Innovative Leisure, specialists in adventure attractions, successfully completed a number of projects in the summer of 2020, despite the disruption caused by the pandemic.

One such project were two developments for a couple of Bourne Leisure’s Haven Holiday Parks in the UK. Both involved high ropes and junior rope courses.

Innovative Leisure completed the installation of a Sky Trail high ropes course at the Golden Sands Holiday Park in Mablethorpe, as well as a Sky Tykes junior ropes course for younger visitors.

A similar installation was completed at Caister on Sea Holiday Park near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. The Sky Trail courses comprise of a ten pole, single level format. Both offer a series of challenges, including walk the plank and a rolling log with the additional element that sees participants being suspended from the course and having to use ropes to pull themselves to the other side.

Simon Palmer, head of activities and leisure at Bourne Leisure, commented: “These new high ropes activities fit in with our strategy of improving the on-site offering to our owners and guests. They create an exciting focal point for family groups and allow us to do more hourly capacity than previous traditional versions.

“The junior courses have already performed well at two other Haven sites. Innovative Leisure have supported us throughout the projects and helped overcome some unique pandemic challenges,” he continued.