A trip to Wisconsin Dells is not complete without a ride on the Dells Army Ducks. These amphibious vehicles were created for World War II, with the youngest vehicle in the fleet created in 1945. Now, they serve Wisconsin Dells travelers, offering the opportunity to see a different side of the Dells. Onboard one of the Ducks, you can explore the natural wonders of the area, both in the water and out. The amphibious Ducks are six wheel drive vehicles designed to drive on the most rugged terrain and even float in the water. This allows these tours to take you places no other tour can take you. The tours depart every 15 to 20 minutes, taking you through Dells Glacial Park, home of the rock formations that made the Dells so famous as a vacation destination, as well as the picturesque Dell Creek. These natural features have drawn guests to the Dells for over 200 years, long before water parks and resorts made the area a top vacation destination.
The Dells Army Ducks are family friendly, providing entertainment and education for people of all ages. With the entertaining tour guides on each Duck, your kids will have a blast, all while learning about the geology and history of the region. The tour guides narrate your expedition, pointing out the most breathtaking formations and natural wonders of the Dells.
If you're ready to get away from the water parks and resorts, the Dells Army Ducks are waiting. Get your fill of fresh air and natural beauty on your own tour, and see the natural side of the Dells close up. This particular tour is quite popular, so book yours today.