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One- or Two-Night Stay with Water-Park Passes at Great Wolf Lodge – Wisconsin Dells in Wisconsin Dells, WI

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In a Nutshell

Family-friendly Wisconsin Dells lodge with large indoor water park, arcade, and multiple onsite restaurants

The Fine Print

Expiration varies. Book by 5/16/13, 5/29/13, or 6/4/13, depending on option bought, or promotional value expires. Travel by 5/17/13, 5/30/13, or 6/6/13 depending on option bought. Not valid 5/24 or 5/26. Water park closed 4/29-4/30, 5/1-5/2, and 5/7-5/8. Not valid for Saturday check-in. Limit 2/person +1 additional as a gift. Limit 2/visit. Valid only for option bought. Reservation required, subject to availability. All cancellations subject to $30 fee. 72hr cancellation notice required or fee of applicable 1-night's stay up to the amount paid for Groupon applies. Outfit not included with stuffed animal. Must be 21+ to check in. Credit card required at check-in. $12.99/day resort fee and 11.5% tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Suites Above Massive Indoor Water Park

High above Fort Mackenzie—the four-story waterlogged treehouse that feels like a mixture of Swiss Family Robinson and Pirates of the Caribbean—a 1,000-gallon bucket slowly fills with water. Suddenly, the big bucket topples, drenching those gathered below in a torrent of water. Heated to a balmy 84 degrees, Great Wolf Lodge’s indoor water park sports 17 splash-filled attractions, including a wave pool, a six-story funnel slide, the Crooked Creek lazy river, and two Hot Springs warming pools.

The 80,000-square-foot aquatic arena is merely one of the many activities at the hotel's multi-entertainment campus. During the MagiQuest live-action adventure, kids wield magic wands and journey through a kingdom to meet mythical creatures, including a pixie, a dragon, and a Bob Dylan. Scooops Kid Spa gives manicures and pedicures to pintsize patrons sitting atop ice-cream-cone stools and banana-split thrones—free ice cream predictably and happily completes each visit. Onsite dining options include hot breakfast at the Camp Critter Buffet and steaks, burgers, and fresh fish at the Loose Moose Bar & Grill.

The family-friendly suites vary in size, but all are large and able to accommodate at least 4 guests (Wolf Pack condos can sleep up to 10). Loft suites have a semiprivate living area with a corner gas fireplace; Black Bear and Wolf Pack condos have full kitchens and extra bedrooms. The Wolf Den and KidCabin suites come with miniature log cabins that double as kids’ sleeping quarters with bunk beds and a TV.

Wisconsin Dells: Picturesque Scenery and Family Entertainment

Before the Dells became synonymous with water parks and amusement rides, the Midwestern destination's claim to fame was its scenery. Visitors in the mid-1940s came to see the craggy rock formations that frame both sides of the Wisconsin River. These bluffs—or dells—are still visible today from the downtown area, which is rife with kitschy attractions, from mini-golf courses to go-kart tracks.

But it's safe to say that most visitors nowadays come for the water parks. In fact, the Dells area likely has more water slides per capita than any other spot on the planet. The fun doesn't stop in the cooler months, either, thanks to a slew of indoor aquatic centers, many of which are nearly as elaborate as their outdoor rivals.

For a break from all the chlorinated excitement, take a stroll along the river, where you’ll find antique stores, candy shops, and a Bavarian-themed village. At a handful of German restaurants, you can wash down plates of schnitzel with pints of lager to the sounds of glockenspiels. The H.H. Bennett Studio museum makes for an interesting side trip. Exhibits recount the early history of the Dells through the life of the 19th-century landscape photographer whose work originally attracted tourists to the area. Just down the road, in the town of Baraboo, Victorian buildings and quaint shops lie on the outskirts of Devil's Lake State Park, where 500-foot bluffs present a challenge for intrepid rock climbers.

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.


  • “Family friendly, kid friendly, great indoor waterpark”

  • “It is such a family friendly place and I love that it's not open to the public if you're not staying there. We want to go back! My 1 and 3 year old had a blast :)”

  • “Resort was wonderful, the perfect getaway during this very long winter with lots of different things available to keep the kids entertained.”

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    Wisconsin Dells

    1400 Great Wolf Drive

    Baraboo, WI 53913


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