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Grand Harbor Resort and Waterpark
A Waterpark Right on the Mississippi
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• A One-Night Stay for Up to Four People in a Double-Double Room, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays from Now to June 13 ($89)
• Or, a One-Night Stay for Up to Four People in a Double-Double Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($79) or Fridays ($99) from June 17 to August 31
• Four Water Park Passes
• $25 Credit to Tony Roma's Restaurant
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Five Nights
The Port of Dubuque, Iowa, sits right on the Mississippi River and brims with the city's Midwestern friendliness. Though it was settled as early as 1673, Dubuque is hardly stuck in the past. Burgeoning tech, publishing, and tourism industries have earned the city countless awards for economic and urban development. History isn't lost here, either. Down by the water, the Spirit of Dubuque recreates the famous paddleboats that once steamed up and down the mighty Mississippi, offering passengers a chance to experience the river's history.
Conveniently located in Port of Dubuque, Grand Harbor Resort and Waterpark features a 25,000 square-foot indoor waterpark along with plenty more to do and see. The park's WaterSquirts Kids Club ensures a fun-filled stay for the little ones, while The Cave Arcade is stocked with a selection of skee-ball and video games. The resort has plenty to offer adults, as well. Rooms all come equipped with wireless Internet, television, fitness center access, mini fridges, and more. Finally, when hunger strikes, Tony Roma's steakhouse is located on the premises and serves up delicious steak, seafood, and ribs.
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