Wisconsin Tourism: Indoor Waterpark Resort or Camping?

Posted by Paige Curtis on September 30, 2014 – 11:40 am

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Would you rather spend a weekend at an indoor waterpark resort or rough it camping in northern Wisconsin?

140909-week-4-300Ryan Taylor #82 – Rough it camping in northern Wisconsin.

Scott Tolzien #16 – Indoor waterpark. My family vacations were always to Noah’s Ark in the Dells.

Tramon Williams #38 – Indoor. I’ve never been camping.

Jared Abbrederis #84 – Rough it camping for sure. I just like being outside and enjoying nature. Wisconsin has a lot to offer, especially by our cabin in Price County.

Bryan Bulaga #75 – I’d have to go with the indoor waterpark because who doesn’t love a good waterpark?

Jarrett Bush #24 – Indoor waterpark. I’m not much of a camper and I’m not prepared for those elements.

140909-week-4-300-2Dust off your tent, lace up your hiking boots and gather up the kids for a camping adventure you won’t soon forget! Wisconsin’s county parks are some of the best places to relax and have fun. Whether you enjoy fishing, hiking, biking or sightseeing (the list could go on forever), each county park offers something unique for the whole family. More of an indoors person? Indoor waterparks continue to grow in popularity throughout the country and Wisconsin is leading the way. You’ve probably heard of Wisconsin Dells, the Waterpark Capital of the World, but here are a few other hot spots to head to:

– The Metropolis Resort in Eau Claire, one of the premier destinations for fun in western Wisconsin.

– Located just 4 blocks from Lambeau Field, the Tundra Lodge Resort & Waterpark is the largest indoor waterpark in northeast Wisconsin.

– Timber Ridge Resort in Lake Geneva is home to Moose Mountain Falls, a 50,000-square-foot indoor waterpark boasting 35-foot-high “Timber Rapids” and “Avalanche Falls” waterslides that land you in a heated pool.

With so many great waterparks to choose from, you really can’t go wrong in Wisconsin.

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