Great Wolf Lodge To Open Its First Florida Location With All-New Design

Careening down slides, jumping over waves, floating down a lazy river, and getting drenched by a thousand gallons of water cascading from a giant tipping bucket are a few of the water-filled adventures families will discover at the all-new Great Wolf Lodge in Naples, Fl, opening this Fall.

Good news: Reservations are open now!

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Filled with slides, pools and water-play features for every age and thrill level, the indoor water park is widely known as the marquee attraction at every Great Wolf Lodge location. My kids have celebrated several birthdays here – always a favorite when they were younger!

The 92,000 square-foot indoor water park coming to South Florida will feature all the water park elements you’re accustomed to, but reflected in an all-new design thematic, filled with immersive and interactive storytelling elements.

As part of the next generation Great Wolf Lodge experience making its debut in Naples, the water park reflects the whimsical adventures encountered by the Great Wolf Pack.

The water park’s centerpiece attraction is Otter Cave Waterworks, a multilevel, interactive water play structure with intertwined “leaking” water pipes, spray jets, four twisting body slides and Great Wolf Lodge’s signature, 1,000-gallon tipping bucket.

In total, the indoor water park in Naples will feature 12 slides, three pools and two interactive water play zones.

Here are the deets:

  • NEW – Breakaway Bay: Making its Great Wolf Lodge debut, Breakaway Bay is an exhilarating family raft adventure that can accommodate up to 5 riders. You’ll quickly accelerate before being dropped into a cone shaped “tornado” where you’ll slosh up one side and down another before exiting into a 360-degree loop. Then you head down a long straightway before entering a giant bowl that will spin you around before free falling down into the splash channel. Whew!
  • High Paw Holler: A body slide filled with constant excitement and anticipation as riders surge through enclosed flumes, race along the outer wall of open-air saucers, and experience a few more twists and turns before splashing down into a water filled runout.
  • Forest Flume: This open flume body slide accelerates riders through 360 loops, high-banking turns, and quick acceleration drops to provide an exhilarating ride from top to bottom.
  • Rapid Racer: Riders can race side-by-side down a course featuring drops, chutes and serpentine curves. Adding to the excitement of this winding tube ride, there are two sections of the course with only a low wall separating riders to help spur that competitive racing spirit.
  • River Canyon Run: A rollicking family raft ride that sends up to five riders on a white-water adventure down one of the park’s longest slides. As you slide down, you’ll pass enchanted hieroglyphics, and with no steep drops, this a great slide for families to enjoy together.
  • Slap Tail Pond: A family favorite. The audio cue of a howling wolf brings this gigantic wave pool to life with waves reaching up to three feet in height. The active surf rolls through every five minutes, to the giggling delight of every child in the pool.
  • Crooked Creek: A reprieve from the more active attractions in the waterpark, guests can relax and float on tubes down this winding lazy river that encircles the Otter Cave Waterworks play structure.
  • Otter Springs: A special section of the waterpark designed exclusively for toddlers and younger guests. This play pool is filled with perfectly sized water slides featuring gentle slopes and tiny turns, making them the go-to attractions for the “under 42 inches” set.
  • Chinook Cove: Activity pool featuring basketball hoops, floating obstacles, and other actionoriented elements for children.
  • Big Foot Pass: Unique water obstacle challenge where kids and adults alike balance on floating logs and lily pads while traversing the pool. Cargo netting hangs down to help guests cross from one side to the other.

The resort will also feature a stunning outdoor ,zero-entry, pool and hot tub surrounded by luxurious outdoor cabanas so families can relax and enjoy the warm Florida weather.

An overnight stay at Great Wolf Lodge South Florida allows you the opportunity to enjoy two days of indoor water park fun – with access starting after 1pm on the day of check-in, and the ability to play in the water park until it closes on check-out day.

Standard rates start at $199.99 per night.

To celebrate the reveal of the water park details and the revised opening date, Great Wolf Lodge is offering up to 30% off using the promo code, GRAND.

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Great Wolf Lodge To Open Its First Florida Location With All-New Design