There is a new vacation spot option for Northern California. Whether you are looking to escape the East Bay heat, splash in the water that is warmer than the Pacific, or vacation locally, Great Wolf Lodge is the place to go!
The newest lodge in Manteca is the 19th in North America. There are 500 rooms and a 95,000 square-foot indoor, heated (to 84 degrees year-round) water park and an Adventure Park with ropes courses, mini-golf, arcade, and of course their famous MagiQuest interactive adventure game. You’ll also find 9 different dining and snack options – all on-site. You never have to leave the resort.
One of our contributors took her family there for the day to try and out. “Our day at the Great Wolf Lodge water park in Manteca could not have been more fun! It was an absolutely perfect summer day, the kind you remember from childhood. The water park has all the staples: a lazy river ride, many water slides varying in intensity, and a play area for the youngest guests. But unlike the usual water park experience, we didn’t have to worry about sunscreen and bug spray, because it was indoors! Also, this brand new park is so much cleaner and nicer than your average water park. The young staff members were all nice and professional. The food and drinks were great. We can’t wait to go back!”
In order to ensure that your family has a healthy and safe visit, you’ll find comfort in their Paw Pledge program.
Great Wolf Lodge Northern California is located off Highway 120 west of the Interstate 5 interchange in Manteca with room rates starting at $199 per night. In celebration of the official grand opening, Great Wolf Lodge Northern California is offering a special promotion deal of up to a 30 percent discount off standard room rates. To get this offer, use the promotional code NOWOPEN (one word) and book before July 2 for a stay before December 16, 2021. Post-Labor Day room rates with this discount code start as low as $139.99 per night.
To make a reservation, please visit www.greatwolf.com/northern-california. For more information about Great Wolf Resorts or the Paw Pledge health and safety initiative, please visit www.greatwolf.com.