Cultivating relationship takes more than your mere presence. Being present is half the battle but being active, involved & engaged with your kids leaves a lasting and positive impact in their lives.
Below are places that have great activities for families. Your family will have a great time and will make lasting memories.
Nightly Story Time is the perfect ending to your fun-filled day at Great Wolf Lodge. Wear your favorite jammies and enjoy stories about your favorite Great Wolf Kid characters in our Grand Lobby.
Geysers and a zero-depth entry welcome you to a terrific territory for tykes and toddlers. The perfect water park splash for your kids, Cub Paw Pool offers tiny kiddie slides and rainbow-colored jet skis with water cannons on your way to the 18-inch “deep” end.
Bring your whole pack to play Howl at the Moon Glow Golf and enjoy an immersive black light experience that brings a nature-themed forest to vibrant life. Nine creatively designed holes will challenge and entertain players of all ages. A family favorite!
Start your engines and get ready for a hair-raising ride as you make your way around this track of hairpins and banked turns.
36 holes of golf that you are sure to enjoy! Choose from either the Memory Lane 18 hole course or the Arctic Adventure 18 hole course.
Enjoy a wild ride in motorized bumper boats on water. Try to avoid getting wet from fellow boater as they try to drench you with their water squirters or bump you into other boaters or even trap you near the water falls!
If you’re visiting before Memorial Day and after Labor Day, the Bumper Boats are still operating, just without the squirters turned on.
The Museum of Flight is home to over 150 air and spacecraft. Travel through time and space! The Museum of Flight is full of an incredible collection of aircraft, spacecraft, artifacts, galleries, exhibits, facts and stories that embody the past, present and future of flight.
On select weekends for a one-hour experience in the Aviation Learning Center and see if you have what it takes to become a pilot. Inspect a real Cirrus SR20 for safety, plot your course, and take off into the sky in flight simulators.
Follow the consequences of World War II through history’s greatest conflict. Ten fighter aircraft representing all the major combatants serve as guideposts for your interactive exploration of the men and women who designed, built and flew these planes in every theater of the war.