Visit Timber Ridge Waterpark in Lake Geneva Wisconsin

If you’re visiting Lake Geneva, then you’re likely to consider staying at Grand Geneva or Timber Ridge Lodge. Both of these places will give you access to the Timber Ridge Waterpark called Moose Mountain Falls. I’ll give you the all the information you would possibly need to know about this waterpark.

First of all, as you may have heard, it’s the only waterpark in the Lake Geneva area, let alone Southeast Wisconsin. So you won’t find anything else like it in the area. It’s great for both families with and without kids.

Waterpark Pricing

If you are staying at Timber Ridge, with your room you are given four waterpark passes and six passes for double-rooms. Every additional pass is $15. You may want to look into purchasing a two day pass ahead of time.

Waterpark Attractions

  • Two main slides (one body slide and one tube slide)
  • Lazy river
  • One outdoor Jacuzi, one indoor Jacuzi, and one indoor/outdoor Jacuzi
  • Toddler areas both inside and outside
  • Larger swimming pool inside with a medium sized slide and basketball hoops
  • Larger outdoor pool with a medium sized slide and basketball hoops

Visit Timber Ridge Waterpark in Lake Geneva Wisconsin

Thus, it can accommodate both young and old kids alike. For toddlers, the kiddie pools offer plenty of things to do. You are also able to buy life-jackets and or floating rings for $5 and $3 respectively. It would probably be best if you bring your own if you have a toddler. It’s usually after the family arrives that they realize that they should have brought a floating device for their child.

Kids taller than 48 inches can utilize the two bigger slides. One is a tube slide and the other a body slide that is pitch dark on the inside and very fast and fun.

Then there is the lazy river which is self-explanatory.

Lifeguard Protection

There are plenty of Ellis certified lifeguards on duty that are always ready and alert. The most often reason for a lifeguard having to jump in is because parents do not always watch their kids as they should; so I recommend that you try to do your best in this respect.

Miscellaneous Tips

  • As stated above, bring life-jackets or floating rings for your kids that can’t swim. This way they can more easily enjoy the “Logs and Ropes” as well as some of the slides. It will be better for both you and your kids. (life-jackets can also be purchased for $5 and floatingrings for $3 in Trader Jacks- Timber Ridge’s gift shop)
  • Towels provided inside waterpark.
  • Reserve a table with towels to reservce your spot as you go swimming.
  • Food and beverages (other than water) are not allowed into the park due to state regulations.
  • If you see a doll in the water that looks like a child. Do not worry, Billy is often thrown into the water to keep the lifeguards alert and ready.
  • Follow all rules and regulations since they are always for your protection.
  • You may want to plan your dinner for a different time since this is often the low point of the day for the park.