf and other dry attraction for children.

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