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The Water-Park Wonderland of the Wisconsin Dells

Joshua Lutz At 125,000 square feet, the African-themed Kalahari is the nation's largest indoor water park.

Photo: Joshua Lutz

The Wisconsin Dells, with 18 of our nation’s 71 indoor water-park resorts, is the Waterpark Capital of the World, a title the local Visitor & Convention Bureau felt compelled to trademark.

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Destinations: Wisconsin Dells

Inspired by: Great Indoor Water Parks | T+L Family — by Richard Panek, Published Nov. 2006

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    Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort

    With indoor-outdoor waterparks, golf, dining, and a spa to unwind in, this resort has it all in one facility—including groceries.


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    Circus World Museum

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    Ghost Out-Post Haunted House

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    Tommy Bartlett Exploratory

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    Great Wolf Lodge, Wisconsin

    Scale back a little at the 76,000-square-foot Great Wolf Lodge, where the “Fort Mackenzie” attraction is a don’t-miss, thanks to 12 levels of treeh

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    Kalahari Waterpark Resort

    Grab your suits and hit one of America’s largest indoor waterparks, the 125,000-square-foot park at Kalahari Resorts.


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