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WhiteWater West provided two new slides as well as an GWL blends


together tried and true family favourites with several updated attractions and amenities.


interactive play structure for the waterpark. Raft slide Double Whirlwind takes guests through two back-to-back vortexes before splashing into the landing pool, while River Canyon Run is an immersive 476 foot long (145m) family raft ride. Slap Tail Pond, a wave pool, and Raccoon Lagoon, an outdoor plunge pool with cabana seating area, complete the line up.


Adventure Park and children’s activities The Great Wolf Adventure Park houses several attractions, including the Rustic Ridge Rock Wall and the Howlers Peak Ropes Course, where guests embark on an invigorating, multi-level climbing challenge. They can also search for keepsake gemstones at the brand’s exclusive mining


experience, Oliver’s Mining Co., bowl a strike at Ten Paw Alley, challenge the family to a match at Howl in One Miniature Golf Course, or explore a variety of games at the Northern Lights Arcade. MagiQuest is the brand’s exclusive live-action adventure game where players follow clues and use interactive magic wands to discover relics and runes needed to defeat a fierce dragon. Daily children’s activities include Yoga Tails; evening Story Time by the fireplace, and meet and greets with favorite Great Wolf Kids characters. The new Northwoods Friends Show is an animated


projection show filled with fun, upbeat sing-along songs, which uses projection mapping technology on a moving, three-dimensional multiplane surface to create an immersive environment that draws children into the world of the Great Wolf Kids characters.





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