Great Wolf Lodge welcomes guests back to its massive indoor waterpark and resort, but with all the precautions a 2020 group trip entails. Get the family and friends together for a group celebration — all while taking advantage of Great Wolf Lodge’s new Own the Park! offer.
The exclusive buyout allows groups to get together with their chosen pod — an unexpected 2020 travel trend, but honestly, kind of a nice way to relax and catch up — to be treated like VIPs.
Enjoy exclusive use of the resort’s indoor water park after regular operating hours, along with plenty of private access, including full range of the park’s countless waterslides, lazy river runs, line-free body surfing in the wave pool and other water sports.
The Own the Park package is kid-friendly and available at several Great Wolf Lodge locations, including Poconos Mountains, Pennsylvania; Grapevine, Texas; Williamsburg, Virginia; Atlanta/La Grange, Georgia; Colorado Springs, Colorado; and Scottsdale/Talking Stick, Arizona — all regions with great outdoor adventure activities if you want to take a longer trip. Break up your stay and enjoy a few days at the resort with a group and a few days out and about, seeing the local sites and hiking trails.
The package begins at $10,000 and includes overnight accommodations for up to 10 Family Suites, each sleeping five guests and boasting stocked, in-suite fridges. The package also includes a welcome gift in each suite; exclusive water park access for 2.5 hours after-hours (safely surveilled by Great Wolf’s lifeguards); and private breakfast the next morning.
Guests will also enjoy access to a refreshment station while at the park, and a variety of complimentary amenities and services, including seasonal programs, crafts, yoga, story time for kids and daily water park access for everyone.
Choose your location and read more about the buyout package here.
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