No matter what the weather outside is doing, our resort at Great Wolf Lodge Williamsburg, VA, 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 bowling, arcade games, a ropes course, 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 Williamsburg resort for the ultimate family getaway.
The variety of dining options for kids and adults located throughout our Williamsburg 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 and more than 2,500 square feet of outdoor event space, our Williamsburg resort has your next special occasion covered with:
Once you're done having fun at the resort, take the time to explore Williamsburg.
The city is full of exciting things to do, from historical sites to more modern attractions like Busch Gardens Williamsburg, the Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum and 4D theater, and Water Country USA.
We also encourage visitors to take a drive or ride bikes down the 23 miles of the Colonial Parkway. The trail links Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown and provides plenty of places to stop along the way and sneak in a few family photos.
Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to know that Williamsburg contains a number of championship courses. The Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, along with the Plantation and River course located over at Kingsmill Resort, remain some of the most popular for players to visit. The property also contains tennis courts and a luxury spa.
You can also check out some other properties if you're looking for a more family-friendly golf destination, like the Holiday Inn Club Vacations Williamsburg Resort. The site contains an 18-hole miniature golf course for families to explore.
If you're planning to visit the area during the summer months, you can also check out some of the outdoor concerts hosted around town. You'll find live music playing across Williamsburg every Friday from April to October.
You have up to 7 days prior to arrival to cancel with a fee of 15% of your deposit. If you cancel 4-6 days prior to arrival, there will be a 30% fee, and 3 days or less of arrival, the deposit becomes non-refundable. Cancellation fees can vary by promotion and may be non-refundable at the time of booking.
Williamsburg is perhaps best known for its history The city was founded as the capital of the Virginia Colony back in 1699. The city soon grew into one of America's first planned cities, becoming a center of political, religious, economic, and social life in Virginia. Historical attractions like Colonial Williamsburg, the Historic Powhatan Resort, and Yorktown Battlefield continue to attract tourists to the city today.
There are plenty of things to do in Williamsburg without breaking the bank. While you do have to pay for tickets to enter buildings and participate in programs at Colonial Williamsburg, visitors can walk around the premises and observe the reenactors free of charge. Other free attractions include the Williamsburg Botanical Gardens, the U.S. Army Transportation Museum, Freedom Park, and the James River.
Williamsburg has been hailed as one of the safest cities in the United States. The community is rarely impacted by violent crime. Williamsburg only contains around 15,000 residents and remains a fairly tight-knit, community-focused city.