Cool Summer Fun Out of the Hot Sun
14 ways to chill during the Triangle's warmer months
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4. Cool Down in an Indoor Water Park.
This summer, Great Wolf Lodge in Concord announced the availability of day passes to its popular indoor water park. The passes cost $65 per person (kids under age 2 get in free) for a full day of sliding, coasting, racing and relaxing in 84-degree water. Day pass access starts at 10 a.m. and guests can stay through the end of the day.
An outdoor pool and Howlers Peak Ropes Course is open daily during the summer as well (weather permitting), if you decide you want to mix some outdoor pool action into your day. If your kids already have MagiQuest wands, bring those along. For the cost of a game, they can open treasure chests and slay dragons for hours of cool, air-conditioned fun.
Photo courtesy of Beth Shugg
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