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Family Fun-Cation Destinations: Indoor Water Parks
Last Updated: 2/11/2014
Wisconsin Dells is well known as “The Waterpark Capital of the World.” With the largest concentration of water parks in the world and as the location credited with pioneering the indoor water park craze, the name suits the city well. But the indoor water park trend has spread far beyond the borders of Wisconsin Dells. These hotels around Wisconsin also offer indoor wet and wild fun twelve months out of the year.
Located on a private beach on Lake Superior, even when the temperatures are frigid or the sun isn’t shining, the water is just right for jumping in – to the pool that is! The indoor Splashland Waterpark features two slides, dumping buckets, water cannons and a kiddie pool.
This hotel and water park is a convenient place to stay for many events in the area including the EAA Air Show and the Iola Old Car Show, but has enough fun happening in its expansive waterpark to support a weekend of fun all its own. The pool features multiple twisty, twirly waterslides that take you on a ride outside the walls of the building and back indoors for the final splash into the heated pool. Other features include a hot tub, sauna, kiddie pool, and water basketball.
A picturesque resort rivaling any ocean-side property, this lakeside retreat offers everything for a romantic weekend or time away with the family. When it is too cold to enjoy the outdoor amenities, their 84 degree, 46,000 sq. ft. water park is sure to please every member of your family. The park features body slides, tube slides, a baby pool area, Breaker Bay water fort activity center with water-based adventure activities and more.
This 50,000 sq. ft. water park celebrates central Wisconsin’s logging history. The huge indoor park is perfect for all ages and is chock-full of wet and wild fun as the largest indoor water park in central Wisconsin and north of the Wisconsin Dells. Attractions include seven water slides, a giant lazy river, Log Jam Pass obstacle area, Powder Keg Puddle splash area, and activity pool.
Combining indoor and outdoor fun, Three Bears Lodge right next to Jellystone Park has you covered. When the conditions are only warm and sunny indoors, the indoor water park keeps the fun rolling with body and tube slides, a wave pool, lazy river, and kids’ activities.
Located in the city famed for its frozen tundra, the name may not immediately bring to mind somewhere you would like to jump in for a swim. But located just four blocks from Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Tundra Lodge Resort & Waterpark is the largest indoor water park hotel in northeast Wisconsin. The three story 30,000 sq. ft. water park provides year round entertainment for all ages and adventure levels.This entry was posted in Waterparks