Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound, Grand Mound, Washington

20500 Old Highway 99 SW, Grand Mound, Washington

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Poulsbo, Washington

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    • Tweens (9-12)
  • Visited: August 2011
  • Submitted: Sep 26, 2014
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    Tweens (9-12)

Great fun for famillies

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Bring earplugs for the water park area--it gets very noisy! And if you aren't going to get wet, be prepared to be HOT. They keep the water park area around 80+ degrees.

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Marysville, Washington

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    • Big kids (6-8)
    • Teens (13+)
  • Visited: May 2011
  • Submitted: Apr 8, 2013
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    Tots (0-2), Big Kids (6-8) and Teens (13+)

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Consider us there!

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*Use the microwave, fridge, & coffee maker, they're your friends! The microwave is not that big, but you could bring a cooler and some basic frozen stuff to snack on. May want to bring a crockpot and put something basic on for the day to come back to,(however, just a hunch that they might not like that idea ;) *Buy a Paw Pass; it gives you many extras, that we might have not otherwise had & experienced! Get there early, and swim; although you may not be able to get into your room until 1pm,(they've never had us wait for our room though), you may take advantage of the swimming right away- *Don't forget that there are restaurants/fast food places around the lodge, DO A LITTLE research, and you'll save ALOT OF $~We went to the Camp Critter Bar & Grill inside the lodge, AND DID WE PAY,......I did not even like the food-The Hungry as a Wolf pizza place inside is good though, & you can bring it back to the room, or like we did, ate is as lunch, right beore we left down by the pool~ *They now have the Great Forest Challenge, says it's "a fast-paced, skill-building, family-fun adventure", & Howl at the Moon Glow Golf which is indoor and uses black lights; we have not been to either one, as they were not there last year, & can't wait to do something new this year! *BRING EYEDROPS,............my eyes were so red & irritated at one point, & they do have a shop right by the pool, but why not bring it from home~ When all else fails,.......go here:http://askamom.greatwolf.com/ Good luck with your planning, & get ready to have a great "within your means" family trip!!

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Vancouver, Washington

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    • Big kids (6-8)
    • Tweens (9-12)
  • Visited: November 2011
  • Submitted: Mar 27, 2013
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    Big Kids (6-8) and Tweens (9-12)

Love it!!!

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Kirkland, Washington

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    • Teens (13+)
  • Visited: October 2011
  • Submitted: Mar 27, 2013
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GREAT Value!

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We're not impressed with the dinner buffet, but we do love the breakfast buffet. And it's a great way to start the day! Get up, put on suits, go for a rather late breakfast (usually about 10am for us), hit the pools! Lunch, we usually stay in the waterpark area and have lunch from the canteen there. It's a lot less $$ than anywhere else in GWL. Dinner? Here's a hint! As you're driving from the freeway to GWL, you'll see a pizza place with a phone number. They will deliver to the GWL lobby. And it's good pizza. Don't forget to bring your own paper plates and napkins. So, you've got a really nice breakfast, lunch snacks, and pizza. If you order breakfast when you make your reservations you save about $2/each. All in all, you can do food this way for about $20/each.

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Marysville, Washington

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  • Visited: January 2013
  • Submitted: Mar 26, 2013
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    Little Kids (3-5) and Big Kids (6-8)

A Howlin' Good Time!

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Bring your own drinks and snacks. You get a small fridge & microwave. We make micro-popcorn & I bring mini-bagels. We hate missing out on waterpark fun to eat.

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