A family vacation paradise
Posted Jul 2, 2016
I visited together with my wife and 2 daughters ages 8 and 6. From the moment we arrived until we left 2 days later, the children were doing a fun activity. The water park is wonderful. There are a range of water rides for kids of all ages including kids that are 40+ years old like me :-) We enjoyed the inner tube slides, the body slides, the lazy river, the wave pool, the hot springs, and the outdoor pool. The water is nice and warm in the indoor attractions. Though the water in the outdoor pool is a bit cold when you first get in, you quickly get used to it especially on a hot day.
Aside from the water rides, there are other activities that my daughters liked including a type of scavenger hunt game called "MagicQuest" (sp?). The game was included in a "Wolf Pass" which costs $100 per child. It includes all sorts of activites including bowling, mini-golf, zip-lining, and a few others along with things like custom-engraved leather bracelets and a "build-a-bear"-style stuffed animal that becomes part of another game that sends the kids scurrying around the hotel looking for clues.
We saved a lot of money by bringing a lot of food with us. Each room has a microwave and a fridge. We read up before going so we knew we would get better food and save money bringing our own. We went off -property for lunch in the Crossing Premium Outlet 5 minutes away. My wife liked taking a break from the craziness of the hotel to do some shopping.