Russia's largest water park to be constructed in Moscow region

The project’s investment volume will amount to around 5 bln rubles
28 July 2016

The Moscow region Urban Council approved the concept of the ​​retail park "Otrada" in the Krasnogorsk district. It includes construction of the largest water park in Russia, according to Deputy Chairman of the Moscow Region Government German Elyanyushkin. Elyanyushkin noted that "Otrada" is expected to become one of the largest water amusement centers not only in Russia but also in Europe.

The water park will feature a variety of water attractions: wave pool, artificial waves for surfing, swimming pool with a virtual aquarium, children's water playground, climbing wall, as well as a spa complex with restaurant, cafes and a stage for various performances. "Visitors of the amusement park will enjoy water slides for normal and extreme slopes on inflatable rafts and rubber rings, with spiral and pendulum motion, as well as water rides such as "Toboggan" and "Alpine hills". The length of the slides will be about one km, the height of each installation will vary between 10-20 m. The maximum descent speed is up to 7.3 meters per second," Elyanyushkin said.

According to him, construction will begin near the village of Otradnoe, next to the existing multi-functional shopping complex. Investor-developer intends to build a modern shopping and entertainment park in the eastern part of the settlement. A three-storey complex with a total area of ​​about 180,000 sq. m will be constructed on the territory of 14 hectares. It will house shops and boutiques, cafes and restaurants, as well as a cinema and a fitness center with a swimming pool. The projects’ investment volume will amount to around 5 bln rubles. It is also planned to expand Pyatnitskoe highway.