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Michigan's Adventure, Muskegon

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
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. Put Michigan's Adventure on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Muskegon vacation planner.
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  • Staff seemed pretty busy, some were rude, most were just genuinely too interested in other co workers than the customers. Rides were awesome. Had a blast with my son and family. 
  • Fun for the whole family. From Roller coasters to water park fun. Just remember kids need lots of rest. 
  • Nice little West Michigan park. Visited in August and was impressed with what they have. It's a smaller park but it's setup allows you to do a lot and you don't have to walk miles & miles. Water park ...  read more »
  • Good. I didn't go on a lot of roller coasters but I went to waterpark. The waterpark is great for the kids. I didn't have a lot of food, I just had fries. The fries are good. You can save $12 dollar if you ride your bike there(if you are not far from the park). We stayed at Duck Creek. They have a lot of stuff at the gift shop. I'm going back
  • Expect the rides to break down, there always seems to be something wrong with each attraction. My review is entirely tailored to the fact that the hospitality was awful. Everyone working there didn't seem to want to be there at all. Don't expect 'how are you doings' s or 'have a good day' s the people working there don't speak up, and when you break a rule that's when they get all serious about their job. Water park was great
  • I was excited to be planning to take my family to your park but am now dismayed since you now have fast pass, basically company sanctioned line jumping. I stopped going to cedar point for that reason. We all pay to ride and it blows my top to watch people blow passed the people in line because they paid extra money to so. What a turn off. If you need more profit raise admission tickets a few dollars. Our wait in line is long enough. Fast pass hurts the average kid/teen as now people are getting by them and pushing them further back or delaying the time they would havebeen able to climb into the ride they are waiting for. Please consider making this the first come ,first serve park it used to be. You make us choose to become a line jumper if they want to get more rides in and that hurts all the regular paid riders. I thought you were different from Cedar Point. Please try to be fair to all who visit. Sincerely , Frank Penzin
  • Boatloads of fun! I go every summer and it's always great. Staff is fun. There's plenty of rides for small children enjoy, and plenty of rides for older folks to have fun on. The Ripcord is a real thrill! French fries are surprisedly good. The water park is a blast. Highly recommend for all ages. It's cedar point's little brother.
  • So we just got back from Michigans Adventure out family's yearly trip before school starts but not sure how much longer we are going to keep that up as this place is STUPID expensive after those jack @$$'s from cedar fair baught it and are basically letting it die. $33 if you order online plus a $9.99 processing fee $12.00 to park your car. $4 bottled water from the vending machines $7 dollar sundays, $10 locker rental the cheapest one by the way goes up to $25 and what do you get for that cedar fair inflated prices???? Anyone??? Not a damn thing the same MV we had several years ago that used to be $6 parking and $26 entry and if you had a Coke can you got $3 off and the rides were usally open, today I paid double in some case triple and got less I got the same MV with a 1/4 of the rides were closed so cedar fair does that mean I'll get a refund??. A 1/4 of the ticket cost back??? Because I paid full price for a what should have been a fully operational park. MV used to be an affordable place to take your family with over priced concessions (expected) and neat rides for the price and a cool water park. Now MV it designed to drain every last dollar out of your pocket and for families living on a budget this park certainly doesn't have you in mind. in closing if you're going to charge insane prices you should have some insane rides to at least justify your increased cost. Michigans Adventure is a COMPLETE rip off for the money.
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