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Dive Into the Ultimate Family Vacation at Our New England Resort

No matter what the weather outside is doing, our resort at Great Wolf Boston / Fitchburg, MA, 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, 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

Great Wolf water park
Water Park
Discover the collection of slides, pools, and more that our indoor water park offers.
Great Wolf MagiQuest game
Keep the fun going on dry land with the various attractions in our adventure park.
Great Wolf activities
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 New England resort for the ultimate family getaway.

Resort Dining

The variety of dining options for kids and adults located throughout our New England 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 an outdoor lawn, our New England 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 in New England

Once you're done having fun at the resort, take some time to explore New England.

New England covers a lot of ground, so you'll have to plan ahead in terms of where you want to start! The region includes Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Maine, and Vermont. If you're not sure which state you want to visit first, start by exploring Massachusetts, home to our Great Wolf New England family resort.

Boston, located about an hour's drive from Great Wolf Lodge, is a great destination for family vacations. Travel experts have hailed it as one of the most kid-friendly cities in the country, with a variety of amenities, attractions, and activities to explore all year round. It's also the biggest city in New England. 

Here, you'll find boutique shops, world-class restaurants, and museums. The little ones will especially enjoy the famous Boston Children's Museum. There are a wealth of historical attractions in this area, as well, including the Freedom Trail, the Paul Revere House, and the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum.

Cape Cod, also located in Massachusetts, is another popular destination for families to explore. The coastal area is especially popular during the summer months. It features some of the best family resorts, dining experiences, and waterfront attractions in all of New England.

If you're looking for a place to stay, think about bringing the kids to the Sea Crest Beach Hotel. The family-friendly resort contains a four-season dining room, an indoor and outdoor pool, and access to a private beach area where the family can rent jet skis, paddleboards, and kayaks. Other popular places to stay in the area include the Chatham Bars Inn, the Bayside Resort Hotel, and the Cove at Yarmouth,

If you're looking for a more quaint place to visit, think about heading up the coast. New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine are home to some of the best New England scenery around. They are also home to some famous New England family resorts, including the North Conway Grand Hotel, Quimby Country, and the Nonantum Resort. Each vacation resort offers a variety of family amenities, making it a great place to plan your stay. These areas offer tons of family fun across all four seasons as well, including hiking, biking, skiing, and swimming.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I not miss in New England?

New England is home to some of the most beautiful seasonal landscapes in the country. Vermont, New Hampshire, and northern Massachusetts are best known for their foliage. Moving further into winter, you'll be happy to visit the many ski resorts Stowe and Killington Mountain in Vermont or Sugarloaf Mountain in New Hampshire. Other top destinations in New England include Boston's Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall, and the renowned Museum of Fine Arts.

What is there to do in New England in the summer?

New England is a great place to visit in the summer, with thousands of miles of coastline for families to enjoy. Coastal towns in Cape Cod like Chatham, Truro, and Wellfleet offer beautiful sandy beaches, amazing dunes, hiking trails, water sports, and more. Here, you'll also find unique dining opportunities. Stop by a local clam shack for a buttery lobster roll, a cup of New England clam chowder, steamers, and more! Other summer destinations include Massachusetts’ North Shore, Maine's Sebago Lake, and the Ocean House in Rhode Island.

Where should I go in New England?

New England covers a lot of territory, so it won't be easy to squeeze everything into one trip. Some of the most scenic areas include the Cape Cod National Seashore, Acadia National Park, and the White Mountains. Other popular places for tourists include Burlington, Vermont, and the UVM campus, the Salem Witch Museum, and Watch Hill, Rhode Island.