Today's post includes some options for indoor waterparks, particularly in the Great Lakes area, although most sections of the country now will have an indoor waterpark or two. When the weather turns cold, why not spend a night or two and enjoy some summertime temps.
popular destination in our neck of the woods is CoCoKey Resort, which
can be found in many places around the country as well. While
smaller than Great Wolf, it is not quite as expensive and day passes are
also offered. The only caveat to the day pass being that it could also
be more crowded since people would not have to stay overnight at the
hotel. They have plenty to do for younger kids and older kids so it is
perfect if you have a large age-range in your family. This link gives a list of most of the Coco Key locations.
course, the granddaddy of all indoor waterparks would be
Kalahari in Sandusky, Ohio. There are also locations in the Wisconsin Dells and Pennsylvania. I know the Ohio location used to be and might still be the
largest indoor waterpark in the country. Beautiful place to stay and
lots to keep the kids busy, perhaps even a little extra for the more
adventurous kids. My children were in awe of how big it was and they enjoyed the outdoor animal park and safari theme.