When families vacation in Wisconsin Dells, believe us when we say they work hard to squeeze every minute of fun out of their getaway. And that often includes hitting activities and Wisconsin Dells attractions after dark.
Stroll downtown Wisconsin Dells on a summer evening and you’ll find families ducking into fudge and candy shops for a late night treat, then lingering on benches to let the chocolate-y goodness melt in their mouths. Stores up and down Broadway keep their lights on so shoppers can pick up a Dells hoodie or a new swim suit to debut the next day at one of the many Wisconsin Dells water parks. And there’s nothing like mini-golfing in the Dells under the lights at places like Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf, Timber Falls Adventure Park. Or, plan on a keepsake photo from Old Abe’s Old Time Portraits or Professor Porter’s Old Time Portraits.
What’s a classic night of fun without a drive-in movie? Yes, there’s still such a thing in the Dells - at the Big Sky Twin Drive-In Theater. Haunted houses seem to be scarier after dark, which makes the Ghost Out-Post Haunted House a family favorite when the moon comes out.
There’s evening entertainment for those who prefer late night over matinee, like the Tommy Bartlett Show of water skiers on Lake Delton and the Rick Wilcox Magic Theater magic show.
The Dells' indoor amusement parks keep their lights on late for visitors as well. Topping the list of family favorite Wisconsin Dells attractions are businesses like the massive Kalahari Indoor Theme Park, the laser bowling mecca known as Knuckleheads Bowling & Indoor Amusement Park and the Downtown Dells Wild Fun Zone.
So forget curfews when you’re in Wisconsin Dells. And don’t bother with a wake-up call the next morning either. After all, you’re on vacation.