Wisconsin Indoor Waterpark

Indoor Waterparks to Escape the Winter Weather in Wisconsin!

We all know that Winter in Wisconsin can be brutal…unless you’re one of the lovers of outdoor winter activities. But for those of us who aren’t a fan of the cold, we find any excuse we can to stay warm and not go outside. Luckily, Wisconsin is home to some great Indoor Waterpark Resorts where you can escape to a tropical environment without having to break the bank on travel! Check out our top indoor waterparks in the state below! 

Tundra Lodge Resort & Waterpark in Green Bay

Located on Lombardi Avenue and four blocks from Lambeau Field, Tundra Lodge & Waterpark is home to 30,000 square feet of indoor aquatic fun! With waterslides, Green Bay’s only lazy river, and 3-story slides, even the smallest swimmers will enjoy a winter getaway here!

Three Bears Resort in Warrens

Just off I-94 in Warrens, Three Bears Resort is home to Northwoods themed guest rooms, suites, villas, and a large indoor waterpark! Families can enjoy splashing, sliding, riding, surfing, chilling in the wave pool, or floating down the lazy river. The waterpark also features 2 hot tubs, with one being indoor/outdoor and connected by a swim-through tunnel.

Blue Harbor Resort & Spa in Sheboygan

Along the shores of Lake Michigan, Blue Harbor Resort is home to Breaker Bay Waterpark, a 65,000 square feet indoor entertainment area! This is the perfect place for kids and adults to play, slide, and relax. Blue Harbor recently debuted The Riptide, the only double surf simulator in eastern Wisconsin.

Chaos Water Park in Eau Claire

As part of Metropolis Resort & Conference Center, Chaos Water Park has speed slides, tube slides, a lazy river, and kiddo play areas! If relaxing is more your thing, soak yourself in the hot tub while thinking about the colder weather outside.

Grand Lodge Waterpark Resort in Rothschild

Up near Wausau, Grand Lodge Waterpark Resort offers a 50,000 square foot waterpark with slides, rides, and a lazy river for the whole family to enjoy. The little ones will enjoy splashing around and then grabbing something to eat at Smokey’s Grill, or playing for prizes in Blue Ox Arcade.

Timber Ridge Lodge in Lake Geneva

Explore the Tiny Timbers kiddie pool area, activity pool for teens, the Canyon River lazy river, or Timber Rapids & Avalanche Falls at Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark. There are slides, rides, and water attractions for the whole family to keep them entertained all day.  Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark is located at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa.

Wisconsin Dells Waterparks!

Wisconsin Dells is home to the highest concentration of Waterparks in the Midwest, each offering different excitement for all age levels. A few Waterparks in the Wisconsin Dells area include Wilderness Resort, Mt. Olympus Resort, Kalahari Resort, Great Wolf Lodge, Chula Vista Resort, Polynesian Resort, Wintergreen Resort, and Atlantis Family Waterpark Hotel.

There are many more hotels, resorts, and indoor waterparks, both big and small in Wisconsin to help splash away those winter blues. For more information on waterparks around Wisconsin, CLICK HERE!

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