OHHHH! there is alot what to...
OHHHH! there is alot what to see and to do, just bring more money and your credit cards!Wisconsin Dells, from Rock Climbing to Boat Rides to Mini - Golf and Bungee Jumping. the Dells Has it all. Water Parks, Wave Pools, Thrill Shows, & Duck Rides
Whats a Duck? An Amph. WWII Vehicle that Travels On Land and Water. A Must See In the Dells. Indoor - outdoor activities, a lot of fun for kids!!
Whether you want Amusments, Gift Shops, or Horse Back Rides and Scenic Trails.
Wisconsin dells is a very unique town located on the Wisconsin River. In this town, you see water & theme parks everywhere. It is a town you can drive yourself really crazy.. Also, it is a town you can enjoy the beautiful Wisconsin river on a boat ride...
Just what makes a typical Dells vacation?
"Where do I start this?"
To moi, it would probably have to be the thrill of knowing an old friend, and wondering just what s/he's been up to.
Especially when it turns out that they manage to have something new every summer as requires just having to check out.
Or trying new variations on old themes.
Out of respect for tradition, I admit to starting out the experience with the Dells Boat Tours (Upper first--complete with the shore landings--and Lower), interspersed with a lunch break just to catch up.
Then, later on, taking none other than the Original Wisconsin Ducks--especially if you can make the last trips out; such are interesting in and of themselves, especially if you get assigned the "catbird seat" next to the driver.
"Maggie and Elayne were right"
Thursday would probably have to be the best day to pay a visit to Noah's Ark waterpark, if only because it's not as crowded as otherwise.
(Acknolwedgement to a certain radio advert from some years back, the characters of which figure in the title of this chapter.)
DEFINITELY include plenty of time for the Big Kahuna wavepool, not to mention the other choice waterslides. And try the new attraction that year, if you can help it.
(Start out with a decent brekkie at Mr. Pancake, across Dells Parkway from Noah's.)