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Try out more than 50 different rides, including seven roller coasters and four water rides, at Michigan's Adventure, the largest amusement park in the state. This is a family-friendly park with rides and attractions for all ages. Here you can hop on one of the longest wooden coasters in the world--over 1,600 m (5,350 ft) long--and experience a 37 m (122 ft) drop. Or get plunged from a 56 m (183 ft) tall swing-like structure. Raft down simulated rapids, take a bumper car or a bumper boat for a spin, or try out the miniature golf course with water hazards and sand pits. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Michigan's Adventure and many more Muskegon attractions: make an itinerary online using Klarna Trips Muskegon online route builder.
Michigan's Adventure reviews
Still best park in the area. I feel the price could be frozen for a few years to become a better value. The water park could be bigger.
Still best park in the area. I feel the price could be frozen for a few years to become a better value. The water park could be bigger. more »
We did a Cedar Fair amusement park road trip this summer. This park was fun, but the rides are older so they seem rough and gave me a headache. However, my teenage kids loved it. We loved being able..... more
We did a Cedar Fair amusement park road trip this summer. This park was fun, but the rides are older so they seem rough and gave me a headache. However, my teenage kids loved it. We loved being able..... more »
It has been a while since I was last here at Michigan's Adventure. I have a platinum pass with Cedar Fair, so I can get in here for free. However, my past experiences here and the long drive...
It has been a while since I was last here at Michigan's Adventure. I have a platinum pass with Cedar Fair, so I can get in here for free. However, my past experiences here and the long drive... more »
Pretty good time! Buy the fast pass! Buy your parking ticket online! Veteran discount is awesome! Few slides still closed most of the day. Obviously still short staffed. No one cleaning around the water park trash everywhere. Several drink stations also not open.
This place was wall to wall people! They ran out of chairs, life vests, and tubes, at the water park. The design of this place was very confusing and there are no signs to point you in the right direction to get where your going. Especially trying to navigate to the exit of the park. Nothing is marked! The website told us the hours were 12-6, the lady at the gate said 12-7 but in fact the park didn’t close until 8. It was very confusing, so was the pricing. Online it said admission was $39.99 but in fact it was $50 for anyone 3 and up. I didn’t see any capacity limits anywhere posted here, and it was obvious they weren’t enforcing them anyway. We went on a Sunday, maybe going on a weekday would be less crowded. I hope the park gets their act together, train these employees to have the correct pricing and hours information and change the website to match what’s posted at the park so people can plan their visit correctly. The pictures I posted from inside the park were at 6 pm at the water park (closing) and 8 pm in camp snoopy on the way out of the park.
We had a lot of fun here today. Riding rides and walking around. This park does not accept cash so be sure to have your cards. Food prices are high and mainly pizza, ice cream, hamburger and hotdogs. You cannot bring in a cooler you have to leave it in the car. We got there early and lines were not that long but as the day went on the wait could be an hour or more. The rides seemed to be well maintained and the staff were friendly and helpful. One last thing at the time of this review parking is $25 for regular size vehicles.
Definitely a must do! Most of the bigger rides you have to be 4 foot to ride just an * FYI. They do have lots of smaller rides for littler kids tho. They offer a water park which has a splash pad and wave pool. One wave pool is 8ft deep another is 5ft deep. Tons of tube rides I believe like 5 or 6 2 of them have larger tubes and they are heavy one fits 4 and the other fits 5 or 6* so if there are 2 of you have some muscle it was me and my son buy we did manage 😉 tip roll the tubes up the stairs even some of the other ppl were impressed we got the tubes up there💪🏼. Over all a great day! Price wise for fast lane its around an extra 55$ on top of your original ticket cost. This allows you to go through a way shorter line and not wait "we did this option" was worth it. *does not apply in water park tho. Rip cord was not included that was an additional $25 a person "video where were flying through the air".
We take our family every summer! The kids have a ball. They have tons of rides for both younger and older group. They have a toddler areas for rides that cater to smaller children. The lines for the older rides are usually very long. I would suggest purchasing a fast past. We also purchase the meal plans and the souvenirs cup. They offer free refills all through the park with the cup. Our favorite area is the water park. It’s perfect for the whole family. My daughter loves the water slides. Approved life vest can be worn, as we brought hers from home. The wave pool is nice. I’d suggest going right at open to secure a good seat. As it’s very crowded mostly. The food is regular amusement park food. We tend to stick with pizza. The will take a picture of your group right at the entrance. They give you a card to purchase the digital file after 24 hours it’s available for about $20. Overall definitely a fun experience to start or end off summer.
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