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Water park was great and kids really enjoyed it, But, everywhere else was very cold. Even staff was complaining about how cold it was inside..
Food is very expensive. When I asked about it the answer was, it's a resort what do you expect?
This is the second time staying at GWL. Our first experience was great, but this one (9/8-9/9) was disgusting. Our hotel room had nasty brown spots on the pull out couch mattress, our toilet made terrible swishing sounds after every flush for a good 3-4...More
This review is for the many people who ask which water park to go to. I haven't been to Kalahari yet, so can't weigh in on that, but I will give our experience here VS. Camel Beach. We went to GWL for one night. 2...More
I went in with a low expectation but left ready to come back in the near future. As a father i felt my kids were always safe and the staff is very attentive in the park. Enjoyed the breakfast VERY much.
Love the room, the view, it was clean, beds were so comfortable and we slept pretty good. I totally recommend everyone to experience and stay at great wolf lodge awesome service from every part of hotel. It's a friendly and happy place 😊
Terrible experience. Had to call the front desk three times after arriving in our room. Room was to be large enough for 7 people, 2 adults and 5 teenagers. It was not. Waterpark is not for teenagers, more for little children. We paid extra to...More
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We decided not to bother with it because our girls wanted to spend their time in the water park rather than doing what basically boils down to a scavenger hunt. The wands are pretty pricey ($20) too, especially if yours are... More
We decided not to bother with it because our girls wanted to spend their time in the water park rather than doing what basically boils down to a scavenger hunt. The wands are pretty pricey ($20) too, especially if yours are like mine and each kid would want their own. And then of course there are accessories for the wand that are also pricey ($25), you could spend a bundle in a hurry.