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Dive Into the Ultimate Family Vacation at Our Grand Mound Resort

No matter what the weather outside is doing, our resort at Great Wolf Grand Mound, WA, keeps the indoor water park fun flowing 365 days per year. Splash, swim, and slide with the whole family, then dry off and head into our adventure park to delight in dry-land attractions such as a ropes course, arcade games, mini golf, our immersive MagiQuest adventure game, and more. Kids will love the assortment of entertainment included in your stay—from yoga and arts & crafts projects to a dance party and story time that wrap up the day—and be sure to keep your camera handy for a photo op with the Great Wolf Kids characters who have been known to roam around the resort.

Whether you're planning a special occasion or just need a quick escape, our Great Wolf Lodge resort provides top-notch service that creates memories of a lifetime.


Resort Amenities

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Water Park
Discover the collection of slides, pools, and more that our indoor water park offers.
girl in wolf ears and boy in wizard hat raise their wands to play MagiQuest game
Attractions
Keep the fun going on dry land with the various attractions in our adventure park.
Dad and daughter run and play surrounded by other families sitting
Entertainment
Enjoy a variety of interactive events that are included in your stay at the resort.

Guest Rooms, Suites & Accommodations

Our luxurious suites are spacious and inviting, providing the perfect respite after a day of play.

We have accommodations for groups small or large with special features like patios, sleeper sofas, themed sleeping areas, and/or accessible bathrooms, so you can customize your stay to fit your family's needs.

Room amenities such as a coffeemaker, a mini fridge, internet access, and HDTVs are standard, ensuring you have everything you need at our Grand Mound resort for the ultimate family getaway.


Resort Dining

The variety of dining options for kids and adults located throughout our Grand Mound resort can cater to any appetite: enjoy a family meal of shareable plates, pizza fresh from the oven, a casual poolside picnic, and more.

Parents will appreciate our coffee and bar outlets for when it's time to fuel up or unwind, and there are sweet treats to grab and go whenever the craving strikes.

The Great Wolf Lodge mobile app offers contactless food ordering so you can plan ahead and have your food ready for pick-up exactly when you want it.




Events & Meetings

Great Wolf Lodge is available to host private events of all types. With multiple flexible rooms and more than 15,000 square feet of outdoor event space, our Grand Mound resort has your next special occasion covered with:

  • Adaptable event spaces for birthdays, weddings, cocktail receptions, conferences, meetings, and more
  • A personalized program for groups of any size
  • Dedicated blocks of suites with easy payment options
  • Separate event parking and entrance
  • Full-service customizable catering
  • Fully integrated A/V and technology options


Things To Do Near Grand Mound, WA

Once you're done having fun at the resort, take some time to explore Washington. The Pacific Northwest is known for its beautiful coastline, mountain views, and delicious food. There are plenty of places to travel within the state, but you can start exploring the area around the resort with a trip to downtown Grand Mound.

The location may be home to just over 2,000 residents, but it boasts plenty of things to do. You’ll find a number of historical markers around town depicting townswomen’s successful attempt to vote and the iconic Oregon Trail. 

You can enjoy more time on the coast with a trip to the famous San Juan Island. The destination is known for its herds of alpacas, lavender fields, art galleries, and water recreation activities. Other coast destinations located around this patch of the Pacific Northwest include the city of Ocean Shores, Long Beach, and Westport, WA. These areas are known for their scenic views, local eateries, and kid-friendly resorts.

If you're more interested in urban getaways, make your way over to any one of the major cities including Seattle, Spokane, or Tacoma. Each contains a downtown area full of restaurants, nightclubs, shopping centers, and live entertainment.

The state is also home to some of the country's most beautiful freshwater lakes. These areas offer tons of water activities for the kids to enjoy. Swimming, kayaking, and paddleboard rentals are all available to visitors during the summer season.

The cities also provide plenty of family activities to explore. Seattle's famous Riverfront Park contains a skating park, carousel, pavilion, sky ride, and tons of other things to do.

Washington is also known for its beautiful resorts, so start planning your next family vacation to the Pacific Northwest today!

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the water park hours at the Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound, WA?

For water park hours during your stay, please view our Indoor Water Park page. You can arrive as early as 1:00 pm on the day of your arrival to access the water park before room check-in at 4:00 pm.

How much is a water park day pass at the Great Wolf lodge in Grand Mound?

You can enjoy all of the water slides and pools at the water park at Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mound with a Day Pass. Half Day Passes start at $40 per person and Full Day Passes start at $50 per person. Passes are free for children ages 2 and under.

How far is Great Wolf Lodge from Portland?

The Great Wolf Lodge water park resort in Grand Mound, WA, is located about an hour and a half north of Portland, OR.

How far is Great Wolf Lodge from Seattle?

The Great Wolf Lodge water park resort in Grand Mound, WA, is located less than an hour from Seattle, WA.

Is the water park safe?

We employ hundreds of lifeguards who have extensive training in monitoring pools and operating rides. We also contract with a company that independently audits lifeguard performance and vigilance. We would like to remind parents that although we have award-winning lifeguards, they are not a substitute for responsible parental supervision. Always keep your child within arm's reach, and if your child is in the water, you should be, too.

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