Climbing. Swimming. Going fast. The occasional run in with a moose. All in a day's play at Moose Mountain Falls: Timber Ridge Lodge's 50,000 square-foot indoor/outdoor waterpark.
35-foot-high slides take you on an epic 300-foot adventure of twists and turns, which finally comes to an end in a heated pool*. For a tamer ride, The Lazy River drifts more than 500 calm, relaxing feet.
When you stay at Timber Ridge Lodge, receive four free waterpark passes with a one-bedroom suite, and six passes with a two-bedroom suite. So go ahead. Get soaked. The towels are free, too.
This safe area keeps the little ones out of harm's way while giving them plenty to do. Swings, slides, spouts and a mushroom waterfall--perfect for getting kids adjusted to water at any age.
Great for kids 7--10, the activity pool is all about movement. See if your youngster can make it across the rope climb or make a basket in the water basketball court. The section also features age-appropriate slides.
The Canyon River isn't in a hurry--you shouldn't be either. Amble along the relaxing, lazy river in single or double tubes: a great way for families to tour the waterpark together!
TIMBER RAPIDS and AVALANCHE FALLS
Warning! Only the brave are allowed to test their courage on the fastest, wildest, rides at our waterpark*. Perched 30 feet above Moose Mountain Falls Waterpark, Timber Rapids (green slide) sends you flying down current on either a single or double tube, while Avalanche Falls (yellow slide) puts nothing between you and the water as you twist and turn through dark tubes at rapid speeds. Good luck adventurers!
*Must be 48" or taller to ride slide without an adult
One of the most popular ways to relax! Moose Mountain Falls Waterpark has an indoor/outdoor tub; crossover freely between the two sides all year--yes, even in the winter! Plus two more hot tubs, one completely indoor and one completely outdoor. Take your pick for the perfect way to relax!
**Wisconsin state law prohibits any children under the age of six to enter the hot tub area due to possible respiratory health risk
HOURS OF OPERATION
Open 7 days a week
The waterpark will be closed for annual maintenance on Sunday, September 13 at noon and will reopen at 1pm on Saturday, September 19, 2015.