AmericInn Lodge & Suites Wisconsin Dells
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... that first to start off slowly. After going around the lazy river once, we got off and went on these "racer" slides that you went down face first and had a little sled (nothing steep, so my mom did it twice and had a blast!). After that, I decided to go on the steep slides - one was a steep drop and then had a loop-de-loop and was enclosed (blue slide), while the other one was a straight drop (red slide)! I did the blue slide twice before I tried the red one! Both were fun, but ...
... after it and we took it. It turns out that we stopped at "Castle Rock". This area used to be a glacial lake and Castle Rock used to be an island in that lake. This area is part of Camp Williams which is known as the birthplace of the famous 32nd Red Arrow Division of the National Guard.
The rocks were amazing and great to climb around. It was a great, unexpected stop. We got back on Rt 90 and headed West again.
Today began with a very nice breakfast at the Best Western Inn! We noted the threat of thunderstorms and showers throughout the day and decided to stick to our original plan and head for a waterpark in Wisconsin Dells. We took the advice of last night's Front Desk Clerk and headed to Noah's Ark with the 25% off coupon that she gave us.
We parked in the first row of parking and walked into the park relatively quickly after picking up our tickets ...
... pedal carts, a huge playground, a decent store and trees to park
under. We had dinner outside at a picnic table under our awning.
Haven't done that much as it's either been too hot, too many bugs or
raining. Last night was just right for it and then we roasted a few
marshmallows and did smores.
Wisconsin and Minnesota have both been
lovely and green. They both experience a large ...
... Minneapolis area.
The first lock and dam I saw was near the town of Alma. Eventually I had to head east from the river near
Onalaska and took I90 towards the Wisconsin River Dells.
I first visited the Wisconsin Dells when I was about 4 or5. I think it was 1954 or 1955 when my parents
took us along with my mom’s parents. I
only know I was there because of some slides my father took on the
vacation. He ...