New Attractions at The Wisconsin Dells Include The Longest Racing Zipline Course in The US
A survey by FamilyFun magazine found the number one thing you can do to increase your family happiness is to go on a family vacation. If you're planning a vacation and want to have a ton of fun and make a lot of memories, you can't go wrong with the Wisconsin Dells.
The Dells area is known as the Water Park Capital of the World because according to its website, it's home to the "largest concentration of outdoor and indoor waterparks" on the planet, but there is a lot more than water slides in the Wisconsin Dells. The area features several summer attractions and has added some fun new attractions for tourists visiting in 2021. Read more below.
Things To Do At The Wisconsin Dells
- You could get up close to giraffe, zebra, kangaroo & many more animals at TIMBAVATI WILDLIFE PARK. Guests can ride the safari train or ride on a camel.
- Bring your clubs! The Dells area has several beautiful golf courses. Learn about the courses here.
- The Lumberjack Show is a popular attraction where visitors can watch lumberjacks show off their skills and compete in various competitions.
- Games for all ages. Stop by the Underground Arcade to play classic games like Mario Cart and Pac Man or head to the Ho-Chunk Casino to test your luck on table games and slots.
- See more attractions here.
What's New At The Wisconsin Dells
- Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum has updated nearly all of its exhibits.
- The Asgard Axe & Tap ax-throwing attraction has moved to a new location and now features the Asgard Underworld Arcade & Bar (mentioned above). featuring vintage arcade games.
- Chula Vista Resort has added, "Soar Like an Eagle" which is a 10-story tall zipline that allows you to race against a friend. It is the longest racing zipline course in the country. The resort also added a 15-story launch ride. "The Ultimate Rush" catapults you and a friend sky high before bouncing back safely to the ground.
- A new golf course also opened this year at the Dells. It's a 12-hole “short course” designed by former U.S. Open winner Andy North.
Click here, to learn more about these new attractions and to see what else is happening in the Wisconsin Dells.