Wild waterpark fun for families.
Wisconsin's Indoor Waterparks
Credit: Courtesy of Kalahari Resorts

The self-proclaimed waterpark capital of the world, Wisconsin Dells, in central Wisconsin, scoffs at weather forecasts. Eighteen indoor parks include some of the country’s largest, and draw more than two million people each year. Lots of restaurants, in and outside of the parks, accommodate families.

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 treehouse outfitted with suspension bridges and water games.

Kalahari Waterpark Resort

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

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.

House of Embers Grille

Come in for a hearty family-friendly meal like the famed hickory-smoked ribs and chocolate–peanut butter mousse.