Enjoy family travel to Wisconsin this spring to take in the warmer weather and seasonal offerings at both Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark and Grand Geneva Resort & Spa. Both resorts invite families to take a break and reconnect with one another through waterparks, good meals and other adventures.
Both resorts offer families up to 25–30 percent savings for a long spring break with the annual Spring Break Longeroffer at Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark and the Spring Break Fun offer at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa.
At Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark, the all-suite resort features an indoor waterpark. Moose Mountain Falls consists of a wide variety of family activities in its more than 50,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor waterpark. From 35-foot-high slides to a lazy river to three-person rafts, the fun never ends. The waterpark also includes a water table for the little kids to have some fun of their own. And with a fast-serve restaurant and poolside cocktails for mom and dad, families will never want to leave this paradise.
This spring break, Timber Lodge offers guests 20 percent off a three-night stay with $10 in arcade credit and a large two-topping pizza. The resort also offers 30 percent off a four-night stay with $10 in arcade credit, a large two-topping pizza and four large souvenir ICEE drink cups.
Families can also turn to Grand Geneva Resort & Spa to enjoy savings and spring fun. In addition to horseback riding, hiking the many trails and renting scooters, the resort also features an indoor pool and hot tub, championship golf and a WELL Spa + Salon for parents in need of some much-needed relaxation.
The Grand Geneva’s spring offer includes 15 percent off a two-night stay with $50 in resort credit, 20 percent off a three-night stay with $75 in resort credit and 25 percent off a four-night stay with $100 in resort credit.
Embark on a family journey through The Last Frontier with Celebrity Cruises® and experience an unforgettable luxury vacation in the untouched natural beauty of Alaska. The breathtaking landscape of this pristine wilderness sets the stage for every memorable moment from up-close, awe-inspiring views of glaciers to observing native wildlife, including whales, bears, bald eagles, and moose. This corner of the world offers not only spectacular scenery, but also opportunities to learn about the history and culture of Alaska — from the native people who’ve lived here for centuries to the adventurers seeking their fortunes during the gold rush. No matter which sailing you choose, you’ll journey through the ever-popular Inside Passage — one of the most popular experiences on any Alaska vacation — and visit Hubbard Glacier or Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier.
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