Travel Guide to Wisconsin Dells

Guide to Wisconsin Dells

In Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, the deer, red fox, coyote and wild turkey roam freely. Majestic pines tower above 1,000 acres of pristine woodland beauty. Nestled beneath the canopy of trees is a Midwest paradise that sizzles in the winter and invites you to take part in cool summer activities. Spring blooms with fun-filled outdoor excitement and the colorful hues of changing leaves provide unmatched beauty come autumn. It is here that Christmas Mountain Village waits for your exploration. Here, it’s always the right time of year to vacation. And if you’ve decided to make this your next vacations destination, you won’t be at a loss for things to see and do. From water parks to Army Duck rides and restaurants, there are plenty of attractions.

Travel Guide to Wisconsin Dells

Go Two by Two Down the Tubes

Wisconsin Dells WaterparkNoah’s Ark is the largest water park in the United States, home to 49 water rides, two wave pools, endless rivers and the monstrous Black Anaconda Water Roller Coaster. You’ll also want to ride the Scorpion’s Tail—America’s first nearly vertical water slide loop, a 400 foot-, 10-story slide at more than 50 feet per second. If you’re looking to get thrown for a loop, the Time Warp will do just that. Step into the portal of the World’s Largest Bowl Ride and slide off into a new dimension of fun on a four-person raft. Or if the fear of the unknown gets your adrenaline pumping, venture into the Bermuda Triangle. Go down the tube slides on a double-rider raft because there are so many winding turns there’s no telling what you’ll encounter. One thing’s for sure, it’s going to be exciting.

Mountainous Excitement

When it comes to delivering extreme thrills, Mt. Olympus® Water and Theme Park rises to the occasion in mythological proportions. Plummet down the tracks of Hades straight into the darkness of the world’s longest underground roller coaster tunnel. Keep one eye open, or shut them both aboard the Cyclops. This coaster drops you 75 feet and meanders 1,680 feet  through Zeus’ Playground. You’ll find more epic adventures at Medusa’s Indoor Water Park. Slither down the tubes of the wet and wild Anaconda into a jungle pool flowing through the mouth of the Mayan Raging River. If you consider yourself but a mere mortal, the Parthenon Indoor Theme Park is home to more casual excitement like go-karts and Tea Cups.

Wisconsin Dells WaterparkCall of the Wild

Kalahari® is another exciting all-weather water park. Experience the Master Blaster, the first-ever uphill water coaster, and the FlowRider®, a surf simulator. The attractions also include a six-story, glass-enclosed Ferris wheel, bowling lanes, a mini-golf course, go-kart tracks and a rock wall. Weather permitting, other outdoor attractions include the Swahili Swirl and Anaconda slides as well as the Splashdown Safari interactive play area. In all, more than 20 Wisconsin Dells water parks are available to make a splash landing during your Bluegreen vacation. All you have to do is choose your experience and decide how wet you want to get.

Waddle Through the Dells

The Original Wisconsin Ducks®, one of the most popular Wisconsin Dells attractions for generations, take you on one-hour tours with splashdowns into the Wisconsin River and Lake Delton. These land-and-water vehicles, originally created for the Army during World War II, will take you past twisting sandstone cliffs and spectacular rock formations for which the city Wisconsin Dells is named.

Great Golf fore Sure

Spring and summer are ideal times for vacations in the Dells—especially for golf outings. Tee it up on two Christmas Mountain Village™ on-site courses: The Oaks and The Pines. The Oaks offers 18 holes that takes you through the beautiful Wisconsin countryside. The Pines is a unique nine-hole course with plenty of scenic beauty. Just a short drive from the resort is Wild Rock Golf Club, a layout that incorporates quarries, boulder streams and constant elevation changes.

Wisconsin Dells Nature WalkWhen in Wisconsin…

Wisconsin is famous for cheese—and Mulligan’s Bar N’ Grill at Christmas Mountain Village offers an assortment any Wisconsinite would love. Oh, and don’t forget the Brats. And when it’s time to relax and retreat, the cozy cabins, cottages, villas and townhomes of Christmas Mountain Village provide all the comfort you need to feel at home.

We hope these suggestions make your vacation experience in Wisconsin Dells more enjoyable.