Polynesian Water Park Resort

857 N Frontage Rd Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
1-800-987-9852    Chat Now  
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Detail both indoor and outdoor pool
Check in: 3:00 PM    Check out: 11:00 AM
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Hair Dryers Available High Speed Internet Access In Room Safe (charges may apply) Microwave  (charges may apply) Refrigerator  (charges may apply)
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Polynesian Water Park Resort
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Polynesia is a popular vacation spot, attracting visitors from all over the world. Some island nations in this area are Tonga, Fiji, and French Polynesia—the last of which is where we find the Polynesian Water Park Resort. This modern resort has everything from suites to villas to make your stay as comfortable and memorable as possible. There are also plenty of activities to choose from when you’re not busy relaxing on your private beach paradise! Read on for more information on this beautiful destination. Polynesia is an island group comprising many beautiful islands, including Tonga, Samoa, and the Fiji Islands. This area is home to native Polynesian people, who have lived there for quite sometime before European colonization. Today, the Polynesian Water Park Resort is one of many luxurious resorts in the region. The resort offers a wide range of opportunities for relaxation and fun activities—for example, you can swim with whale sharks or learn about underwater coral reefs! The resort also has restaurants for both dining and exemplary food service. Initially, Polynesians used their islands as a place of refuge from threatened peoples. As the centuries passed, they began to take on more people as they grew in population. The Polynesian Islands became an essential part of European colonization; explorers like Captain James Cook came and explored the islands and brought many “new” clothing styles and foods with them. Although these forms of colonization brought outsiders to the islands, they also brought many new experiences for Polynesians. The French began colonizing the islands, bringing their own culture and foods. Today, many of the islands enjoy an independent government that’s french-speaking primarily, but the ways of life are generally similar to those of their ancestors.
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