Nightly Story Time is the perfect ending to your fun filled day at Great Wolf Lodge. Wear your pajamas and enjoy favorite bedtime stories by the fireplace in the Grand Lobby. Stay afterwards and snap a photo with Wiley or Violet while you give them a high-paw.
Come and explore with us! Wolf Walk is a nature hike where kids and families learn to howl together. Take a morning walk around our Grand Lobby and learn about the many animals of the Northwoods. Everyone will enjoy making a souvenir origami wolf!
Don't miss the Great Clock Tower friends as they come to life in the Grand Lobby!
Show Times: 10:00 a.m., 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
Asked by kelly from Woodbridge on 1/22/2011
My family has never been, but we are planning a trip to Great Wolf Lodge in April on my teenager's spring break. I know there are tons of things for the teens to do but I'm wondering will there be other things besides the pool to occupy my 2-year-old?
Christine H. from Woodbridge, VA
Asked by Susan from Washington on 10/8/2009
We have never been to Great Wolf Lodge, and will soon be visiting for less than one day. What are the "must-dos" for our eight-year-old daughter at the Williamsburg Lodge? She is a tomboy and loves animals and water.
Alicia D. from Portsmouth, VA
Join us at the Great Clock Tower in the lobby for Story Time every night following the “Rhythm of Nature” Clock Tower show. Our younger guests often like to wear their pajamas and slippers while listening to bedtime stories read by one of our Pack Members. Check the Lodge Life activity guide that you received at check in or ask a Pack Member for details.