Another unique aspect of this resort is the rope course. After being strapped in a harness, you are set loose on a course that will test your balance and agility while walking across a variety of course like ventures. It’s almost like an obstacle course. It is unlike anything I’ve ever seen, but if you are into adventure, this is something you will want to try. Make sure that when you are reserving that you understand that you will only get water passes to the maximum that your accommodations can hold. For example, The one bedroom unit only sleep four which means you will only have access to 4 water park passes. Keep this in mind because there will be no way to buy additional passes as this park is only open to guests and is not open to the public.
Be aware: You will only get water park passes to accommodate, up to the number of guests allowed to stay in a unit. For example; if you book a 2-bedroom suite with a max occupancy of 8 guests, you can get up to 8 water park passes. Be sure to confirm what that “maximum” is upon booking. Although the unit may technically sleep more the hotel will determine the max and often times the unit ends up sleeping less in the hotel’s eyes. Before booking via owner direct make sure you will still have access to the water park(s). Wyndham will try to sell you a timeshare so have a “just say no” attitude if you do not want to be hounded and pressured. The sofa beds tend to be not as comfy.
Did you know that the Great Smokies Wyndham Resort and Water Park caters to groups and reunions? From customizable menus to condo accommodations the event staff will customize to fit needs and budgets. Event planning includes family reunions, retirement parties, military formals, sporting events, graduation, retirements, sweet sixteen and Quinceanera Celebrations to name a few. Not only that but your group will have access to an on-site A/V and a pretty big dance floor.
Full Resort Information can be found in a consolidated list on the Quick Facts page.