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Wolf Rider Wipeout

  • A girl balances on a bodyboard on Wolf Rider Wipeout at Great Wolf Lodge indoor water park and resort.
  • A girl balances on a bodyboard on Wolf Rider Wipeout at Great Wolf Lodge indoor water park and resort.
  • A boy balances on a bodyboard on Wolf Rider Wipeout at Great Wolf Lodge indoor water park and resort.
  • A girl balances on a bodyboard on Wolf Rider Wipeout at Great Wolf Lodge indoor water park and resort.
  • A girl balances on a bodyboard on Wolf Rider Wipeout at Great Wolf Lodge indoor water park and resort.
  • A boy balances on a bodyboard on Wolf Rider Wipeout at Great Wolf Lodge indoor water park and resort.

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This Indoor Surf Simulator Is Waves Of Fun.

Catch the rush! Whether you’re into bodyboarding, this endless wave offers the ultimate water park thrill. And three different riding positions make it fun for everyone from beginners to experts!

  • View Safety Rules

    • Guests must be 42 inches tall to Bodyboard, or ride in a supported prone or kneeling position.
    • Guests must be 48 inches tall to Flowboard, or ride standing up.
    • Single riding only is permitted.
    • Suitable swimwear is required. Bathing suits with plastic or metal rivets or ornamentation are not permitted.
    • Eyewear and loose jewelry must be secured or removed.
    • This is a very strenuous ride. The moving water is extremely turbulent.
    • The ride surface of this ride is slippery. DO NOT attempt to walk on the ride surface.
    • You may only stand to walk and exit after coming to a complete stop on the dark blue drain grating.
    • Failure to abide by these rules may result in injury to yourself and others and could result in removal from the waterpark.

      For Bodyboarding
    • Place your bodyboard onto the flow of water with the slick side down.
    • Lie down on your stomach with your head facing the flow of water and your hips along the rear edge of the board.
    • Your legs should be extended straight behind you to serve as a rudder.
    • Your hands should grab the forward rails of the board
    • Gently push into the flow.
    • You may ride in a prone or kneeling position.
    • If you wipe out, release the board immediately and keep hands close to your body; try to brace for the impact with your feet first.