Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park, Wisconsin Dells

Water Park · Theme Park
Opened by a Greek family in the 1970s, Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park has grown to an expansive park. Each section is named after a Greek or Roman god, such as Zeus' Playground and Neptune's Water Kingdom. The park's collection of roller coasters and water slides is accessible from the on-site, themed accommodations. The indoor park, the Parthenon, is a paradise protected from the weather year-round. Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , online itinerary creator Edition.
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  • I know Covid wreaked hell on the travel business. I further understand that everyone is hurting for employees. I get it. I also get that to make the most money, a Hotel Tycoon sees the value in...  more »
  • I went and stayed at the bunk house cabins we spent 300$ for 2 days only to wns up sleeping in a literal shed and you had to walk a mile to the bathrooms one pro showers gave amazing water pressure...  more »
  • When you go make sure the indoor water park is open. When I made my reservation they were. When we got there ALL indoor water park and rides was closed and half the water slides in the outdoor park...  more »
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  • Just went to see cars
  • There’s plenty to do and the prices are right, but the people are not. I went for a fall trip to only the indoor activities. The lifeguards do not do their job. For example, The max 20 limit 10 minute warm whirlpool was full of over 30 unsupervised children and each and every guard who took watch did not say a word about their behavior, ask about parents who were NOT in the water park, nor simply tell them their 10 minutes was up and they have to move along. The park could be better with better management that doesn’t let the bad customers ruin it for everyone. It has potential, but the people don’t attempt to manage the issue
  • Good price but it's cheap for a reason. No breakfast. No coffee maker in room or on premises. No dresser. Check in at other location. Indoor theme park closes at 4 when that's the type of stuff to do at night. Coffee definitely #1 issue at a place where parents get woke up early to a bunch of kids ready to go have fun and you have to drive to the nearest gas station just to try and wake up.
  • Great place for fun!!! The theam park is amaizing, if you have kids they will love it it has water slides, huge swimming pools well taken cared of, and a bunch of rides to get on all around the park. I would venture to say the roller coasters are at a higher level than six flags! They also have go carts. The park is located in a strip wich is packed with fun places! Drive right or left from it and you will find a fun unique place to eat and/or to have a fun activity (the whole street! Block after block) 3 stars because the resort hotel rooms suck, beds are old and they do not sweep or map! I don't know if it has anything to do with the pandemic but man that is awful, also the filters on the air conditioning units you can tell are not cleaned, it is so muggy that you just have to get out. Rooms are pretty small to. I know one does not go there really for the hotel, but basic cleaning and maintenance like newer beds would go a long way. The places to visit and things to do in the strip are great too.
  • The park has some really good rides and theming but it's really poorly managed. I feel that the owners don't put enough attention to safety and cleanliness. There has been 2 serious accidents in the past five years on 2 of the rides. And they could also use a more diverse ride lineup like a steel coaster or more thrilling flat rides. This park has the potential to be one of the greatest in the country possibly beating out Six Flags Great America but that's not gonna happen until it gets some new more caring owners or the current owners start actually paying attention to what's going on inside the park. And instead of spending so much money buying hotels throughout the Dells, they should start spending more money building flat rides or save up to buy a steel coaster

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