The Wisconsin Dells are one of the premier vacation spots in the state. Named for the beautiful natural sandstone formations that were carved millions of years ago by glaciers, Wisconsin Dells is full of many scenic spots that would be perfect for wedding photos, and many gorgeous venues that would be perfect for a ceremony or reception. The options range from the unique–like the circus history laden Al. Ringling Mansion or the Vegas-themed Dells Bells Wedding Chapel–to the classic, like the Crystal Room at Buffalo Phil’s or Kalahari Resorts, with plenty in between. But whether couples choose to get married in a ballroom or a barn, what will stand out about the day will be the love they share with each other and the world. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
2.Wisconsin Dells Wedding Venues: Al. Ringling Mansion
3.Wisconsin Dells Wedding Venues: Chula Vista Resort
4.Places to Get Married: Dells Bells Wedding Chapel
5.Wisconsin Dells Wedding Venues: Hilton Garden Inn Wisconsin Dells
6.Wedding Venues in Wisconsin Dells: Kalahari Resorts Dells
7.Places to Get Married: Spring Brook Resort
8.Wedding Venues Near Me: The Crystal Room at Buffalo Phil's
9.Wedding Venues in Wisconsin Dells: The Swan Barn Door, LLC
10.Wedding Venues in Wisconsin Dells, WI: Trappers Turn Golf Club
11.Places to Get Married: White Rose Inns
12.Wedding Venues in Wisconsin Dells: Wild Rock Golf Club
13.Indoor Wedding Venues Near Me: Wintergreen Resort and Conference Center
14 Best Wedding Venues in Wisconsin Dells
- Wilderness Resort, Photo: Wilderness Resort
- Wisconsin Dells Wedding Venues: Al. Ringling Mansion, Photo: Al. Ringling Mansion
- Wisconsin Dells Wedding Venues: Chula Vista Resort, Photo: Chula Vista Resort
- Places to Get Married: Dells Bells Wedding Chapel, Photo: Rawpixel.com/stock.adobe.com
- Wisconsin Dells Wedding Venues: Hilton Garden Inn Wisconsin Dells, Photo: Hilton Garden Inn Wisconsin Dells
- Wedding Venues in Wisconsin Dells: Kalahari Resorts Dells, Photo: Kalahari Resorts Dells
- Places to Get Married: Spring Brook Resort, Photo: Spring Brook Resort
- Wedding Venues Near Me: The Crystal Room at Buffalo Phil's, Photo: The Crystal Room at Buffalo Phil's
- Wedding Venues in Wisconsin Dells: The Swan Barn Door, LLC, Photo: The Swan Barn Door, LLC
- Wedding Venues in Wisconsin Dells, WI: Trappers Turn Golf Club, Photo: Trappers Turn Golf Club
- Places to Get Married: White Rose Inns, Photo: White Rose Inns
- Wedding Venues in Wisconsin Dells: Wild Rock Golf Club, Photo: Wild Rock Golf Club
- Indoor Wedding Venues Near Me: Wintergreen Resort and Conference Center, Photo: Wintergreen Resort and Conference Center
- Cover Photo: Mykola/stock.adobe.com
More Ideas: Wisconsin Deer Park
The Wisconsin Deer Park is a family-friendly petting zoo in Wisconsin Dells, a southern Wisconsin city located alongside the Wisconsin River. Over 100 tame white tail deer freely roam the 40-acre Deer Park and interact with guests. Visitors may walk through the park on a maintained trail approximately 4 blocks long.
The deer, who are bred and born at the park, are relatively tame and will approach guests to take treats from their hands. The deer are all ages, allowing visitors to learn about all stages of life as a deer. While most of the park’s population are Virginia White Tail Deer, guests may see American Bison, American Elk, Japanese Silka Deer and European Fallow Deer. The Fallow Deer are located in a separate feeding area. Four types of Fallow Deer include Brown, White, Black and English Spotted. The Fallow Deer are easily identified by their broad moose-like antlers.
Additional park residents include horses, pigs and goats, as well as more exotic animals such as lemurs, emus and game birds. Almost all of the 200 animals on site may be petted or hand fed. The park offers feed suitable for the animals such as corn and plain RyKrisp crackers with non-iodized salt. Guests are not allowed to bring their own food.
The park is open mid-April through late October, allowing guests to see fawns in the springtime, the buck’s large antlers during the late summer months, and the beauty of the animals during the fall. During the winter months, many of the smaller temperature sensitive animals, such as the lemurs, are moved to indoor facilities, while the deer spend time in the feeding grounds behind the public areas of the park.
A gift shop on site sells deer-related merchandise including deer antlers that are removed from breeding animals each spring to prevent injury, or naturally shed. Mounted deer found in the store have died of natural causes or old age. Deer at the park live to be an average of 15 years old, twice the average lifespan of wild deer.
History: The Wisconsin Deer Park is family owned and operated, and opened in 1952 under the direction of founder Russ Tollaksen. Tollaksen was inspired after seeing a similar park in Michigan and wanted to bring the attraction to Wisconsin. After three days of family entertainment at the Michigan deer park, Russ decided to move them family from their hometown of Chicago to the Dells where he had grown up. The family bought the wooded land in 1951, and hand-cleared it of trees to make space for the deer. Deer were a natural choice since they are native to Wisconsin. Over the years, the park expanded and brought in more animals, many of which were bred next door at the wild animal park.
Tollaksen’s son Peter remembers his early employment at the Deer Park feeding the animals, caring for the grounds, and cleaning the animals’ enclosures. At the time, there were just a few attractions and souvenir shops for visitors, who mainly arrived by train. Tollaksen’s son Peter purchased the business from his father in 1976 and expanded it with the addition of a gift shop and more public viewing space for the animals. Today, the park is operated by Mr. Tollaksen’s grandson, Aaron Tollaksen and is one of the many thriving tourist attractions along the Wisconsin River.
What’s Nearby: Wisconsin Dells is located alongside the Wisconsin River and is well known for its many theme and amusement parks. The Wisconsin Deer Park is located directly across the street from Riverview Park and Waterworld, and just up the street from the Original Wisconsin Ducks tour boat company, and Noah’s Ark waterpark.
The Wisconsin Duck Tour has been in continuous operation since 1946, and was among the few tourism businesses in existence in Wisconsin Dells when the Deer Park first opened. The company operates amphibious trucks from World War II, and takes guests on tours of the Wisconsin River and on trails through the most scenic areas of the Wisconsin Dells.
For guests who wish to see more animals, the Timbavati Wildlife Park recently opened nearby. The park is home to over 400 animals, representing more than 70 species. Activities include a safari train ride, camel rides, wildlife presentations and other up-close interactions with the animals.
2183 Wisconsin Dells Parkway, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965, Phone: 608-253-2041
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More Ideas: Cliffside Resort
Perched on a sandstone cliff above the tranquil waters of Lake Delton in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, the Cliffside Resort is a family-owned eastern European seaside resort that offers a relaxing retreat. Situated a few miles from downtown Wisconsin Dells and Noah's Ark Water Park, the Cliffside Resort provides comfortable accommodations in the form of guest rooms with en-suite bathrooms, and sitting areas with pull-out sofas, microwaves, mini-fridges and coffeemakers. Upgraded suites have living areas and bathrooms with whirlpool baths, and all rooms have private balconies with beautiful lake views. Upscale amenities at the resort include heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools with waterslides and sun decks, a sauna and a picnic area, a lovely sandy beach and a lakeside pier, and a coin-operated laundry. Guests enjoy complimentary passes to Noah's Ark Water Park.
The Cliffside Resort features 42 well-appointed guest rooms and suites with private balconies with spectacular views over the lake. All guest rooms are spacious and bright with king or queen-size pillowtop beds dressed in deluxe linens and soft pillows, and en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower combinations, thick towels and bathrobes, and branded bath products. Modern amenities include flat-screen televisions with cable channels, fridges, microwaves, coffee makers, irons and ironing boards, telephones, hairdryers, and complimentary wireless Internet.
Rooms are available in King Lakeview Suites, King Whirlpool Suites (with and without lake views), Lakeview Rooms (with and without lake views), Triple Queen Suites with lake views, and Family Queen Suites. Triple Queen Suites can accommodate up to six guests with three queen-size beds dressed in deluxe linens and soft pillows and en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower combinations, thick towels and bathrobes, and branded bath products. Lakeview Rooms have two queen-size beds dressed in deluxe and soft pillows and en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower combinations, thick towels and bathrobes, and branded bath products, while King Suites have one king-size bed dressed in deluxe linens and soft pillows and en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower combinations, thick towels and bathrobes, and branded bath products. Family Queen Suites have two queen-size beds dressed in deluxe linens and soft pillows and en-suite bathrooms with bath and shower combinations, thick towels and bathrobes, and branded bath products, and adjoining rooms with one queen-size sleeper sofa for additional guests.
A complimentary breakfast is served every morning and includes coffee, tea and hot beverages, fresh fruit and juices, cereals, granolas and yogurts, egg dishes, and freshly baked pastries, and bread.
Amenities and Recreation
Amenities and guest services at the Cliffside Resort include heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools overlooking the lake, a 60-foot waterslide and a whirlpool and sauna (next to the indoor pool), lakeside picnic areas with grills and bonfire pits, piers for fishing and docking private boats, as well as a boat launch ramp down the road from the resort. There is a sandy beach which is ideal for swimming and sunbathing, a paved walking and biking path around the circumference of Lake Delton, a games room with a pool table and variety of games, and a gathering room with a fully stocked commercial-style kitchen for special celebrations. The resort also features a fully equipped fitness room, a shared laundry area with washing machines and tumble dryers, meticulously maintained gardens and free parking.
Recreational activities include swimming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddling, wave running, and boating on the lake, walking and biking around the lake on the paved path, ice fishing on the lake in winter, and water fun at the nearby Noah’s Ark Outdoor Waterpark, for which guests get complimentary access passes.
Attractions in the area include the Devil's Lake State Park, Noah's Ark Outdoor Waterpark, Duck and Boat Tours of the Wisconsin River, Bigfoot Zipline Tours, Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park, Timber Falls Mini Golf, Pirate's Cove Mini Golf, Lost Canyon Tours, and the Tommy Bartlett Ski Show. Tours and tastings include the Wollersheim Winery and the Port Huron Brewing Company.
351 Canyon Road, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965, Phone: 608-254-8521
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More Ideas: Parthenon at Mt. Olympus in Wisconsin Dells
Guests at the Parthenon Theme Park at Mt. Olympus can enjoy the best and latest arcade and video games that the entire family will love playing. The indoor theme park at Mt. Olympus Resort has been recently renovated, offering new and exciting things for guests to do. Perfect for visitors of all ages, the theme park is a great way for children to get out of some of their energy, particularly on colder days. The majority of the attractions and rides at the Parthenon Indoor Theme Park are free to guests staying at Mt. Olympus Resorts, as most of them are included in an overnight stay.
Even during the time of year when daylight becomes shorter, visitors to the Parthenon Theme Park at Mt. Olympus will enjoy blue skies no matter what time of the day it is in the park. Part of the new renovations to the theme park include stunning painted ceilings featuring fluffy clouds and blue skies. Guests will also find within the Indoor Theme Park the largest arcade in the Dells, containing new arcade games that visitors can play to their heart's content.
There are several different rides at the Parthenon at Mt. Olympus in addition to the expansive arcade. Such rides include Bumper Cars, the Crazy Trolley, the Bi Plane, and even a Rock Climbing Wall. Guests can enjoy the Alien Ball Pit or test their skills and aim at Lazer Tag. The theme park has something for just about everyone, no matter which activities they are looking for.
Guests can spin round and round in the Tea Cups as they spin out of control, circling the giant tea pot positioned in the center. Visitors must be at least three feet tall to ride the Tea Cups by themselves. Adults can ride with kids that don't meet the height requirement. The Kiddie Swing lets younger visitors soar through the air for a little bit of a thrill.
The Crazy Trolley at the Parthenon Indoor Theme Park at Mt. Olympus isn't a typical trolley. Riders will be moved up and down, and from one side to another aboard the crazy streetcar ride. This ride also requires riders to be at least three feet tall unless accompanied by an adult. There are maximum height restrictions, however, for adults riding the Crazy Trolley.
The theme park's Bumper Cars are perhaps the most exciting and thrilling bumper cars in all of the Midwest, and they are waiting for the skillful driving of guests of Mt. Olympus Resort. The entire family will have fun smashing their cars into each other, or guests can challenge their friends to see whose skills are the best. Visitors can also have a blast testing their skills can also be tested in a Lazer Tag battle.
Children will enjoy the rush they feel on the Bi Plane Ride as they soar through the blue sky and fluffy white clouds. The Balloon Ride at the Parthenon Indoor Theme Park is another way kids can reach the sky. Their eyes will light up with delight as the hot air balloons glide along gentle breezes.
1701 Wisconsin Dells Parkway, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, Phone: 608-254-8560
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