For Bay Area families looking for a post covid staycation, the Great Wolf Lodge Manteca is opening in late June! Read on for all the must know details
On June 29 2021, Great Wolf Lodge in Manteca will open for visitors. The resort’s six-story hotel, 95,000-square-foot indoor water park and 45,000-square-foot family entertainment center was completed about a year ago. Since then it’s been sitting vacant because of COVID-19.
What activities are there at Great Wolf Lodge Manteca?
In addition to the water park, guests will discover the 45,000-square-foot Great Wolf Adventure Park with an array of indoor attractions including a ropes course, miniature golf, arcade, and a high-tech, newly imagined version of the brand’s exclusive MagiQuest interactive adventure game. The resort also features a number of eateries that range from elevated dining to sweet ice cream treats, spacious and well-appointed guest suites, as well as a massive outdoor resort-style pool to relax and soak up the California sunshine.
Where is Great Wolf Lodge Manteca Located?
Great Wolf Lodge Manteca is a a 29 acre lot off Highway 120, west of the Interstate 5 interchange in Manteca.
How Much Does Great Wolf Lodge MANTECA Cost?
Room rates start at $199 for a family suite (with two queen beds and a full-size sofa sleeper), $239 for the Wolf Den (with children’s themed bunk beds) and $349 for a Grizzly Suite (king-sized master bedroom, two queen beds in a second room and a sleeper sofa).
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Does Great Wolf Lodge Manteca offer day passes?
Currently Great Wolf Lodge Manteca does not offer day passes.
What are the COVid Protocols at Great Wolf Lodge?
Great Wolf Lodge Northern California will open with elements from the company’s Paw Pledge program, a health and safety initiative developed with guidance from medical experts, health officials, sanitation specialists and industrial engineers in response to the pandemic. This company-wide initiative focuses on keeping families healthy and safe while they play together at the indoor water park resort. The program focuses on disinfection and sanitization, physical distancing, personal protection, and minimizing surface interactions in all guest areas across the resort.