Developer of the mobile game franchise Rovio has teamed up with play equipment designers Lappset Group to bring a series of playgrounds inspired by the phenomenon to fruition.
The first park is set to be built in Rovaniemi, Finland this summer, with locations in the UK and elsewhere to follow shortly, reports BBC News.
Lappset's marketing director Johan Granholm teased: "There's a tunnel that you have to run though at a certain speed. If you don't get there in time, you get sprayed with water."
Launching in the App Store at the end of 2009, Angry Birds has become the best-selling app in the world and has since branched out into T-shirts, toys and board games with reports of a feature film in the works.
Rovio's Peter Vesterbacka said: "We will be developing a service which brings together the digital world and the physical world in a way that's never been seen before.
"The popularity of Angry Birds isn't restricted to any age, sex or social group, and the activity parks too will be designed to be interesting places for absolutely everyone, all around the world."
The parks hope to blend the digital and physical worlds by implementing large screens where the game can be played as well as exclusive downloads.
This news follows recent reports of an 'Angry Birds Land' section being built in a Finnish theme park.
Watch Lappset showing off Angry Birds-inspired playground equipment below: