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Mount Olympus Wisconsin Dells


Mount Olympus Wisconsin Dells

Zeus' Outdoor Theme Park at Mount Olympus Wisconsin Dells features some great wooden coasters.

Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park


In 2005, the former Big Chief Karts & Coasters merged with the Treasure Island attractions, Family Land outdoor water park and Bay of Dreams indoor water park, to form Mt. Olympus. The "mega park" now boasts an impressive collection of wood coasters, outrageous go-kart tracks, and a huge assortment of water park rides. With its two indoor parks, it also offers weatherproof, year-round fun.

At Zeus' Outdoor Theme Park, the 160-foot tall Hades wood coaster features the world's longest underground tunnel (hence the name), an unusually steep drop, and speeds up to 70 mph. The go-karts, including Titan's Tower and Trojan Horse, incorporate elevated tracks and Greek mythology themes.

Medusa's Indoor Water Park is themed to resemble a Mayan jungle with original native artwork and stone sculptures. Of course, there are water slides as well--over 1,500 feet to be exact--and they twist and turn in the rafters and throughout the large complex. A cute pirate's ship in the center of the park serves as an interactive water play area.

While not as large as Noah's Ark, Neptune's Outdoor Water Park is nonetheless quite big and offers a good array of water slides and other water-filled attractions. Two wave pools offer plenty of surfing action. Triton's Fury and Triton's Rage are two family raft rides. The Demon's Droip and Dragon's Tail are two intense speed slides. Huck's Lagoon and Kiddie City offer watery activities for younger children.

The Mt. Olympus resort also includes two hotels, the Mythos Grill restaurant, and facilities for small conferences and meetings.


Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. The actual address is 1881 Wisconsin Dells Parkway.

Mount Olympus Wisconsin Dells Phone

Toll-free: 800-800-4997

Tickets and Admission Info:

Mount Olympus Wisconsin Dells includes four parks: Neptune's Outdoor Water Park, Zeus' Outdoor Theme Park, Medusa's Indoor Water Park, and Parthenon Indoor Theme Park. The outdoor parks are open during the warmer months. Tickets are good for all parks (all four, or the two indoor, depending on the season). Prices vary according to season. Discounted tickets are available online. Mount Olympus offers group rates (for groups of 15 or more).

Tickets are included in the price of on-property hotel rooms.


Mount Olympus offers two themed, on-property hotels: Hotel Rome and Mykonos Village. Tickets to the parks are included in the room rates of the on-property hotels. Mount Olympus hotels can be booked online.


The actual address is 1881 Wisconsin Dells Parkway.

From Chicago: I-90 W to Exit 87 towards Wisconsin Dells. Right on Hwy 12 to resort on the right.

From Minneapolis: I-94 E to Exit 87 towards Wisconsin Dells. Right on Hwy 12 to resort on the right.

From Milwaukee: I-94 W to Exit 87 towards Wisconsin Dells. Right on Hwy 12 to resort on the right.

Medusa's Indoor Water Park:

Indoor Water Park Square Footage: 55,000

Indoor Water Park Features: The medium-sized water park includes tube slides, body slides, kiddie slides, a water play area, hot tubs, and a lazy river.

Neptune's Outdoor Water Park at Mount Olympus

The large park includes a mat racing slide, family raft ride, body slides, tube slides, speed slide, wave pool, kiddie area, lazy river, and bumper boats.

Zeus' Outdoor Theme Park:

The medium-sized park includes a great collection of wooden coasters and go-kart tracks. Highlights are Hades, a highly regarded roller coasters with lots of underground tunnels, and Poseidon's Go-Karts, which sends riders careening on an underground track. A modest collection of other rides round out the park, but the focus is on the coasters and the go-karts.

Parthenon Indoor Theme Park at Mount Olympus

The indoor park is relatively small, but it does offer year-round amusement rides, including a mini coaster, go-karts, and bumper cars, regardless of the weather.

New at the Park

For 2013 The wooden coaster, Hades, will be reborn as Hades 360 and will be the world's first all-wooden tracked coaster to deliver inversions.

For 2012
Lost City of Atlantis
The outdoor water park will introduce an enormous water station with multiple water slides, a family raft ride, a bowl slide, and more.

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