Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine, TX

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Black Wolf Lodge was founded in 1997 by brothers Jack and Andrew Waterman, who were also the original owners of Noah’s Ark Waterpark in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. In 1999, Black Wolf was purchased by The Great Lakes Company and founders Marc Vaccaro and Bruce Neviaser changed the name to Great Wolf Lodge. 



23 different suites to choose with prices ranging from $179.99 to $349.99 per night. Most of the rooms sleep 4-6 with an occasional room that can sleep 7 or 8. Eight is the max for all of the “Bear” of Loft (Not Accessible) suites. Now, all of the prices of the 605 suites include waterpark passes.

The waterpark is packed with 16 contrasting water rides that will thrill young and old. Cabanas are offered for $99 per day; weekends and holidays, $149.99 per day. Each cabana is equipped with a 20-inch flat-screen Satellite TV, mini-fridge with non-alcoholic drinks, Great Wolf Lodge playing cards, plenty of towels and places to relax your tired feet. Personally, I had a blast (see what I did there. ;)) on all the water slides, but if you have children that are prone to motion sickness, I strongly do NOT recommend the Tornado or the Canyon River Run. Both of them are family rides, but the river run is an open tube where four-five people sit collectively, whereas, on the Tornado, each rider has their own spot to sit. 

Food Services

Food is a necessity in life, especially if you are at a waterpark all day. If you get hungry during your stay, you will want to check out the eight eating locations on the property. Those are Grizzly Jack’s Bar and Grill (poolside), The Loose Moose Cottage, Buckets Incredible Craveables, Bear Paw Sweets and Eats, Starbucks, Hungry As A Wolf, Character Breakfast, the Lodge Wood Fire Grill, and the Great Wolf Lodge Candy Company. They also have room service. 

Spas and Fitness

Great Wolf Lodge features the Iron Horse Fitness Center, Elements Spa Salon, and Scoops Kid Spa. The Iron Horse Fitness Center is included in your stay, but the spas are not.
The Element Spa is great for teens and adults who want a get away from the rush of the world. The spa offers Teen Services, Waxing, Nails, Skin Therapy, Massage Therapy, and Spa Packages. I personally want to try one of the facials. To make an appointment contact the spa directly at 817.722.3927.

Scoops Kid Spa is perfect for young girls and their moms to pamper themselves in an ice cream dream. They offer manicures, pedicures, facials, and spa packages. They have add-ons like Sprinkled in Scoops and Signature Scoops Robes. To make an appointment contact the spa directly at 817.488.6510 ext 7609

Great Wolf Lodge is an enjoyable, entertaining, and engaging experience for all ages. One of my favorite features of Great Wolf Lodge Grapevine is the water feels like salt water, which to some people, that may not make sense; but the salt water feels like a smooth blanket of warm bathwater. 

Comment down below if you’ve ever been to a Great Wolf Lodge and if you have, let me know what you thought of your experience. 

Website: www.greatwolf.com/grapevine/

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