No matter what the weather outside is doing, our resort at Great Wolf Minneapolis / Bloomington, MN, 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 climbing wall, arcade games, bowling, 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.
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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 Minneapolis resort for the ultimate family getaway.
The variety of dining options for kids and adults located throughout our Minneapolis 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.
Great Wolf Lodge is available to host private events of all types. With multiple flexible rooms, our Minneapolis resort has your next special occasion covered with:
Once you're done having fun at the resort, take some time to explore Minnesota.
Visitors come from all over the place to enjoy this popular vacation destination. The Brainerd Lakes region is just under two hours away from the lodge and provides visitors with tons of entertainment options. You can enjoy a number of outdoor activities including cross country skiing, snowmobiling, or snowshoeing.
You can also head over to Mount Ski Gull for some downhill skiing or tubing. Or, stop by one of the many lakes for some ice fishing. Of course, you can always take it easy and relax by the fire at your cozy cabin. There's truly something for everyone in Minnesota!
Some of the state's most popular lakeside resorts include Ludlow's Island Resort, Lost Lake Lodge, and Chase on the Lake resort. These destinations offer exciting water activities during the summer months, like paddle-boarding, kayaking, and jet-skiing. Travelers can even take canoe trips or rent fishing boats to explore the area even further.
The best part? All three resorts are pet-friendly! Of course, if you prefer the mountains, you can always enjoy a trip to Eagle Ridge Resort or the Bull Hill Ski Resort instead.
Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to hear that Minnesota is home to several championship golf courses located around the state. Some of the top golfing destinations include the Quarry at Giants Ridge, Wilderness at Fortune Bay, and Breezy Point Resort and Golf Course.
Those who prefer more private arrangements for family vacations can book a stay at one of Minnesota's wilderness resort villas. These lakeside properties provide a quiet way to enjoy water sports, cross-country skiing, and and even ice fishing during a trip to the twin cities.
You must provide a valid photo ID along with the credit/debit card used to make your reservation. The remaining balance of room rates, packages, taxes, and fees will be collected at the time of check-in. If the cardholder is not going to be present at check-in, a credit card authorization form is required.
Minnesota is known as the "Land of 10,000 Lakes." The state is actually home to over 14,000 in total and is situated on the north shore of Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes. Other notable bodies include Sylvan Lake, Leech Lake, Gull Lake, and the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes.
Minnesota is home to some incredible natural attractions. Most of them are open to tourists free of charge. Families can explore Gunflint Trail around Lake Superior. There are no towns along the route, but side roads lead to family vacation resorts, campgrounds, canoe outfitters, and dock space. Other free things to do include the famous Paul & Babe statues, the Franconia Sculpture Park, and the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center.