A journey upriver in the Wisconsin Dells region is a journey filled with mystery, legend and dread. Ancient demons, ghost tribes of Indians, long-dead lumberjacks and spirits from the netherworld are all said to haunt the ancient glens and dark forests.
And nowhere are the shadows more thick with fear than Cold Water Canyon.
Early Dells pioneers shunned its mysterious depths. Rivermen steered their lumber rafts well away from the dark entrance. Ancient Indians called it “the taboo land.” For it’s said that people went in but never came out again.
We’re about to put that to the test.
Join us for a 1.5-hr after-dark adventure into the canyon’s mysteries. You’ll hear a dark tale of terror during your boat ride upstream — a legend that may make you reconsider the next stage of the journey — an on-foot exploration into Cold Water Canyon’s dark, winding passages with creatures waiting to jump out at you behind any corner.
But there’s no turning back now. So sit back, relax and enjoy the ride — if you can.
June 6-30; July 1-31; August 1-30; September 4-6, 18, 19
Tours last 1.5 hours and depart nightly around 8:30 p.m.
Call 608-254-8555 to make a reservation.
Children (ages 11 & under): $17.00
Warning: Some special effects may be used that would effect people with allergies, disabilities, or other special circumstances.
The Ghost Boat departs from the Main Landing building (11 Broadway) in the heart of downtown Wisconsin Dells. Ample free parking is available.
September 11 - October 31
They say the witch was here first. Before the towering cliffs, before the pine forests, before the river cut its deep winding path, the witch stalked the moonlit land. She has haunted the Wisconsin Dells region for untold centuries, and it’s said she sleeps now, deep in her lair — ...