Waterpark Hotels

Take your family’s waterpark game up a notch and stay at a Wisconsin hotel room steps away from thrilling waterslides and lazy rivers. 

Some of our best hotels feature built-in water parks, which means you can make a splash from the moment you check-in.

Make a Splash in the Dells

The Wisconsin Dells (also known as the “The Waterpark Capital of the World”) is home to countless waterparks. There are attractions and amenities for everyone in the family. 

The Polynesian Water Park Resort, for instance, features a 20,000 square-foot indoor/outdoor waterpark with an adult-friendly lazy river, two-story water slides and a kiddie pool. All resort suites, the largest one accommodating up to six guests, come with a kitchenette. Other amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi and full access to the waterpark.

At the Rome-themed Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park Resort, there are four parks on-site. Mt. Olympus has two waterparks, an indoor and outdoor one with pools, water slides, lazy rivers and water-soaked playgrounds. When you're not in the water, visit the two theme parks, also featuring indoor and outdoor spaces. Attractions include roller coasters, go-karts, bumper cars and so much more. Choose between suites, cabins and campgrounds for your family accommodations.

Other Water Park Hotel Destinations

While the Wisconsin Dells is the destination in Wisconsin for world-class waterpark hotels, you can find these unique accommodations in other cities too. 

In Lake Geneva, for instance, the Timber Ridge Lodge & Water Park has a 50,000 square-foot indoor/outdoor waterpark with a lazy river and 35-foot high waterslides. Each one or two-bedroom suite comes with a large kitchen and full-sized appliances. Depending on the suite you book, four or six water park passes come with your stay. You may purchase additional tickets. 

Over in Green Bay, the Tundra Lodge Resort & Waterpark is just a short walk to Lambeau Field where the Packers play. The 30,000 square-foot indoor/outdoor water park features tall water slides, a lazy river and an outdoor splash pad open seasonally.

Whether you’re looking to cool off in the summer or experience a bit of summer in the winter, Wisconsin’s waterpark hotels provide family fun all year round. 
 

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