Wisconsin dells theme parks
Indoor Water Park.
Olympus was started by the Laskaris family. For the young ones, a four-story treehouse waterfort is irresistible. Email Mt. There are a few places where you could scream aboard roller coasters and find other rides, including one decent-sized park in the Dells.
Indoor Theme Park. They are listed alphabetically.
Great Wolf Lodge Great Wolf Lodge combines the rustic charm of a Northwoods lodge with the amenities you'd expect at a top-notch resort, with loads of dryland activities geared toward younger children too.
Of course, these handful of water parks are just the tip of the iceberg, so to speak.
So you choose - big, small, something in between, or all of the above. Water Activities: Outdoor Theme Park. Olympus acquired Treasure Island entirely from the Mattei family.
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Head to the resort's indoor water parks -- there are three of them, measuring a mammoth , square feet -- and there you'll find a range of rides that are family-pleasing. For wiser mortals, go-kart tracks will tempt with twists and turns through underwater tunnels and even into the belly of the Trojan horse. The addition of these properties gave the resort a total of over 1, rooms. The Bay Beach Train, which dates back to , takes passengers on a tour around the park. Olympus also featuring Hades - the world's first all wood coaster with a degree upside-down barrel roll and degree turn! Then this checklist is a must-read. But fear not: the outdoor water park also offers interactive pools for the young and an enchanting Endless River to refresh the weary. Little Amerricka Marshall You may think the folks that operate this small amusement park are spelling challenged. A close second in talk value is their Master Blaster uphill water roller coaster. Inside this 80, square-foot Aztec paradise, you can race each other on the Matador Mat Racers or hang out in Mount Montezuma's giant rain forest. They already asked to go back next year.. Indoor Water Park. Remember to Bring. The kids had a blast!
The family purchased several acres along the Wisconsin Dells Parkway, commonly known as the "Strip", and continued the park's expansion.
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