Have you been wanting to visit Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound, WA but the prices have been too expensive? I hear you. My family has been wanting to visit as well, but we just haven’t been able to make it happen. With summer vacation coming up finding a deal on this lodge is perfect timing.
For $219 a night
What You Get
- Stay for six in a Wolf Den or KidKamp suite, stay for seven in a KidCabin suite, or stay for eight in a Grand Bear suite
- Daily water park wristbands for each guest
- $25 resort credit per night
- Dates into July
Property at a Glance: Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound
The heart and soul of Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound is its more than 56,000-square-foot indoor water park. Splashy rides such as the Howlin’ Tornado—an enclosed water slide that shoots you through a six-story funnel—and a zero-depth-entry wave pool with 3-foot swells surround the park’s iconic hub: a four-story treehouse with a 1,000-gallon tipping bucket. Younger kids, meanwhile, will have a blast on the water slides and gentle spray features of Whooping Hollow and Cub Paw Pool. All of these will be joined by an outdoor water park, set to open in early summer this year.
The water park, which hovers around 84 degrees all year long, isn’t the resort’s only family-friendly activity. You’ll also find an arcade with more than 100 games, glow mini golf at Howl at the Moon, and more.
If you are not familiar with Washington state there are some other places to visit while vacationing at Great Wolf Lodge, you can head to Seattle for the space Needle, head to one of the beaches nearby, and you’ve got to see the Seattle market. Here’s a great article of best places to visit in Seattle, WA