I took one disposable waterproof camera with us and my smaller point and shoot camera. I have no idea how the pictures from the disposable camera turned out but am hoping for some fun shots. It was VERY hard to get pictures with my regular camera, you are constantly getting wet or trying not to get wet. I managed, somehow, to still get a ton and have too many to share. I put a couple of pages, full of pictures, together then I also have some individuals...
We stayed in a Kid Cabin Suite...a cabin area with 2 bunks and a daybed, then the main area has a queen bed and a sleeper sofa. The kids area had it's own TV for movies or video games and the main area had it's own TV too, plus a small fridge and nice counter area for food. It also had a cute little balcony and a cozy fireplace.
These are just some shots from around the lodge, the ones of them sitting on the bear's lap (sorry, cut off the bear's head) is when we were leaving. See how happy they look?? Bottom left is the view from our room and bottom right is the view from the bridge that looks down into the main lobby area.
Even though you can't make us out, this is me with the 3 boys coming out of the Canyon River Run. This was perfect for all of us! Oliver wasn't tall enough to go on the Howling Tornado so I went on this one and the Alberta Falls quite a few times with him.
So not only did we climb a thousand stairs on our MagiQuest, we also climbed a thousand stairs going up to the Howling Tornado, Canyon River and Alberta Falls water slides. That really cool thing in the middle is the tube return for the Tornado and Canyon slides. You had to carry your own tubes up for the Alberta Falls.
My kids are probably somewhere in this picture but I don't know where. This is the wave pool or the ocean as the boys called it, and we spent a TON of time here. There were different wave cycles, some calmer than others but they were all fun. I have more pictures of the water park but this gives you a good idea of where we spent most of our time.