Kalahari is home to America's largest indoor, outdoor waterpark and theme park resort. The massive 125,000 square-foot indoor facility features an assortment of attractions for thrill-seekers to young children.
Resort guests can surf or boogie board indoors on the FlowRider, which shoots out 50,000 gallons of water each minute to create a perfect five-foot wave. Experience the thrills of Master Blaster, a 570-foot long uphill water roller coaster slide and first indoor one of its kind in the US or experience Victoria Falls, a 504-foot long raft ride for the entire family. Kalahari's indoor waterpark also has a wave pool, 920-foot long lazy river, interactive water play areas, plus several hot tubs to soak in.
Adjacent to the hotel is the 75,000 square-foot Zambezi seasonal outdoor waterpark. Here guests will find tube slides, tube rides like Swahili Swirl, a lazy river, geysers, activity pool and a giant bucket that dumps water.
Kalahari's new indoor theme park is 100,000 square feet of fun, featuring a six-story tall Ferris wheel, go carts, bowling, miniature golf and more.
America's waterpark resort, Kalahari in the Wisconsin Dells, features 740 African-themed guest rooms and suites. All rooms include a coffee maker, refrigerator, microwave, free high-speed Internet access and in-room safe.
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Type of park:
Indoor Waterpark Resort
125,000 sq. feet
Indoor waterpark open year-round. Outdoor waterpark open Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day.
Operating dates are subject to change. Always contact the park to verify days and hours before visiting.
Waterpark admission included for resort guests. A limited number of waterpark day passes may be available on a first come, first served basis.
2020 Admission Rates
Waterpark Only Admission
Waterpark & Indoor Theme Park Admission
Children 2 and under are admitted free. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Kalahari Wisconsin Dells is located just north of Interstate 90/94, exit 92 (Hwy. 12).