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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

The Waterpark Capital of the World: Wisconsin Dells in Wisconsin

Do you hate the scorching heat of the summer? Most people hang out to the mall to enjoy the cool air which is not bad at all. Yet, the best solution there is to beat the summer heat is to take a relaxing vacation to Wisconsin. Did you know that Wisconsin Dells is known as the Waterpark Capital of the World?
Great Wolf Lodge
Wisconsin Dells is the home for indoor and outdoor water parks located in the South Central Wisconsin. This is also the perfect getaway for a relaxing and a rejuvenating spa treatment as well as ski adventures too. Other attractions include boat tours, water ski, golf courses, horseback riding and many more. Activities here are endless and I am sure that your family will enjoy staying in any best wisconsin dells resort.
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Chula Vista Resort
There is something for everyone to enjoy both kids and adults alike. If you want a relaxing evening with this beautiful view by the lake, make a travel plan now. The most complete water park activities both indoors and outdoors is right here at Wisconsin Dells.
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Baker's Sunset Bay Resort
A popular travel destination in the Midwest where indoor waterparks offer the biggest and wildest water fun is none other than Wisconsin Dells. You should put this place on the top of your travel destination this summer. Now, take note of these amazing resorts and waterparks: Kalahari Resort Waterparks, Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Parks, Noah's Ark Waterpark and Temple of the Black Pearl at Polynesian Resort.

Why endure a scorching heat of summer when you can avoid it? Plan your summer vacation now.


  1. I would love to visit there. Looks like a lot of fun, but is so far my husband will protest.

  2. When I first went to college it was in Wisconsin-way up north near the Canadian border--IT WAS COLD!! I did spend a summer there and while it was nothing like a NY summer it was warm enough for me to freeze my butt off swimming in one of the Great Lakes (Lake Superior I think it was)--Wisconsin is beautiful!! If anyone has a chance-you really should vacation there. I doubt they had those water parks back then--but I am glad to hear that they are indoors!!

  3. how cool never seen an indoor water park before

  4. That looks like it would be so much fun! My son would love to go there.

  5. I learned something new today from your post. Waterparks are fun to visit especially with kids.

  6. This looks like a lot of FUN!! I would have never thought of Wisconsin as a water park capital but sure looks exciting!!

  7. what a gorgeous place to visit during summer.

  8. I always love outdoor and indoor waterparks; they are indeed a great destination for the whole family to enjoy! I never been to Wisconsin but will keep this water park in mind.

  9. I don't hate the scorching heat, but i hate the freezing snow. hehehe. I wish i could experience such outdoor/indoor water fun park. sounds exciting sliding in that water slide

  10. Great pictures! I;m actually looking into resorts in wisconsin dells to take my family, I think they would just have a blast with all the waterparks.


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