Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort: Donates $10,000 To Tsunami Relief Fund

Heidi Fendos, PR Counsel – (414) 778-0766 or [email protected]

Donation comes after resorts decides to rename its Great Tsunami Wave Pool

WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis. — Patrick Helland, co-owner, and Steve Schettl , managing director, of the Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort in Wisconsin Dells, present UNICEF with a $10,000 donation for Tsunami relief efforts.

The donation comes after resort officials announced in January that they would be renaming their Great Tsunami Wave Pool, and contributing a portion of January’s room revenues to aid those affected by this terrible natural disaster.

The resort has renamed its wave pool The Great Wave and is continuing to collect UNICEF donations from guests at two collections points within the property.

The Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort is currently celebrating its 10th anniversary. It is located on 310 acres of pristine woodlands in Wisconsin Dells. Easily accessible from Interstate 90 and 94, and located just minutes from popular attractions such as Dells Boat Tours, the Original Wisconsin Ducks, Ho-Chunk Casino, and Devil’s Lake and Mirror Lake State Parks, the Wilderness Hotel & Golf Resort offers the perfect location for a fun-filled family getaway.

With three indoor waterparks totaling nearly 160,000 square feet, 135,000 square feet of outdoor waterparks, and a 15,450 square foot outdoor wave pool (that’s seven football fields of water fun!), the Wilderness Hotel is America’s premier waterpark resort. The year-round resort features 443 guest rooms, 40 Vacation Villas, 76 Frontier Condominiums, 19 Cabins & Retreats and108 Wilderness on the Lake luxury units overlooking Lake Delton.

It is also home to Dodge ‘Em City, a 30,000-square-foot indoor play park featuring Timberland Playhouse, the Dell’s first maximum ballocity, three-story dry foam

(think NerfÒ) playhouse; Wilderness Woods, a professionally-rated 18-hole golf course; Little Links executive par-three course, perfect for learning the game of golf; The Wild Canyon Café, a family-style lobby restaurant; Field’s at the Wilderness – Premier Steak House – a fine dining restaurant designed by Frank Lloyd Wright protégé James Dresser; and Sarento’s at the Wilderness – a noteworthy Italian restaurant.

For more information on the resort or the Wild Perks frequent stay program, or for reservations, visit their Web site at www.wildernessresort.com or call 1-800-867-9453.