The Great Wolf lodge Indoor park is only available with a nights stay. We paid $210 for one night, the cheapest room. But the room was very nice. It included using the water park from 1 PM the day of arrival to 8 PM the day of departure. The room is from 4PM to 11 AM. Since they have lockers ($10) we figured that was not a problem. We drove 6 hours to get there and stayed the second night in a nearby hotel.
We took our 4 and 8 yr old grandsons. The area was 84 degrees which is nice and warm while dry. The air is very dry and felt colder. Our grandsons only lasted 2 1?2 hrs the first day and one hour the next morning. Not worth the money...at all. They were cold. And the wave pool, which was their favorite hurt their feet. The 4 year old was freezing and the 8 year old couldn't walk the next day. It was fun for them a very short while. They enjoyed the wave pool, pool and kiddie pool. The 8 yr old went down one of the slides once and went with grandma and grandpa once each on a ride with a rubber boat(Canyon Run)
Except for Story Time, Great Clock Tower show, and Cub Club hour, activities are an extra charge. And we did not know about the Cub Club. It is difficult to get any prices for all the extra activities so I don't know to tell you.
This would be more suited for adults or teenagers unless you want to spend most of your time and money on the extra activities.
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