Great Wolf Lodge Pocono Mountains
Great Wolf Lodge Pocono Mountains
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Great Wolf Lodge Pocono Mountains Description
CONTENT PROVIDED BY GREAT WOLF LODGE This large, all-suites resort offers the best of both worlds; kid pleasing outdoor-themed places to sleep at night (choose from wolf-den, tent, or log-cabin themes) and plenty of waterpark action to keep them happy all day. Kids of all ages gather each night in the Grand Lobby for the Great Clock Tower show and Nightly Story Time. Teens can opt to finish the night in gr8_space. This digital scene for teens features computers with teen-conscious Internet access, docking stations for mp3 players, as well as multiple gaming stations.
Learning is included. Sign the kids up for a Wolf Walk. Lead by staff members, kids learn about real-life habitats and behaviors of forest animals (including the wolf).
Cub Club. Kids who want to take a break from all the excitement can grab a parent and head to this indoor space custom-made for arts and crafts. Sessions with instructors range in price, but supplies are always on hand for kids who just want to let their creativity flow.
Guests-only access. Only guests of the resort have access to the waterpark, which tempts little ones year-round with perfectly heated water, 11 slides, six pools (including a wave pool) and a giant waterfort. Zero-depth entry pools are perfect for little wanders, and roller coaster slides are ideal for teens. Towels are provided, but don't forget sunscreen for the outdoor section.
Well-equipped rooms. Dozens of different Northwoods-themed suites available. Choose from a fireplace, a loft or a whirlpool some even come with their own cabin, kamp or den. All rooms have mini-fridges, microwaves, and coffee makers.
Extras. Elements Spa Salon is a full service Aveda concept spa. Teens are catered to with Ice-cream themed manicures and pedicures at Scooops Kid Spa.
Outdoor Adventures. The fun continues outside the waterpark with an outdoor recreation pool and restaurant.
Dining. Fine dining is fun dining with everything from poolside snacks to themed restaurants that feel like you're dining under the stars.
Just the Facts
Fees: Rates are typically $199 and up, and vary by location. The Great Wolf Lodge family of resorts offers locations in Concord, N.C. ; Grand Mound, WA; Grapevine, TX; Kansas City, KS; Mason OH; Niagara Falls, Canada; Pocono Mountains, PA; Sandusky, OH; Traverse City, MI; Williamsburg, VA; and Wisconsin Dells, WI. For specific information for each locale, visit the Great Wolf Lodge Web site. Not all amenities are available at all locations.
Reviews of Great Wolf Lodge Pocono Mountains
By mrswingert July 18, 2009 | Son: Age 7, Daughter: Age 14
What we loved:
What we didn't love:
Many hidden extras.
BEWARE. Many hidden extras. I wish I knew of all the extras I was slapped with before we checked in. They have a Quest Game at the resort at all resort locations called Magi Quest. Yes, it is a great game for kids to play. You purchase a Magi Wand and get a Quest guide. They have tons of interactive pictures, sculptures,monitors and rooms. What upset me is that the game is on three levels of the Resort. You must pass through the interactive game to reach any room in the resort noway to avoid it. I love to go away with my family and when we travel we dont have problem spending a little more for added fun. Since I didnt know about the game and we couldnt avoid it. We played. 1 wand is $15., wand topper like a character or pretty thing $15. then just to activate the wand another $11. that is over $40 for one wand and game. I had 3 kids with me yes they could have shared but they didnt want to I dont blame them therefore 40x3=$120. for a game. Plus they have many,many more extras, Build-A-Bear$$,Decorate a pillow or T-shirt $$, arcade $, a whole room for crafts$$ and a spa for kids$$$$$$. Read More