Six Flags Great Escape Lodge and Indoor Waterpark

Six Flags Great Escape Lodge and Indoor Waterpark
  • Rate & Review
Your rating for Six Flags Great Escape Lodge and Indoor Waterpark
Tell others why (optional):
You have 850 characters left.

Top Pick for:

Address
89 Six Flags Drive
Queensbury, New York 12804
View Map

Reviewed by Meagan Francis

The Six Flags chain of amusement parks has long been a favorite port of call for fun-loving families across the United States. And in 2006, Six Flags jumped on the indoor water-park craze, opening the Six Flags Great Escape Lodge in the popular Lake George region of upstate New York.

Nestled amidst the majestic Adirondack mountains in scenic Queensbury, the lodge dishes up a variety of dining options, a full-service spa, activities for kids and grown-ups, shopping, and

(+) More

Price Points
$251-450
Room Types
Hotel Suite
Recreation & Amenities
Arts and Crafts,Fitness and Beauty,Kids' Club,Shopping,Spa and Massage,Swimming Pool
Eco-cred
Good
Gateway Town
Closest Airport
The Six Flags Great Escape Lodge and Indoor Waterpark is the first hotel with an indoor waterpark in New York state. This unique property will have the look and feel of an Adirondack-style lodge with a large, gabled roof and warm, wooden exterior to accentuate the property's comfort and design. Open year round, the adirondack themed lodge features 200 guest suites and a 38000 sq foot indoor waterpark, two restaurants, a lounge, fitness room and spa service, gift shops, arcade and is located across from the Great Escape and Splashwater Kingdom.

Expert Review of Six Flags Great Escape Lodge and Indoor Waterpark

Family Review of Six Flags Great Escape Lodge and Indoor Waterpark

By Away Travel Expert : Steve Jermanok
Family Expert Rating 3.0 out of 5
Recommended for:
Children of all ages
Family Expert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • Recently built resort at Six Flags
Families spend the afternoons together canoeing, swimming, fishing, what have you, while mornings and all meals are spent with your peers. Kids are split up into eight different age groups and are led on a slew of activities that take advantage of Tyler Place's one-mile stretch of private shoreline on the sixth-largest lake in the country. This leaves mom and dad to hike, bike, horseback ride, go on naturalist-guided canoe trips, or simply lounge in a large Adirondack chair and listen to the waves lap ashore.



advertisement

advertisement