Bear Track Landing Waterpark, formerly Spirit Island and referred to as Wiley's Waterpark at newer locations, is an attraction found at all Great Wolf Lodge locations. It is the main attraction of the entire resort and is an important part of Great Wolf Lodge's overall identity. It has contributed greatly to the success of the Great Wolf Lodge brand since the first resort's opening in 1997.
Description of WaterparkEdit
What it hasEdit
Great Wolf Lodge is perhaps best known for their indoor waterparks which are always 84 degrees Fahrenheit (28 degrees Celsius) year round. There are lot of things to do in the waterpark. Most locations have a wave pool called Slap Tail Pond, a lazy river called Crooked Creek, interactive water play area called Fort Mackenzie and of course the tipping bucket. They also have an outdoor pool called Raccoon Lagoon as well as Big Foot Pass. There is also a family whirlpool and sometimes an "adults-only" one as well.
Types of SlidesEdit
Each location has a variety of different water slides to choose from depending on the size of the indoor waterpark itself. Most locations have Totem Towers, Alberta Falls and the Coyote Cannon. Some have their own unique slides including the Howlin' Tornado, The Double Barrel Drop, The Triple Twist, Hydro Plunge, and Wolf Tail to name a few.
Dining & ShoppingEdit
The waterpark has one place to shop at called Bear Essentials Swim Shop. Here, you can find swimwear and other related goods. It is usually located next to the entrance into the park but most newer locations have the shop serve as the entrance into Bear Track Landing Waterpark.
Bear Track Landing Waterpark has cabanas which can be rented out starting at around $249.99. The waterpark also offers towels and lifejackets for those to use.