Woodside Ranch Resort
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Woodside Ranch Resort Mauston
Travel Blogs from Mauston
... br> I took on a couple of water slides including going on the "Black Anaconda" the world's longest water coaster. I never had so much water hosed in my face as on that coaster!
Laneshia was looking good in her lounge chair - and that's what she did. She didn't feel the need to get wet even once, though the Lazy River tempted here. Overall, she spent the day relaxed lounging and kicked back.
... making it a perfect opportunity to eat outside so I sat on a bench in front of the Capitol building While I ate a small group of protesters started organizing nearby me - seems they have an issue with their Gov. Scott Walker and they were letting the world know about it through a series of chants and songs. Very entertaining way to enjoy lunch! I decided to video tape them and this seemed to encourage them to sing louder when ...
... most of the park when we woke up in the morning!
This morning, we both slept in and had a great breakfast at one of the restaurants on property. We then went back into the room, changed into our bathing suits, and ended up hitting the rest of the resort areas all in one day! We started at the Lost World Outdoor Waterpark, which featured the steepest slides on the property. They also had a lazy river and a small slide that you could go down on a tube, so we decided ...
... ticket booth a block away. It took us a while to figure out the layout of the park but once we did we were impressed with the plethera of water rides available to us! The entire human family enjoyed the water rides while my new buddy and I swapped stories in the van. Neither one of us are really very fond of water or of risking our lives on crazy rides.
While at Noah's Ark the sun came out and it turned into a beautiful day with perfect ...
... This summer, downtown Monroe went "underwater". All around the square were carvings made from large logs. There was an octopus, a shark (that almost ate Dad's head), King Neptune, Nemo and a lot of other things you would find "underwater". There was also an absolutely stunning garden on one of the corners with a variety of flowers, herbs, and other plants. Local businesses were recognized as donors on the fence that decorated the area. If we had had ...