File photo: Great Wolf Resorts CEO Ruben Rodriguez and McWhinney CEO and founder Chad McWhinney along with Wiley the Wolf, welcome guests to the all-new Great Wolf Lodge Southern California resort during a grand opening ceremony in the property’s 105,000-square-foot indoor waterpark on March 4 in Garden Grove, Calif.
File photo: Great Wolf Resorts CEO Ruben Rodriguez and McWhinney CEO and founder Chad McWhinney along with Wiley the Wolf, welcome guests to the all-new Great Wolf Lodge Southern California resort during a grand opening ceremony in the property’s 105,000-square-foot indoor waterpark on March 4 in Garden Grove, Calif.
File photo: Great Wolf Resorts CEO Ruben Rodriguez and McWhinney CEO and founder Chad McWhinney along with Wiley the Wolf, welcome guests to the all-new Great Wolf Lodge Southern California resort during a grand opening ceremony in the property’s 105,000-square-foot indoor waterpark on March 4 in Garden Grove, Calif.

Great Wolf Lodge is eyeing South Florida for potential location.

The Sun-Sentinel reports that the region has been on the indoor waterpark chain’s radar for some time now and has named Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties as possibilities.

“There are a large number of family-friendly metropolitan areas across Florida that could be a good fit for a future Great Wolf Lodge, but the area we’ve recently been exploring is the South Florida area,” Spokesman Jason Lasecki told the Sun-Sentinel.

Great Wolf currently has 17 U.S. locations, one in Canada, and announced plans for more in California, Arizona and Maryland. This would be the chain’s first in Florida.

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