Great Wolf Lodge

3950 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, Ontario, L2E 7M8, Canada | 3 star hotel
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NYC-Hercules hits NYC

A travel blog entry by billandkaz


... hit by a car or many cars!!!

Still no cabs so we started running down the middle of 1st Ave, we thought for sure we would miss the shuttle bus and it was too late to turn back! God, the wind was blowing a gale and snow was hitting us in the face and the cold was just incredible - and no, we are not stupid, we weren't in any real danger, if a car came we would get off the road of course and if the snow and wind got too bad and dangerous, we would ...

You want lots of water? This is the place to be!

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada


... of time on my hands for someone who's working full time. Maybe it seems suspicious, I can't quite believe it myself at times! Anyway, after more questions than I thought necessary, I found myself on Canadian soil once again.

I'd been warned by several friends who have been to Niagara that parts of it can be a bit "commercialized", even tacky, so was only partly surprised when we drove up Clifton Hill. Maybe it can be compared to a kids version of Vegas, with ...


A travel blog entry by walters2012


Time to collect our friends Mandy and Jim from Boston and start the next adventure. Wonderful to see them and they were as excited as us. We drove out of Boston in the sunshine and West, destination Canada and Niagara Falls. We immediately found ourselves looking at scenery that we thought typified our perception of New England, rolling hills English countryside but with American architecture of wooden houses ...

"Aren't Canadians friendly, eh?"

A travel blog entry by lucy3119


... of hours later in time to teach us the game '21'. Aren't Canadians nice, eh?

Unfortunately I didn't get any sleep that night as I was haunted by the sound of freight trains passing by on the line that ran alongside the campsite. Some were so loud that I genuinely thought they'd left the track completely and were heading straight for us! And, of course, being Canadian freight trains, each one seemed to go on forever.

Road Trip, anyone?

A travel blog entry by halotravel


... a two queen suite with a living room area, two televisions, mini frig and a microwave all for $350 for 3 days. Our beds were nice, comfortable with plenty of pillows. The morning breakfast was adequate, there was something on the menu for everyone and I loved making my own waffles. Also, they had coffee and cookies in the front lobby; which my husband (coffee) and son (cookies) couldn't resist every time we passed by. The location was within walking distance from the ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 3950 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, is near Niagara Falls, Whirlpool Aero Car, Niagara Helicopters Limited, and Whirlpool State Park.
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    Amazing Water Slides!!!


    We went to Great Wolf Lodge on May 26 for my sons birthday. I have three kids age 3, 7, and 9 and there was something there for everyone-including my husband and I. They have a great kiddie area, the little ones loved it-they never wanted to leave!! The waterslides are amazing-the woolly mammoth was great for the whole family, we all could go on-even the 3 year old!!! The Roller Coaster and the Vortex were definitely worth going to Great Wolf Lodge for-We've never been on a waterslide like them-very fast and lots of fun!! A nice surprise in the room was a mini fridge and microwave!!

    Check for deal, Great for Large family, Non-Smoking Heaven


    We have visited GWL in the Poconos, PA and Williamsburg, VA and know that this company delivers in the big and small details of a vacation (similar in quality to Disney). I have super high expectations, but am willing to pay for a great trip. This, as all GWLodges deliver. Super clean, lots of activities, very family friendly. IN fact for a family with 4 children, it is one of the few places we can stay and not have to reserve 2 separate rooms since they are larger suites.

    Absolutely the Best!!


    We stayed for 2 nights on the Victoria Day Weekend and had an awesome time!!

    The check-in was fairly quick, the key/wristband is cool, once you understand how it works!!

    All the staff was extremely friendly, even the maintenance people would greet us!

    The room was clean and modern. We were on the fourth floor, so it was very quiet!!

    The complaint about the room, the birds love the balcony and it was MESSY!! We could not use the balcony because of the bird doo, but it was a very cold weekend....

    The waterpark, WOW!! Clean, lots of seating area, lots of staff, lots of towels....we cannot wait to go back again!!!

    AWESOME for the families


    We have 3 children, ages 7, 5 and 2...We stayed in the kids cabin suite and the kids loved it..The story time and wolf walk resemble a disney feel...This hotel goes out of its way to make the children enjoy themselves...When we first got here we took the kids to cubs club and they did some crafts and watched little bear..It was great..

    The waterpark is awesome, for every age...

    The only downfall here is that the food is rather costly...At the pizza hut, you can only get personal pizzas or medium pizzas for nearly 19.00 a pizza...

    The only other problem I had (this was my problem only), is that they only serve pepsi products and I am a diet coke addict..LOL...

    Anyways, the kids can't wait to go again, and neither can we..



    Wow is right. The waterpark has to be seen to be believed! You could defintely spend 2 full days there and not get bored. The rooms are expensive, however the resort is of Disney quality, so think of your stay in those terms.

    The buffet restaurant is expensive for dinner ($24.95 for adults), so I would recommend eating out. Lunch was a little high at $12.95 pp, however the food was of good quality and there was a nice selection.

    Any family who loves water activities will love this place!

    Had a good time


    This resort just opened. The accomodations were clean, both the rooms and the waterpark. We went with young grandchildren and they enjoyed all the extras- waterpark, cub club, and especially the story time. In the evening the children gather in the lobby to hear two books read by a staff person and the children really enjoyed this. Our room had refrigerator and microwave but no utensils or dinnerware. We brought drinks, snacks, breakfast and lunch items and paper goods with us. We did the buffet and while the adult prices were a little high, the convenience was worth it.



    We stayed at the great Wolf Lodge Niagara Falls the first week it opened - which happened to be Spring Break - for two nights. We have a six year old and a 15 month old. We really didn't know what to expect, especially just having opened and on top of that, an extremely busy time of year for people vacationing. Well - we were absolutely blown away! I can't even describe how incredible the water park is - you just have to experience it - and it is definately suitable for all ages - although there are a LOT of stairs to climb for the more thrilling water slides and the lines were a bit long, but I felt worth the wait. There was no wait time for the regular body slides where you didn't need tubes. Just make sure your child is definately 48' for the two most popular slides. (you can measure them at the bottom of the stairs before waiting in line) they will measure them again at the top if they look questionable. Luckily, our six year old just made it - there would have been a big meltdown at the top after a long wait if she were not allowed on the ride. They really should have had a staff member at the bottom giving the kids the go ahead before venturing up - or better yet - a special "All Access" wrist band where the kids are measured upon check in and given the go ahead for all slides. The other tube slides the kids can ride if they are 42" or with an adult I believe - I am not sure how that works honestly, all I know is my daughter could ride everything at just barely 48".

    Very nice experience, with some kinks


    We stayed @Great Wolf Lodge for one night and overall it was a great experience. I apologize if this gets long, but just want everyone to get a feeling of the place.

    Great Place


    We stayed at the Great Wolf Lodge in Niagra on April 14th. The indoor water park was awesome. The rooms were very clean and the staff was more than helpful. The only negative thing that we could say is that the meals were pricey. For a family of 4 (two adults, 2 kids) the buffet came to $105.00. This didn't include taxes and tip. The food was okay but not worth the price. The breakfeast the next morning ran us $55.00. Overall we had a great experience. I would recommend this place to friends I would just suggest they go out to eat.



    We stayed at the Great Wolf Lodge on opening weekend this Easter and were very impressed with the whole place. The look of the building is wonderful, like going to a theme park ! Inside the lobby is filled with animated animals which are Disney quality. An amazing fireplace and lots of comfortable seating is great while waiting to check in. Our kids are older {12 & 15} so we didn't get a theme room, but our room was very nice and spacious. The wrist bands unlock the door, acts as a credit card and locks the lockers in the waterpark, it's great! We went straight to the waterpark which was amazing. There is lots of spaces for little kids to play, as well as plenty to keep my 2 teenagers entertained. It would be nice if there was a deep pool inside the building though.... 5' is the deepest. There was a large outdoor pool but it was too cold to go out there. I'm not sure how deep it is? There is an arcade for the kids and a Spa for the adults. The gift shop had some really nice stuff and the prices were typical of fancy hotel gift shops. All in all we had a wonderful time... and all right here in our home town!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Great Wolf Lodge Niagara Falls

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent