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Great Wolf Lodge Concord-Charlotte

Concord, North Carolina

Great Wolf Lodge Concord, near Charlotte, is a 475,000 square-foot northwoods-themed indoor water park resort with more than 400 family friendly guest suites. It's the first attraction of its kind in the Southeast. This full-service resort has two on-site restaurants, bar, a spa for adults and children, fitness center, video arcade, indoor 18-hole miniature golf course and space for meetings and conferences.

Great Wolf Lodge Concord's main attraction is the climate controlled 80,000 square-foot indoor water park. Inside the year-round attraction the temperature is always a comfortable 84-degrees. Attractions found at this water park include River Canyon Run, an exciting family raft ride, the Howlin' Tornado funnel tube ride, and Mountain Edge Raceway, two side-by-side racing mat slides. There is also a toddler friendly pool, activity pool, seasonal outdoor swimming pool and Fort Mackenzie, a multi-level interactive water fort topped with a 1,000 gallon dumping water bucket.

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Great Wolf Lodge Concord-Charlotte
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Where To Find This Waterpark

Great Wolf Lodge Concord-Charlotte
10175 Weddington Road, Concord, NC 28027

Phone: (866) 925-9653 (704) 549-8206 Fax: (704) 549-8207

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Official Site:
www.greatwolf.com/concord/waterpark

Water Park Facts

Park type:
Indoor Waterpark Resort

Park size:
80,000 sq. feet

Opening year:
March 31, 2009

Operating season:
Open Year-Round

Admission prices:
Waterpark admission included for resort guests.

Location & Directions

Great Wolf Lodge resort is located off Bruton Smith/Speedway Boulevard and I-85.

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