Inn with outdoor pool is a short walk away from downtown Wisconsin Dells and attractions like restaurants, tours, outdoor fun, and shopping
Hotel at a Glance: All Star Inn & Suites
Situated along Wisconsin Dells’ epicenter of tourism and local fun, All Star Inn & Suite’s property couldn’t be in a better spot on Broadway. A short walk to the west leads to boutiques and kitschy shops while a jog north stops at the area’s historic Wisconsin River.
Across the river are the Dells’ notoriously massive water parks—between Memorial Day and Labor Day, lodgers at the All Star Inn & Suites receive free passes good for splashing, playing, slipping, and sliding at Noah’s Ark Water Park. Between all the watery fun, it might be hard to head back to the inn. But the winner of Trip Advisor’s “Certificate Of Excellence” has their own outdoor pool, perfect for a calming family swim session.
- Get ready for the day: in the All Star Inn’s queen or double-queen rooms, and don’t forget to stock up on coffee before you leave the room in the morning.
- Splash around: Guests who stay between Memorial Day and Labor Day receive free passes to Noah’s Ark Water Park, and can race across all of the park’s larger than life slides and raft-rides
Hit the streets: and head down Broadway to take in the eye-catching sights and shops—tourists may want to try out a tour of the area’s natural wonders, or duck into a nearby bakery for a snack
- Take a break: After a day of exploring downtown and splashing around, relax with flat-screen TV’s, or hop on the inn’s free WiFi and catch up on the next binge-worthy show.
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.