Wisconsin Attractions





Wisconsin attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.


Storybook Gardens

Storybook Gardens is a small family amusement park in Wisconsin Dells that is open May through September. It is aimed at children less than ten years of age and features several fairytale exhibits scattered throughout a beautifully landscaped garden setting.

Children can meet some of their favorite storybook characters, as well as take ride on the carousel and small train. Admission to Storybook Gardens also includes the adjacent Timbavati Wildlife Park, which features several exotic animal exhibits, camel rides and a petting zoo.

For more information on this Wisconsin amusement park, please contact:

Storybook Gardens
1500 Wisconsin Dells Parkway
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
608-253-2391
www.storybookgardens.net



Sun Prairie Family Aquatic Center

Sun Prairie Family Aquatic Center is a small municipal water park that is open May through September. Attractions include a zero-entry family pool with lap lanes, diving area and two large slides. Children's play areas include water umbrellas, fountains, two kiddie slides and water basketball area. It also features a sand playground and volleyball court.

For more information on this Wisconsin water park, please contact:

Sun Prairie Family Aquatic Center
920 Linnerud Drive
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
608-837-7433
www.cityofsunprairie.com



Temple of the Black Pearl Indoor Waterpark
Polynesian Resort Hotel & Suites

Temple of the Black Pearl is a 38,000 square-foot indoor water park located within the Polynesian Resort Hotel & Suites in Wisconsin Dells. The park is open year round and includes a lazy river and a slide tower with two slides.

Children’s attractions include the "Kiki Kids Paradise" kiddie pool as well as the "Water Factory" play pool with climbing structure, slides and interactive water features. Kids will also enjoy playing basketball at the "Aloha Pavilion" activity pool.

The resort also features a seasonal 4-acre outdoor water park that includes a lazy river, two slides and a sports activity pool. Children's play areas include a creature walk, toddler pool with submarine and a play pool with pirate ship slides.

For more information on this Wisconsin water park, please contact:

Temple of the Black Pearl Indoor Waterpark
Polynesian Resort Hotel & Suites
857 N Frontage Road
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
608-254-2883
www.dellspolynesian.com



Timber Ridge Lodge Indoor Waterpark

Timber Ridge Lodge in Lake Geneva offers Moose Mountain Falls, a 50,000 square-foot indoor/outdoor water park. The indoor portion is open year round and includes a lazy river, two whirlpools, family activity pool and two large slides. Kids will enjoy the interactive water features of the splash pool. The outdoor portion is open May through September and features a whirlpool, family activity pool and children's play pool.

For more information on this Wisconsin water park, please contact:

Timber Ridge Lodge Indoor Waterpark
7020 Grand Geneva Way
Lake Geneva, WI 53147
866-636-4502
www.timberridgeresort.com



Tundra Lodge Resort & Waterpark

Tundra Lodge Resort in Green Bay offers a 30,000 square- foot indoor water park that is open year round. The park includes an indoor/outdoor hot tub, lazy "Elk Island River" and a leisure pool with the "Alaskan Pipeline" and "Polar Plunge" slides.

Children’s play areas include the zero-entry kiddie pool as well as the "Moosejaw Mountain" interactive water play fort with slides, pipe falls, bubblers and tipping bucket. Kids will also enjoy the log walk or playing volleyball and basketball at the sports activity pool.

For more information on this Wisconsin water park, please contact:

Tundra Lodge Resort & Waterpark
865 Lombardi Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54304
920-405-8700
www.tundralodge.com



Wilderness Resort Waterparks

The Wilderness Resort in Wisconsin Dells is the nation's largest water park resort and features four resort properties and six water parks. It also offers the Dodge 'Em City amusement area which features a climbing wall, Northern Lights Arcade and the four-story foam ball playground, Timberland Playhouse, complete with blasters, slides, tunnels and a toddler soft play area.

The indoor parks are open year round and are listed below:

Klondike Kavern is a 65,000 square-foot indoor water park that includes the "Bonanza Brook" lazy river and the "Sulfur Springs" indoor/outdoor pool with a body slide and two tube slides. Other attractions include the "Bonanza Bluff" children's play area with multi-level interactive fort with slides, waterfalls and tipping bucket.

Wild WaterDome is a 70,000 square-foot indoor water park that includes the "Great Wave" wave pool/leisure pool and the "Dueling Mammoths" family raft racers.

Wild West is a 72,000 square-foot indoor water park that features the "Surge" wave pool, four speed slides, "Black Hole" bowl slide and "Fantastic Voyage" raft ride. Children’s play areas include the four-story play fort, "Ransack Ridge", with slides, pipe falls, water cannons and tipping bucket.

The outdoor water parks are open May through September and are listed below:

Lake Wilderness is a 40,000 square-foot outdoor park that features a lap pool, splash pool, six slides and indoor/outdoor spa. Children's play areas include an interactive wading pool with slides, water creatures and fountains, along with a family activity pool with lily pad walk.

Lost World outdoor water park features a dinosaur theme and includes the "Lost World Adventure River", "Halley's Comet" racers and the "Dino Play" children's play pool.

New Frontier outdoor water park is an 110,000 square-foot facility that features three leisure pools, "Prospector's Creek" lazy river and two slides that include the four-story "Gold Rush" tube slide. Children's attractions include the slides and bubblers of "Toddler Cove" kiddie pool and "Bear Foot Island" interactive water sprayground,

For more information on these Wisconsin water parks, please contact:

Wilderness Resort Waterparks
511 E Adams Street
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
608-253-9729
www.wildernessresort.com







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