From waterparks and hiking trails to restaurants and shopping malls the Wisconsin Dells is a destination for everyone. This trip translates into a one-of-a-kind experience to renew and reconnect with the people that matter most.
Waterpark Capital of the World
The Wisconsin Dells is “The Waterpark Capital of the World®” for good reason having America’s largest outdoor water park (Noah’s Ark), the country’s largest indoor/outdoor combination waterpark (The Wilderness Resort) and the state’s largest indoor waterpark (Kalahari Resorts & Conventions). There’s plenty of waterpark fun for everyone. Coast along the lazy river, race a friend down the mats waterslide or speed down a favorite in a tube slide together. No matter what ride you try, you are sure to slide, splash and have a blast at these thrilling water resorts.
With over 19 campgrounds and nearly 3,200 campsites this is the perfect place for s’mores and a night spent under the stars. There are plenty of trails for hiking and water activities, rentals for kayaks, canoes, paddle boarding and more. Our favorite place to go for a hike is Witches Gulch, a stunning narrow canyon full of picsque moments.
Shopping and Dining
Wisconsin Dells is a popular place for shopping, too. The iconic Tanger Outlet Mall has over 40 stores to choose from. Once you build up an appetite try Pizza Pub, a Wisconsin Dells favorite. This restaurant has a daily lunch buffet of pizza, pasta and all-you-can-eat soup and salad. And this place is within walking distance from all of your favorite waterparks and sure to satisfy your hunger.
With plenty of activities along the way Wisconsin Dells is sure to translate to an exciting experience. It’s one worth the visit and will allow you to spend lots of memorable moments together.
We have plenty of places for children to laugh, play and ultimately be themselves. If you’re planning a family vacation, look no further. The Badger State is where kids can play, explore and discover, all while making unforgettable memories…
Bond over the campfire with ‘smores and ghost stories. Then, sleep under the stars and wake up to the sounds of a nearby babbling brook and critter chirpings. Spend a night or week camping out in nature in Wisconsin with the people you love…