This was our first time there. We heard great reviews from family and friends so we now know why! It's so much fun!
We booked for 2 nights, 1 paw pass ($64) and the meal package that was an extra $125 for our family.
Check in is at 4pm but you can get there earlier at 1pm to enjoy the water park. So we did that. Although without a room we needed to get a locker in the water park for all our clothes/shoes/purse.
That was fine tho. We then spent 4 hours splashing around. (We ate lunch before getting there so our tummies were full)
We went on water slides and spent a lot of time in the pool and wave pool, ohh and we loved the lazy river too!
Since we had the food package we went to our room washed up quickly and went to the buffet dinner. Which had everything! Ribs, chicken, pasta, chilli, fries, pizza, the list goes on. Yummy dessert too.
Although the water park is open 9am-9pm , we spent the evening going through the paw pass items, spent time in the arcade and had fun with story time and dance party in the lobby!
Story time was really cute and interactive for the kids.
The dance party too, baby M was busting his moves haha
The paw pass was really neat. Little K loved going around crossing off the items on the pass.
Like making a stuffy. You can pick which stuffy you like and stuff it! We got a dragon of course. Little K stepped on the peddle to stuff it! Funnier when he stepped on the peddle when she was done and all the fluff went flying in her face. Oops
They fell in love with this dragon,
Which we brought around with us everywhere after that!
They also got a wand for the magi quest game.
Which they loved. Walking around the lodge opening treasure or pointing at a painting that came to life. 2 floors of interactive fun with that wand.
They also got another gift and they chose light up sunglasses, with the paw pass they got a fudge bar, 20 credits for the arcade, 2 bowling games and some crafts in the cub house and a 5x7 photo.
My boys loved the arcade, of course! We spent hours each day in there. Haha
We got the kid camp room with bunk beds.
The kids had their own tv they watched from the bunks.
The room was nice, clean and comfy.
We brought some snacks and water from home so we could have snacks in the evening when we were back in our room.
The next day we used our meal plan for the breakfast buffet. It was a little busy, more than the dinner buffet so the line was a bit long for impatient kids. The lunch was good, we got chicken fingers, hotdogs and burgers and brought it back to our room after the morning swim.
The last dinner we had there we wanted to make the most of our evening and not spend much time in the buffet. So we ordered a pizza and brought it back to our room to eat before heading out to the evening events. They pretty much have all that you need there. Prices are pretty good I think. Not overpriced. They had a good cafe too for that much needed latte us parents need.
We saw others go out and bring back Tim hortons coffee and donuts , it's just around the corner. As are other restaurants /fast food. But it was freeezing so we loved that we could just stay in the lodge and have everything we need.
Sunday morning after breakfast we also spent some time winding down at the cubs corner. Kids colored and played.
We called ourselves the Wolfpack all weekend and we had a blast.