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Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort

Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort

Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort

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The Wilderness Resort is America's Largest Waterpark Resort with 4 indoor and 4 outdoor waterparks totaling more than 12 football fields of water fun! The Resort is also home to Sundara Spa one of the top spas in the United States and Wild Rock Golf Club which was designed by Hurdzan and Fry. 

Water Activities:

Guests at any Wilderness property (Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort, Wilderness on the Lake or Glacier Canyon Lodge) have access to 4 indoor and 4 outdoor waterparks as well as a variety of attractions which are spread out between all three properties located on the Wilderness Territory in Wisconsin Dells. A convenient resort shuttle and water taxi service takes guests wherever they want to go on the Territory. Plus, all Wilderness waterparks are exclusively for guests so you don’t have to worry about overcrowding! 

Indoor Waterparks:

Located at Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort, the Wild West Waterpark spans 70,000 sq. ft. and features:     

  • Wild West Bumper Boats
  • The Black Hole thrill slide
  • The Fantastic Voyage, the Dells' only 5-person raft ride
  • Ransack Ridge, a four-story interactive play feature
  • Four speed slides and indoor/outdoor hot spas
  • Indoor/outdoor hot spa

Located at Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort, Klondike Kavern Waterpark spans over 65,000 sq. ft. and features:  

  • Two slideboarding rides with combine a video game with waterslides that drops five stories
  • The Hurricane thrill slide, the Dells tallest indoor 4-person raft ride
  • A lazy river
  • Indoor/outdoor hot spa
  • Bonanza Bluff play feature with 50 play & spray features, a 750-gallon tipping bucket, a 20 foot body slide and a 4 foot side by side children's slide.
  • A body slide

Located at Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort, the Wild WaterDome Waterpark, spans 70,000 square feet and features: 

  • A see-through roof which allows UV rays to permeate through it so you can tan indoors year-round
  • Margarita’s adults-only swim-up bar
  • The Great Wave, the country’s largest indoor wave pool
  • The Dueling Mammoths family raft ride
  • A zero-depth play lagoon for the smaller ones
  • 9 cave-themed private cabanas available for rent.

Located at Wilderness on the Lake on the Wilderness Territory, Cubby's Cove Waterpark encompasses 35,000 square feet and features:

  • Interactive multi-level aquatic kids play structure complete with play and spray features as well as two smaller body slides that are perfect for introducing toddlers and young children to waterparks.
  • Indoor/outdoor hot spas
  • Water basketball pool

Outdoor Waterparks:

  • Located at Glacier Canyon Lodge on the Wilderness Territory, Lost World Waterpark, spans 3.2 acres and features:
  • Lunar Loop and Cosmic Drop extreme thrill slides
  • Halley’s Comet Racers
  • The Lost World Adventure River
  • A swimming pool with a lily pad bridge
  • A Dinosaur-themed play ‘n spray structure
  • Water basketball pool
  • Outdoor spa
  • A WildKid’s Club activity area
  • 15 private cabanas available for rent

Located at Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort, Lake Wilderness Waterpark spans over 40,000 square feet and features:

  • An Island Pool with built-in lounging ridge
  • Rafter’s Rage Tube Slide
  • Rafter’s Rage Body Slide
  • Lil’ Chutes: Two body slides
  • A lap pool
  • A children’s wading pool
  • 9 private poolside cabanas available for rent 

Located at Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort, New Frontier Waterpark spans over 95,000 square feet and features:

  • Prospector's Creek lazy river
  • Gold Rush Tube Slide
  • Timber Falls Body Slide
  • Bear Foot Island Sprayground
  • Toddler's Cove, zero-depth play area Two activity pools
  • Margarita’s adults only, indoor/outdoor swim-up bar
  • Over an acre of deck space with lounge chairs and tables so you can relax while the kids play

Located at Wilderness on the Lake on the Wilderness Territory, Cubby's Cove Waterpark spans 15,000 square feet and features:

  • An Infinity pool with vanishing edge that overlooks Lake Delton
  • The Watering Hole, a small zero-depth play and spray area
  • Scenic views of Lake Delton
  • Private sandy beach

In addition to its amazing waterparks, The Resort also features these fun attractions:

  • Wilderness Canyon Zip Line Tour*
  • Timberland Play Park
  • Northern Lights Indoor Ropes Course*
  • OK Corral Lazer Tag*
  • Marshall Training Lazer Maze*
  • Room Escapes by D.O.A. -Three Escape Options to Choose From*
  • CYvrSPACE Virtual Reality Arena*
  • Polka Dot Pots Paint Your Own Pottery*
  • Wild Abyss Indoor Mini Golf*
  • Jurassic Outdoor Mini Golf*
  • Wilderwoods Indoor and Lost World Outdoor Go-Karts*
  • The Woods 9-hole Executive Golf Course*
  • WildKids Club
  • Horse Drawn Wagon Rides
  • Wilderland Park
  • Nature and Strolling Path

*Please note these attractions are not included with your stay and require an additional fee to participate.

Convention Overview
55,000+ sq ft of meeting & convention space, Glacier Canyon Lodge is the facility for every event. Experienced staff, state of the art facilities, mouthwatering cuisine, Wi-Fi, post-function on-site amenities will make your attendees feel special.
Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort Convention Amenities
  • Audio Visual On-Site
  • Catering On-Site
  • Food Service Adjacent
  • Food Service On-Site
  • Golf Course Venue
  • Hotel / Resort
  • Internet – Complimentary Meeting Room
  • Outdoor Venue
  • Waterpark - Indoor
  • Waterpark - Outdoor
Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort Rooms and Facilities
Room NameDimensionsSquare FeetCeiling HeightTheatre NumberClassroom NumberBanquet NumberConference Number
Glacier Room A-D Each18.9x2848714'50303212
Glacier Room A-D All75x28191814'20010212850
Wilderness Room 1 or 4 Each42.9x38160618'1509010036
Wilderness Room 2 or 5 Each41.9x38150818'1509010036
Wilderness Room 3 or 6 Each34.4x47129217'80306424
Wilderness Room 1-6 All118.9x76881218'8445555000
Lake Delton Board Room16.6x3153911'00012
Sandstone Room 157.6x40.6245116'26616520052
Sandstone Room 2 or 7 Each74.8x40.6318816'3002002500
Sandstone Room 343x40.6184016'20012315048
Sandstone Room 4, 5 or 6 Each19.2x40.681416'88546018
Sandstone Room 8 or 9 Each21.6x40.690616'100607020
Sandstone Room 1-9 All175.4x80.214,82316'161199912000
Tundra Room A-F Each23.3x2967816'72455016
Tundra Room A-F All137.4x29406816'4442763300
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2014-04-08I went with my BFF and her family and it was the best I can't even try to explain and we are going back this summer and I'm so lucky to be going!
2014-03-19 We went to Wilderness for spring break with our daughter a couple of years ago. She loved it! There is so much to do besides the waterparks and slides. The dining options are great, too. The rooms were very clean and the staff was very helpful. The lifeguards were great as well. My daughter slipped and scraped her leg at one of the pools. The lifeguard saw her, went right over and cleaned the cut and put on a band-aid the walked her over to us. We are going back this year. My husband and I are almost excited as she is. This a great place to go. It is indoors and warm even during the coldest days of a Wisconsin winter.
-TiffanyLake Zurich,IL
2013-11-03If you think Disney world is worth it then go to the wilderness territory man this place rocks its so cool and nicely themed. I love the wild water dome and the ruling mammoths and I also like the haunted hotel it creepy yet fun and I'm going in three weeks for my sister bday can't wait I recommend this place if you like Disneyland or world
2013-03-23The Wilderness is the best waterpark in the Dells. They have awesome water attractions. The hurricane is the best waterslide. The wild water dome is awesome. The sun coming in while riding the waves in the huge wave pool. They have great waterslides the wilderness express, fantastic voyage, hurricane, black hole, body slides and more. The hot tubs are awesome in the winter you can still go outside and swim. It's perfect for all ages. If you wanna go out of the water there are so many activities. Ropes coarse, 3-D mini gold coarses, arcades, and if you have a sweet tooth goody goody gum drop is candy heaven. They have all kinds of candy anything you can imagine! They have some great resturaunts . There is so much to do. We went for my bday a few months ago and my family is going again this week for spring break. We are all so excited.

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chula-vista-indoor-water-park-wi-dellsChula Vista Resort

Perched on the bluffs towering above the Wisconsin River, this resort has undergone a magical transformation over the past few years. New condos, golf course villas, an upscale steakhouse and an incredibly themed indoor water park -- Lost Rios. Inside this 80,000 square-foot Aztec paradise, you can race each other on the Matador Mat Racers or hang out in Mount Montezuma's giant rain forest. Not to be missed is the Flyan Myan Zip Coaster, the world's fastest and longest indoor water roller coaster.



great-wolf-indoor-waterparks-wi-dellsGreat Wolf Lodge

Great Wolf Lodge combines the rustic charm of a Northwoods lodge with the amenities you'd expect at a top-notch resort, with loads of dryland activities geared toward younger children too. Head to the resort's indoor water parks -- there are three of them, measuring a mammoth 100,000 square feet -- and there you'll find a range of rides that are family-pleasing. For the older kids and daredevil adults, the Howlin Tornado, a six-story high extreme tube ride, is the centerpiece. For the young ones, a four-story treehouse waterfort is irresistible.



kalahari-wisconsin-dells-indoor-waterparksKalahari Waterpark Resort Convention Center

This resort is distinguished by its authentic African art, a live animal exhibit with tiger cubs and baby kangaroos, and some of the largest freestanding condominiums in the area that include five bedrooms, four bathrooms, billiard room and theater room. But it's the indoor surf machine known as the FlowRider® that has made this place famous. Stand-up surf or boogie board on this ride, with 50,000 gallons of water flowing under you each minute to create a five-foot ocean-like wave. A close second in talk value is their Master Blaster uphill water roller coaster. This indoor water park comes in at a whopping 125,000 square feet.



wilderness-resort-wi-dells-indoor-water-parksWilderness Hotel & Golf Resort

Bigger is better here, no doubt about it. The Wilderness Resort is America's largest indoor/outdoor combination water park resort, with three massive indoor water parks totaling 250,000 square feet and another three outdoor to match. Guests tan year-round in the Wild WaterDome with its see-through roof, when they're not in family-raft racing rides or bobbing in the country's largest indoor wave pool that is. Klondike Kavern is famous for its lazy river and Hurricane water raft ride. Wild West Waterpark is fun for all ages and features the Fantastic Voyage family raft ride.



mt-olympus-indoor-water-parksMt. Olympus Water & Theme Parks

While this hotel and theme park complex has a decidedly Greek theme going, the indoor water park draws on an eclectic mix of imagery to get the fun started. Towering tube slides named for killer snakes like Cobra, Diamondback, Anaconda and Boa; a Mayan raging river; a pirate ship complete with tattered sails, tunnels and water slides for the little ones; and a jungle water walk are the most popular attractions here.

Of course, these handful of water parks are just the tip of the iceberg, so to speak. The nice thing about Wisconsin Dells is that, if you prefer cozier surroundings in a water park, they've got that too. So you choose - big, small, something in between, or all of the above.


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Wisconsin Dells Rituals

wisconsin-dells-tours-17Ride a DUCK

See the Dells in amusing style. The banter of the drivers is good clean comedy, and the scenery on land and water is a sight to behold, up close and personal.




wisconsin-dells-fudge-17Eat fudge

Let Dells homemade fudge melt in your mouth. Buy a caramel apple, dipped multiple times for good measure, for midnight snacking.





tommy-bartlett-show-wisconsin-dellsSee the Tommy Bartlett Show

Honestly, the Tommy Bartlett Show is synonymous with Wisconsin Dells and is one of the most fun Wisconsin Dells attractions. Remember, don't try all those tricks at home. Leave it to the professionals.




wisconsin-dells-attractions-17Take up mini-golfing and go-karting in the Dells

In addition to being the "The Waterpark Capital of the World!®", the Dells is also considered the country's mini-golf and go-kart capital.






Jump in the water

Could be at one of the many Wisconsin Dells water parks, a lake, a motel or a campground. Just make certain to get wet before you leave.


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New Document2009-10-01Sure, the waterslides here can be plenty scary, what with precipitous drops of hundreds of feet at near vertical angles. But in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, "The Waterpark Capital of the World!®", there are some other equally scary things going on, from ghost sightings to haunted river tours, all juicy adventures leading in to Halloween 2009.Read More
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Stories of Apparitions In The Dells

Every town has its tales of ghosts, some the product of overactive teenage imaginations, but some just plain difficult to dismiss. Take the historic Showboat Saloon, a 100-year-old wedge-shaped building located at 24 Broadway in downtown Wisconsin Dells, that's long been regarded as haunted. Employees tell stories of the ghost of a past resident, believed to be named Molly, who haunts the upstairs kitchen, opening and closing doors and fiddling with appliances. She's non-threatening, but her appearances have understandably spooked staff, including kitchen manager Dave Pugh, who once lived upstairs. As he tells it, "It was eight years ago, early morning and I heard the door open and close and then felt someone tickling the bottom of my feet. When I opened my eyes, no one was there." Current owner of Showboat Saloon, Jesse DeFosse, says he no longer allows people to live upstairs because "too many strange things were happening." The bar area has apparently seen some supernatural activity too, with stories of human forms in turn-of-the-century clothing materializing in mirrors, sometimes appearing to be walking along the bar toward the exit door. Some say a strange voice has been heard numerous times near the stage area. In the cellar, unusual cold spots are apparent and employees have been known to experience feelings of nausea and sudden anxiety in this area. One little disclaimer - the sightings seem to happen after 3 a.m.

Others in the community say the ghost of riverboat captain Leroy Gates haunts the waters of the Wisconsin River. More than 150 years ago, visitors first came to the Dells for up-close tours of the craggy sandstone cliffs that tower over the river. One of those first entrepreneurs to see the sightseeing potential in the waterway was lumber rafter Leroy Gates. In 1856, he took out an ad declaring he had purchased a boat for the purpose of touring occult caves of the Dells. Gates met his death on September 8, 1895, but not before he carved in the sandstone bluffs an inscription that would preserve his place in Dells history forever: "Leroy Gates, Dells & River Pilot, from 1849 to 1858."

Then there's Belle Boyd, famous Confederate spy who spent her final days in Wisconsin Dells. As the story goes, Boyd, who hailed from Virginia, bravely aided Confederate generals, using her flirtatious charms to get information from a Union general's aide, even setting out on horseback that same night to personally deliver her findings. By the end of the war, she traveled the country to present dramatic narratives of her spying adventures. On June 9, 1900, she arrived in Wisconsin Dells to give a speech to veterans of the Union Army. Two days later, at the age of 56, she suffered a fatal heart attack. Her gravesite in the Wisconsin Dells' Spring Hill Cemetery was completed with stones from each of the Confederate states. Some claim her ghost wanders the paths of the cemetery yet today.

Apparently there is also a ghost haunting Highway 12 between Lake Delton and Baraboo. The man, dressed in a green jacket and seemingly transparent, is said to be hitchhiking, disappearing and then reappearing out of nowhere farther down the road. Drive carefully!

Wisconsin Dells Haunts - Showboat Saloon

More Dells Ghost Lore

The demise of two hotels, both burned to the ground, show up in haunted tales of Wisconsin Dells. The Crandall Hotel, a popular vacation spot in the late 1800s for travelers who got off at the downtown train station across the street, was run by George Humphrey Crandall. Crandall was lauded for his efforts to preserve the natural beauty of the area and was also owner of the Dells Boat Company. The hotel burned down in 1974, but, as folklore has it, ghosts of hotel guests still roam the grounds where the hotel once stood on the 800 block of River Road.

The infamous Dell House was built in 1837, just beyond a harrowing bend in the Wisconsin River called the Narrows, at the southern tip of Black Hawk's Island. The story goes this was not a "classy establishment," but rather a place that catered to the basic needs of rough river men who came there - food, a place to sleep, bad whiskey, gambling and women. Fights were not uncommon, and some unlucky patrons were rumored to have found their final resting place on the muddy bottom of the nearby Wisconsin River. The days of river traffic came and went and the Dell House was abandoned. Tourists brave enough to camp near the site spread tales of mysterious sounds like pounding footsteps, cursing and breaking glass and shadowy figures slipping past the trees. The building burned to the ground in 1899, with the ruins engulfed by the surrounding forest.

The Ghost Town of Newport

On the Wisconsin River just over a mile from the current city of Wisconsin Dells, the village of Newport sprung up in 1853, as several thousand settled here after hearing the Milwaukee and La Crosse Railroad would cross the river at this spot. When the bridge and dam ended up being located a mile upstream after an alleged secret moonlight survey, Newport became a virtual ghost town in favor of Kilbourn City, known today as Wisconsin Dells. Only Dawn Manor, a grand mansion built in 1855 by Captain Abraham Vanderpoel, signer of the Wisconsin Constitution, remains as a reminder of Newport. The building now houses the art collection of George Raab, one of Wisconsin's famous artists.

Modern Day Halloween In The Dells - Scary But Fun

Area businesses are getting into the fun (or should we say fright) of Halloween this year with some new offerings. Dells Boat Tours is bringing visitors the first-ever "Ghost Boat Tours" of the Wisconsin River. This 90-minute cruise runs every Friday and Saturday in October and departs at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. from the Dells Boat Tour's Drinker Dock on River Road just two blocks north of Broadway in downtown Wisconsin Dells. The Ghost Boat will wind its way to Witches Gulch where passengers will disembark and sneak along the narrow boardwalk as it winds deep into the darkened gorge. The tour will also take passengers past the spot where the Dell House once stood, with the tour script drawing from both the history and folklore of the area. This after-dark tour is not recommended for children under the age of 11.

The Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort opens its new haunted Tombstone Town Haunted Hotel & Livery on October 10. Located off a lobby area, visitors can explore the town's spooky saloon, a ghostly guest room, creepy attic and haunted jail. There's also a maddening mine shaft mirror maze. The attraction open exclusively to resort guests.

Chula Vista Resort, set along the Upper Dells of the Wisconsin River shoreline, is featuring "Spooktober" every weekend in October with performances by illusionist Jeremy Allen and a Monster Mash Halloween night.

Less than a half hour from Wisconsin Dells in nearby Mauston, Red Ridge Ranch Riding Stable will have haunted hayrides and a haunted corn maze Friday and Saturday nights from dusk to 10 p.m. beginning October 2 and running through the end of the month. Their web site cautions guests to beware "the headless horseman rides again."

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Here are six sweet Wisconsin Dells waterparks that set the gold standard:

noahs-ark-water-park-wisconsin-dells-40Noah's Ark Waterpark

This is the undisputed granddaddy of them all. At 70 acres, Noah's Ark is America's largest outdoor water park.  The park is known for launching waterslide innovations, like the country’s first looping waterslide, Scorpion’s Tail.  Their Black Anaconda watercoaster – a combo waterslide and roller coaster - is a full quarter-mile long.




kalahari-wisconsin-dells-water-parksKalahari Resort Waterparks

The Kalahari made its mark in the water park world when it debuted its indoor surf ride, the "Flowrider®," which uses 50,000 gallons of water per minute to create a five-foot ocean-like wave. They also introduced the country’s first indoor water roller coaster, the Master Blaster. The Kalahari, with its authentic African theme, is Wisconsin’s largest indoor water park.


wilderness-wisconsin-dells-water-parksWilderness Hotel & Golf Resort

This is the country's largest indoor/outdoor water park combination, with four indoor and four outdoor water parks that total nearly 500,000 square feet or the equivalent of more than 12 football fields. One of their indoor water parks is under a high-tech dome that allows tropical plants to thrive and people to tan even in the winter.




Chula Vista ResortChula Vista Resort

There's no such thing as too much water at Chula Vista Resort. Look one direction, and there's the meandering Wisconsin River. Look the other way, and there's an outdoor wave pool with sand beach, a full outdoor water park, and a multi-level indoor water park that houses the country’s fastest indoor water coaster, the Flyan Myan.




Great Wolf LodgeGreat Wolf Lodge

A multi-story indoor water park complement by an outdoor water park complex easily put this resort in our list of Top Six. Much of Great Wolf Lodge has an "ultimate kids' camp" feel to it with lots of water rides and activities for the younger set. For the more adventurous, the Howlin’ Tornado funnel ride is a must try.




Mt. Olympus Water and Theme ParksMt. Olympus Water & Theme Parks

An outdoor surf pool with nine-foot waves and sandy beach…need we say more?! No, but we will. Mt. Olympus has some rad racing slides too - six side-by-side racers that are 350-feet in length. Indoors, the tube slides are towering and the endless river raging.


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Families with Toddlers: Vacation Now Before School Lets Out

Wisconsin Dells has been known as a family-friendly vacation destination for more than a few generations, and this includes activities perfect for the littlest members of the family too. If you have children under the age of five, here are a few suggestions on where to stay and where to play.

Where to Stay Great Wolf Lodge is ideal for families with little ones, both the accommodations and the waterpark. Wilderness Resort, Chula Vista Resort, Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park, and Kalahari Resorts & Conventions made toddler-friendly play areas a priority too. Baker’s Sunset Bay Resort on Lake Delton is a classic with modern amenities. Lots of mid-size resorts with water playgrounds too, like Atlantis Waterpark Hotel & Suites, Alakai Hotel & Suites, Meadowbrook Resort, and Grand Marquis Waterpark Hotel & Suites. Spring Brook Resort offers easy vacationing in their rental homes and condos. If you like to camp, Sherwood Forest Camping & RV Park is a sure choice, with a toddler-friendly splash pad.

Families with Toddlers: Vacation Now Before School Lets Out

Where to See Animals Timbavati Wildlife Park has behind-the-scenes tours where the children can get up-close with the exotic animals. At Wisconsin Deer Park, they can feed the gentle deer. Don’t forget about the ducks, as in a scenic tour of the Wisconsin River aboard an amphibious DUCK land-to-water vehicle. Circus World, a national historic treasure in nearby Baraboo, has different shows daily under the Big Top.

Families with Toddlers: Vacation Now Before School Lets Out

Where to Eat Meals are delivered by miniature train at Buffalo Phil’s Pizza & Grille. MACS - Macaroni and Cheese Shop has two locations, with gourmet mac and cheese offerings for mom and dad too.  For breakfast, Mr. Pancake is a tradition, as is Paul Bunyan’s Northwoods Cook Shanty.

Stroller Friendly The Scenic River Walk downtown is stroller friendly and the views are stunning. Great for family selfies.

Families with Toddlers: Vacation Now Before School Lets Out

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