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A One-Night Stay in a Two-Bedroom, Two Bathroom Suite for Up to Six Guests, Sundays through Thursdays ($159) or Fridays ($199), Plus Waterpark Passes for All Guests
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Dude, it's about time you rode the vacation wave. Paddle out to Kalahari Resorts in Wisconsin Dells, home of the state's largest indoor waterpark, with this week's Escape.
Take the plunge with a one-night getaway for up to six guests in a spacious Two Room Family Suite on Sundays through Thursdays ($159) or Fridays ($199).
Accommodations feature one king-size bed, a separate room with two queen-size beds, a sleeper sofa, two full bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, and complimentary high-speed Internet access. You'll also snag passes to Kalahari Indoor Waterpark and passes for the Indoor Theme Park for all six guests.
Fuel up for H2O adventures with a hearty breakfast before heading to the waterpark, where the FlowRider awaits. Shoot the curl on the wet 'n' wild ride, which pumps out 50,000 gallons of water each minute to create a five-foot wave.
After hanging ten in the park for a bit, dry off and check out the resort's Indoor Theme Park. Get amped for a ride on the six-story Ferris wheel, or dive into competition mode on the ropes course. After a game of laser tag or mini golf, you can keep riding the adrenalin-pumping entertainment wave with bowling and Go Karts.
Later, for an additional fee, shred the stress with a hot stone massage at Spa Kalahari before finding a souvenir in one of the resort's shops. Then let the nose of your board point toward the Sweet Hut, where you'll find caramel apples, homemade fudge, saltwater taffy, and more.
For a getaway that will really get you stoked, Escape to Kalahari Resorts and experience a pipeline of entertainment that won't leave ripples in your wallet.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON December 3, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON October 2, 2012