Very costly for a family of 4 in an average room. Food was not good, but expensive. Although the water is great still not worth the money. If you wanted a magic wand it also cost extra. Every acitvity costs extra. We probably spent close to $700 for the night including the room, snacks, dinner, and breakfast.
Overall, my kids (6 and 9) really enjoyed themselves - and to be honest, we two adults did too. The water slides are a lot of fun. It was super crowded, but that is to be expected on a Spring break weekend. My only issue with the waterpark is the amount of trash - there were items along the sides... 更多
So the nice things were the cleanliness of the entire place, including rooms, bathrooms, etc. Beds were comfortable and room sizes were big! The water park is kept clean (didn't love the random eating around the park) and there are lifeguards all over who seem really nice. There are slides for all children, the wave pool is very appropriate for... 更多
Great Wolf Lodge - as the name indicates is full of wolves - money licking wolves. Given that fair warning, let me break down some of the areas and give it my grades. 1. Front Desk - Grade D minus. There are only 2 people in the front desk during much of the day, and regardless of how many people... 更多
I just got back from spending two days and three nights at the Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark. The place is beautiful and the water park is big. However, I was charge over $300.00 per night for a room that was so small that the sink was in the sleeping area instead of the bathroom. I felt as if I was... 更多
My family of four (kids, ages 3 and 6) stayed one night, arriving on a Monday and leaving on a Tuesday, and staying in the Bear Majestic Suite. From the minute we walked in, the kids were in awe of everything. There is so much going on, and the atmosphere is so laid back and conducive to the energy of... 更多