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Great Wolf Lodge
491,000 sq. ft., 6-Stories
Supply Chain Management
This is a 491,000 sq.ft. resort featuring a 457-room hotel, a 30,000 sq.ft. conference center, and 93,000 sq. ft. of indoor water park space, as well as multiple outdoor pools, bowling, retail and miniature golf. The resort is also home to two full-service restaurants, and several branded amenities and entertainment activities.
The lobby features a towering stone fireplace adorned with wolf silhouettes illuminated by large chandeliers . The full span decorative glulam trusses immediately create the lodge / cabin atmosphere along with walls dressed in wood millwork and murals that resemble the forest. The stamped epoxy concrete dirt and concrete paths heading into the family entertainment area are flanked by full height lifelike pine trees and wooden themed structures line the walls. The lodge feel is carried into the hotel guestrooms designed to make you feel like you are in a cabin. The themed Kid’s Cabin room with bunk beds that are enclosed with a cladded split wood cabin front.