This past weekend, my family was invited back to the Great Wolf Lodge
for a preview of their upcoming holiday events - or "Howlidays," if you will! This was our second trip there since we also attended their grand opening in June (I know - We're like the luckiest people ever!). You can check out my post HERE
for all the awesomeness that our previous trip included.
As for this trip, we started off with a preview of their Spooktacular Howl-O-Ween
activities. From October 9-31, bring along your costumes to enjoy some spooky fun including trick or treating, costume parades, story time, and dance parties!
|Daniel harassed this poor witch for most of the night|
|The kids got to color their own trick or treat bag (which can be purchased onsite) before filling it with candy|
After all the Halloween fun and a visit from Wiley the Wolf, we got to enjoy a fabulous Thanksgiving feast.
|The ice sculptures were amazing! This was eventually filled with fresh seafood.|
They had the "normal" holiday food as well as some unique twists that were all so good. Oh, and don't worry, if you have picky eaters like mine, they also whip up some delicious mac and cheese and chicken tenders!
So we did Halloween, Thanksgiving, and next came...snow! Snowland runs November 29 - January 4, 2015 where you can enjoy an indoor winter wonderland with your family including indoor snow!
Children can also decorate cookies, enjoy hot chocolate, and write letters to Santa!
|One can never have too many sprinkles|
After the kids ingested about 50 pounds of sugar between candy, decorated cookies, and hot chocolate, we headed down to the lobby for the nightly Story Time Show. At the bar, you can get beverages "to walk" so I was sure to pick up a glass of wine on the way to the show :)
The next day we headed down to the Lodge restaurant for a large breakfast buffet. After properly stuffing myself with french toast and bacon, we hit the Howlers Peak Ropes Course
(which is included with the price of your overnight stay - just make sure to bring sneakers). Last time we were there Henry did the little kids rope course but that was all we had time for. This trip all the kids were able to enjoy the fun!
|Daniel loving the little kid course|
|Isabelle dominating the course 30 feet off the ground!|
Children under 48 inches tall can do the big course but they need to be accompanied by an adult so I bring you...
After tackling the ropes course, we spent the rest of the day at the water park (price included in hotel stay). Even though check out is at 11am, you are welcome to use the facilities up until closing time. We wear our bathing suits down and then leave a separate bag easily accessible in the car to change into at the end of the day before we head home. They have showers, lockers, changing stalls, and the works located right by the water parks. Or if you're like us and exhausted by the end of the day, you might even just change the kids in the parking lot (shhh!).
I think that we might have even had more fun this time than on our last trip which I didn't think was even possible. It is seriously an amazing time.
|Thank you, Great Wolf Lodge!|
Check out my previous post for more info (including pics of water fun!) HERE
. You can also check out Great Wolf Lodge New England's web site HERE
. Be sure to follow them on Facebook
to keep up to date on activities and deals!
*My family received a complimentary stay at the hotel and was part of a private Howlidays preview event. As always, all opinions are my own.