March – May 2012 Promotions at Wilderness at the Smokies

March, April and  May are great months to stay at Wilderness at the Smokies! We were able to find a couple promotions going on right now!

Save up $100 per night

March – April, 2012

Spring into fun at Tennessee’s Largest Indoor Waterpark! Save Now, Play Later!

From the Wilderness at the Smokies Website:
Savings reflect the Best Available Rate. Valid on new reservations only. Not valid with other promotional or group offers. Blackout dates may apply.

 

Wild Weekdays!

Stay for as low as $99 per night!
Waterpark Passes Included!

Now – March 8, 2012 and April – May

From the Wilderness at the Smokies Website:

Valid for Stone Hill Lodge Stays through March 8, 2012. Available Sun – Thurs. Call 877.325.WILD (9453) or Reserve Online Today!

Valid for Stone Hill Lodge Stays through March 8, 2012. Available Sun – Thurs. $99 rate is based on 4 persons in the unit. Not valid with other promotional or group offers Blackout dates may apply.

A little information about Wilderness at the Smokies:

The Wilderness at the Smokies in Sevierville, Tennessee, is the region’s newest and largest waterpark resort located on 700 acres in one of the nation’s most popular vacation regions. Situated in the scenic foothills of the Smoky Mountains, The Wilderness at the Smokies includes the following facilities:

– Wilderness at the Smokies Stone Hill Lodge Hotel at the Sevierville Events Center

– Salamander Springs Outdoor Waterpark located at Stone Hill Lodge

– Wilderness at the Smokies River Lodge, one, two and three Multi-Room Suites

– The Wild WaterDome Indoor waterpark totaling over 60,000 sq. ft.

– A new Outdoor waterpark at Wilderness at the Smokies Multi-Room Suites – Opened May 2009

The Wilderness at the Smokies is part of Bridgemont, a 1,000-acre development that includes the 240,000-square-foot Sevierville Events Center and the 18-hole Eagle’s Ridge championship golf course. Planned additions to Bridgemont include the Shops at Bridgemont, a 75-acre lifestyle shopping, dining and entertainment complex.

Wilderness at the Stone Hill Lodge Hotel

Wilderness at the Smokies Stone Hill Lodge Hotel, is a full-service property connected to the Sevierville Events Center. The hotel, which opened in June 2008, features 234 rooms, including 6 multi-room suites, all furnished in a “mountain modern” décor with amenities including a refrigerator and microwave. Other Hotel features include:

-Salamander Springs Outdoor Waterpark and Coyote Cove Snack Bar

-Deep Creek and Cade’s Cove meeting rooms for groups up to 135 people

– A fitness center

– Hidden Trail family restaurant

-The Black Bear Boutique, which offers sundries as well as a wide variety of souvenirs.

-Back County Video Arcade, which has dozens of the most popular video games

-Check-in at the Stone Hill Lodge Hotel is at 4 p.m. and check-out is at 11 a.m.

Salamander Springs Outdoor Waterpark (at the Stone Hill Lodge Hotel)

Salamander Springs is an amazing outdoor waterpark reserved exclusively for guests at the Wilderness with thrilling rides, age-appropriate play areas, and more. It includes:

The Timber Rattler: A 207-foot-long tube slide

The River Otter: A 180-foot-long body slide

Lunker’s Landing: A four-level play structure with slides, 750-gallon tipping bucket, and 50 play-and-spray water activities

Catfish Corral: An activity pool with basketball hoops, balance courses and more

Minnow Marsh: A zero-depth area with tot swings for the little ones to enjoy

Wildflower Lagoon: A large hot tub which offers a quiet spot for mom and dad to enjoy.

Coyote Cove: A convenient place to pick up some fast food or a quick drink to satisfy your hunger.

Please note towels are provided for guests in all of the Wilderness waterparks.

Wilderness at the Smokies River Lodge Multi-Room Suites

Wilderness at the Smokies River Lodge multi-room suites, which opened December 2009, are available for purchase and also available to rent while visiting the Smoky Mountain region. River Lodge is a four-story “mountain modern” development with 472 fully-furnished units. The suites are connected to the Wilderness at the Smokies Wild WaterDome indoor waterpark. Amenities include:

-Three floor plans ranging from one to three-bedroom layouts to accommodate 2-16 guests

-Full kitchens, flat screen TV, stonework fireplaces

-Private decks

-The Thirsty Miner bar and grill serving hearty soups and sandwiches

– Back Country Video Arcade

Wild WaterDome Indoor Waterpark (at the River Lodge Multi-Room Suites)

The new Wild WaterDome indoor waterpark, which opened December 2009, measures 60,000 sq. ft. It features a see-thru, energy efficient, Foil Tec roof ,which allows UV rays permeate through it so guests can tan indoors year-round. The Wild WaterDome includes:

The Smokies Surf Rider: Watch out as 50,000 gallons of water flow beneath your feet creating the ultimate surfing attraction

The Storm Chaser Thrill Ride, a four-person tube slide featuring a 55-foot drop into a swirling, funnel ride.

The Great Wave, a 10,700 square foot wave pool capable of generating waves up to 5 feet tall

Magnolia Grove Indoor/Outdoor Hot Spa

2 Trail Twister Tube Slides

Washout Mountain, a two-story play structure with a 750 gallon bucket dump, 50 play and spray features, a body slide and kiddy slide

Snapping Turtle Indoor/Outdoor Play Lagoon

Flying Squirrel, a special toddler area with 2 mini-slides, and a swing tree

Grizzly Grill, a convenient place to pick up some fast food or a quick drink to satisfy your hunger.

Please note towels are provided for guests in all of the Wilderness waterparks

OPENED MAY 2009 – Lake Wilderness Outdoor Waterpark (at River Lodge)

Lake Wilderness is open!

-Have a great time in our 12,000 sq. ft wave pool!

-Adventure down Cataloochee Creek – over 750 feet of tubing fun around Lake Wilderness

-Grab some chicken fingers, burger of a drink at Blue Gill’s Cove

Private Poolside Cabanas – Available for rent – all cabanas have flat screen TV’s, ceiling fans, luxury outdoor furniture, poolside cabana service from Blue Gill’s Cove, lush towels and if that’s not enough – they are equipped with misters to keep you cool on the hottest days!

Source: Wilderness at the Smokies