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Waterpark - Resorts and Lodges in Minnesota
For those families who are looking to enjoy a wet and fun-filled family getaway without heading to a waterpark, Minnesota has some options available. Arrowwood Resort and Conference Center and two Holiday Inn Express locations (Elk River and Brainerd/Baxter) feature great attractions like water slides, hot tubs, heated swimming pools and more. And, if you are looking for other waterpark options, Wisconsin is Minnesota’s neighbor to the East and features the Waterpark Capital of the World: Wisconsin Dells.
Your kids will love Three Bear Waterpark featuring The Big Splash, a 1,000-gallon splash bucket. You'll also find two 300-foot slides, an activity pool, lazy river, and tot slides for the younger children. Parents will enjoy the gigantic hot tubs and water park food bar. A lifeguard is always on duty!
The 38,000-square foot Big Splash indoor waterpark at Arrowwood features twisting, turning four-story slides, geysers and water blasters! Head to the "Calypso Cabana" and get doused by a 500-gallon splash bucket. Or, relax a bit and try the lazy river floating inner tube ride or tropical whirlpool spa.
The 30,000 square-foot Wild Woods Water Park at the Holiday Inn Minneapolis NW Elk River evokes the ambiance of an old river town. Plunge down one of the amazing four-story waterslides, including two tube slides and one body slide, or circle the Prospector's Pan before you make a splash. Passes are included with each guest room.
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