I'll be honest and say that it was on the spendy side ($190/night for their cheapest room - but that includes your admission to the water park), but I think it was worth it. They have a TON of activities for kids of all ages - the ginormous water park, an arcade, a craft room (both with free and pay for crafts), a spa for grown ups and another one for kids, an interactive magical quest game, story time, and seasonal activities (we went right before Halloween, so they had a trick or treat party and hayrides). Since the hotel is in the middle of nowhere, they definitely throw enough at you to keep you busy! Our kids loved the water park, as they had safe and fun options for all ages. We all loved the interactive game that took us on a scavenger hunt of sorts throughout the hotel. I loved that there was a good mix of free and pay for activities.
Here are a few pictures from the trip:
Emily trying to shoot water at Ava:
Ava water slides:
Emily doing her best seal pup impersonation:
Big girl in the water:
Mama and her babes:
Spending time in the craft room:
Checking our status during our interactive quest game:
One of the stops along our quest:
Thanks, Great Wolf! What a fun two days!