Thursday, July 20, 2017

A Fun Little Family Trip

My older two girls spent a week at Senior High camp with their friends, so I decided to take the younger two on a fun little adventure. I snagged a fantastic deal steal on a room at Great Wolf Lodge. So that's where we headed. It's not every day that your 12 and 14 year old think you are such a cool mom, so I definitely wanted to capitalize on that! It was a really great little getaway and we had so much fun hanging out at the water park together. Did you know that Great Wolf Lodge offers a discount for homeschooler? Check out their homeschool rates using the discount code HOME when you book your room for a fabulous rate on a room during the week. Of course taking only half of your kids makes the trip that much less expensive too. I seriously felt like I saved 50% on this little "vacation"!
No trip to Great Wolf Lodge is complete without a Paw Pass. This is a fantastic bargain that allows the kids to participate in several additional activities around the lodge. It's a great way to experience all the lodge has to offer and saves you money too. We usually get one or two passes and the kids share the goodies that they get. MagiQuest is a really fun scavenger hunt type game that the kids use their wand to explore the lodge and solve puzzles complete with interactive clues. 
 Make your own stuffed animal and glitter tattoos are all part of the Paw Pass. Fun memories for sure!

 The arcade is always a fun place to play. We have been to GWL several times, but this was the first time that we played bowling in Ten Paw Alley. The smaller lanes and hand held bowling balls were really fun. Everyone wanted to play several games. 
We stayed in a room with a balcony. It's a perfect selfie spot with excellent lighting. This time we stayed in room with one king size bed and a couch that pulled out to make a queen size bed. It was a perfectly sized room for us!
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