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Wisconsin Indoor Waterparks
Last Updated: 6/30/2013
Indoor waterparks continue to grow in popularity throughout the country and Wisconsin is leading the way. You’ve probably heard of Wisconsin Dells, the Waterpark Capital of the World, but here are a few other hot spots to beat the winter doldrums:
Where can you find the largest go-kart track in the Midwest, a fully equipped entertainment center, and comic book themed indoor waterpark all under one roof? That would be the Metropolis Resort in Eau Claire, one of the premier destinations for fun in western Wisconsin! Dive into a world of superheroes and villains with bright, hand-painted murals covering every inch of wall space at Chaos Waterpark.
Located just 4 blocks from Lambeau Field, the Tundra Lodge Resort & Waterpark is the largest indoor waterpark in Northeast Wisconsin. You have 3 stories and 30,000 square feet of exploring, including the Moosejaw Mountain, an interactive water playground, and whirling Alaskan Pipeline waterslide. If you get tired or just want to relax, drift down the Elk Island River, Green Bay’s only lazy river.
Timber Ridge Resort in Lake Geneva is home to Moose Mountain Falls, a 50,000 square feet indoor waterpark boasting 35-foot-high “Timber Rapids” and “Avalanche Falls” waterslides that land you in a heated pool. Children ages 7 to 10 can shoot some hoops in the water basketball court or climb rope at the activity pool. One of the more popular ways to relax at Moose Mountain is by taking a dip in one of the indoor/outdoor hot tubs. Just take your pick at this great mix of adventure and relaxation.
With so many great waterparks to choose from, you really can’t go wrong in Wisconsin.This entry was posted in Things to Do