Check-in at the Lodge starts after 4pm daily. Guests can begin using the water park beginning at noon on the day of their arrival with changing rooms available in White Water Bay. Guests must check-out of their room before 11am on the day of their deparature. Guests can enjoy the water park until close after checking-out of their rooms.
Guests must be at least 21 years of age to reserve and check in to a suite. The guest under whose name the suite is booked must be present at time of check in.
Did you lose an item at the Lodge or in the water park? If one of our team members or another guest found it they may have dropped it off with our guest services team.
Six Flags partners with Chargerback to help reunite guests with their misplaced items. Click the link below, fill out the form and we will be in touch shortly.
A credit card is required at check in to cover incidental charges that may be incurred during your stay. At check in, your credit card will be authorized to cover the cost of additional nights and $50.00 per night for incidentals.
Six Flags Great Escape Lodge does accept Debit Cards. An authorization is held against your card which will be released at check out, but it may take your bank up to 10 business days to release the hold.
Access to The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom is included with your stay at the Lodge during the theme park's operating season. Access to The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom is valid during your visit to the Lodge each day following your night with us.
The resort fee includes water park access during your stay, high speed wireless Internet, parking, in-room coffee, use of fitness center facilities, life jacket use in the water park, towel service in the water park, bell service, daily activities and character appearances.
We do not offer kosher food at the Lodge; however, we are located in close proximity to a number of grocery stores which carry a selection of kosher food offerings. Both Price Chopper and Hannaford supermarkets are within a 10 minute drive.
Hotplates, grills, toasters or any other cooking device with a heating element are not allowed in our hotel. Each guest suite offers a mini refrigerator and microwave oven.
Quiet hours are between 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a. m., but we ask that all guests are courteous to other guests during their stay.
As a current Season Pass Holder, you will receive a discount off regular rates on overnight accommodations. This discount does not apply to any packages or promotional rates.
We charge one night’s room and tax as an advance deposit. If you book a package, the full package price may be charged for the deposit. All reservations require a 7-day prior cancellation to receive a refund of your deposit minus a $25.00 cancellation fee.
We do not allow pets at Six Flags Great Escape Lodge; however, seeing-eye dogs are allowed. Please provide advance notice.
A set number of cribs are available for guests use during their stay with us. Cribs are provided on a first come, first served basis. Requests can be made at the Front Desk upon time of arrival.
All areas of Six Flags Great Escape Lodge are nonsmoking including suites. If smoking does occur, there is a $250 smoking fine that will be applied to your suite.
Adjoining means next door to each other or as close as possible on the same floor. Connecting means there is a door directly connecting the two rooms.
Each room rate is based on a certain occupancy. There is an additional fee per extra person/ per night along with any additional charges for packages. For example, a Traditional Suite is based on an occupancy of four people, but will sleep a maximum of six people. The 5th and 6th person would incur an additional fee per person/per night.
Please call 518-824-6060 to get in touch with a guest that is staying at Six Flags Great Escape Resort.
The Lodge provides complimentary towels for use in the indoor water park. Towels must be returned to the water park attendant after use.
Yes. All children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Each person who enters the water park must have a day ticket.
All guests at White Water Bay are required to wear a swimsuit. If the guest is diaper-dependent, a swim diaper AND a plastic reusable swim diaper/cover up are also required underneath the swimsuit.
Swimsuits are sold at both of our gift shops. Gitchee Goomee also has everything needed for a day in the water, including flip flops, water shoes, suntan lotion and more. Denim shorts or pants are not allowed to be worn on any attraction or pool in White Water Bay.
Water shoes are not required in White Water Bay, but shoes are required in other areas of the resort.
Waterproof casts are only allowed in Tak-It-Eesi Creek, Lott-A-Watta Bay, Soakum Springs, Tip-A-Kanu Beach (pool area only) and Tall Timbers Treehouse (structure area only).
It is recommended that children 48″ and under, as well as weak swimmers, wear a life vest while in the water park. Parents should keep their children within arms-length at all times while at White Water Bay. Guests may bring in their own life vests for use in the park, provided they are US Coast Guard approved.
All inflatables including floaties/swimmies/water wings, kickboards and inflatable tubes are not allowed in the water park.
No coolers or outside food and beverages are allowed in White Water Bay. If guests want to eat outside food or beverages, they may do so in their suite. Birch Bark Grille, located in White Water Bay, sells a variety of food and beverages that may be enjoyed in the water park. No food or beverages are allowed on any of the attractions or in any of the pools.
No. White Water Bay admission tickets are offered on a limited basis. Passes may not be available during holiday and school break periods, and pricing may vary during these times.