Great Wolf Lodge Arizona announces day passes

Above: Three-time Olympic gold-medal gymnast Gabby Douglas kicked off a very special “slide-a-thon” at Great Wolf Lodge Arizona in support of Phoenix-based charity Make-A-Wish, accompanied by 10-year-old Kendall, a Make-A-Wish kid who received a kidney transplant. Kendall’s wish to meet Douglas was granted at the Great Wolf Lodge Arizona grand opening event. Experience AZ | 6 Jan |

Great Wolf Lodge Arizona has announced that it is offering day passes and half-day passes to the waterpark. Previously only available to guests staying on property since opening in October 2019, families can now choose to howl for a single day — or half a day — with a brand-new waterpark day pass starting at $30 per person and $25 per person for half-day.

The number of waterpark day passes will be monitored each day to ensure the number of visitors at the waterpark is actively managed. The quantity of water park day passes available on a given day is based on the projected number of rooms occupied at the resort on that day. This controlled approach allows Great Wolf Lodge to maintain a safe, comfortable and enjoyable waterpark experience for all guests.  

To check the availability of waterpark day passes for a particular day, guests can visit greatwolf.com. Due to the capacity restraints in place, waterpark day passes must be purchased at least a day in advance of a visit.  Waterpark day passes are only available online and cannot be purchased at the resorts. Passes are not required for toddlers 2 or under when accompanied by an adult pass holder.

For any local families who pledged to spend more quality time together making memories, the news comes at the perfect time to kick-off 2020.

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