Great Wolf Lodge said Thursday it is accepting reservations for its first Georgia resort, which is scheduled to open May 31 in LaGrange.
As part of its grand opening celebration, Great Wolf Lodge will provide a howling discount of up to 30 percent off standard rates for stays through December 2018. Guests must book by Jan. 31 through the website or by calling 1-888-960-WOLF (9653) and using the promo code, “GRAND.”
An overnight stay at Great Wolf Lodge Georgia includes two days of play at the giant indoor water park. Standard rates start at $199.99 per night at the park, located at 150 Tom Hall Parkway.
“We’re another step closer to opening Great Wolf Lodge Georgia, a resort that will bring joy to families across the Southeast with our unique brand of year-round family entertainment,” says Keith Furnas, the resort’s general manager said in a statement. “From our signature indoor water park, to a wide variety of family-friendly attractions and activities all under one roof, Great Wolf Lodge Georgia is the perfect getaway for families looking to make lifetime memories together.”
Great Wolf Lodge Georgia is part of a popular water park resort line with locations in several states.
It will 457 guest suites and nearly 500,000 square feet of entertainment space and lodging amenities.
The centerpiece of the resort will be the nearly 100,000 square foot indoor water park. With signature Great Wolf Lodge water rides and attractions including Fort Mackenzie, a multi-level interactive water fort treehouse with a massive tipping bucket, high thrill water slides, a relaxing lazy river, a huge wave pool, and several zero depth entry pools and kid water play areas, the new resort will feature water fun for everyone.
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Great Wolf Lodge Georgia will debut with an exclusive, adult-only oasis adjacent to the outdoor pool, complete with relaxing chaise lounge chairs and a private hot tub for parents to enjoy.
Featured attractions include the 40,000-square-foot Great Wolf Adventure Park, a full service family entertainment center featuring the Howlers Peak Ropes Course, Howl In One Miniature Golf Course, Ten Paw Alley family bowling, Northern Lights Arcade, and Rustic Ridge, a multi-story rock wall.
MaqiQuest, the brand’s exclusive live-action adventure game where guests scour the resort using magic wands to uncover relics and runes needed to defeat dragons and goblins.
If you think bedtime means the end of activities, think again.
There will be a nightly Story Time in the lobby.
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