The Great Wolf Lodge Washington offers the same kind of indoor water park fun as the chain's other highly themed resorts in Wisconsin Dells, Sandusky, Ohio, and elsewhere. In addition to the water park attractions, the Great Wolf Lodge features a huge arcade with redemption games, on-site restaurants, a fitness center, an Aveda Concept Spa to pamper and help get the wrinkles out of waterlogged guests, and a huge conference center.
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Other non-watery things to do at the Great Wolf Lodge include a MagiQuest interactive attraction. The extra-charge experience immerses players in a high-tech, multi-player fantasy environment that is somewhat like walking into a video game. The resort also offers a Cub Club activity center for younger children and a Gr8 Space club for older children. For tween girls, there's a Scooops (sic) Kid Spa that offers pedicures and other treatments.
The kid-friendly accommodations include 317 all-suite guest rooms. The property is a joint venture between Great Wolf Resorts and The Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation. With locations primarily in the Midwest, the Great Wolf Lodges feature a Northwoods theme. The Washington property marks the chain's first resort located in the Pacific Northwest.
On the Chehalis Reservation in Grand Mound, Washington
Indoor Entertainment Area Square Footage:
This includes the indoor water park, arcade, spa, and fitness center.
Wter park admission is included in the room rate and is open to registered hotel guests only.
The Great Wolf Lodge Chehalis Reservation is located in Grand Mound at Exit 88 off I-5, about midway between Portland and Seattle.
Indoor Water Park Features:
Tube slides, body slides, kiddie slides, a lazy river, a wave pool, a funnel ride, whirlpool spas, and Great Wolf's signature interactive play structure with tipping bucket.
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