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Michigan's Adventure, Muskegon

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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. Put Michigan's Adventure on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Muskegon vacation planner.
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  • This is not a big or fancy amusement park....but we had a lot of fun there. Most of the staff were very friendly. The water park is great. Well worth the money to go there. My teens had so much fun on...  more »
  • Lots of fun and loved making some great memories with our grandchildren. Reasonable prices and very clean.  more »
  • It was a typical waterpark, $13 for parking was a bit steep I thought. I went on a few rides, most of the lines were too long or shut down. There were no employees smiling at all ANYWHERE. Might give ...  more »
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  • My first trip here was amazing. The park was so spacious that I spent 9 hours here and didn't see every ride. My 10 year old son loved seeing the different Peanut's cartoon characters walking around the park. We did roller coasters in the morning, water park in the afternoon, and back to roller coasters in the evening. Four of us split 2 drink day pass cups that allow refills every 15 minutes and two meal plans that allow an entree and side every 90 minutes and never were hungry. I didn't like the pizza but the burgers, tenders, and chicken sandwiches, all tasted great! However If you are on a tight budget, you can always pack lunches and eat in the parking lot because re-entry is allowed. Also if you have money to burn, they have carnival games and an arcade. In the water park, I recommend riding the funnel of fear, it is an amazing 4 person tube ride you won't soon forget. In the theme park side, if you are scared of heights like I am, the madmouse roller coaster will make you squeal in both fear and delight. My only disappointment about the park, is that it is over 2 hours away. I highly recommend this park for a fun field day trip and I will be back again.
  • I love this park. It is fairly cheap with the 2 parks for the price of one. My biggest complaint is that there isn't a discount for elderly or handicapped people who cannot ride on anything. My grandma always has to pay full price just to walk around with everyone for the day and it would be nice to get a discount. The park is very clean, even the bathrooms are well kept. The wooden roller coasters are great but they can be a pretty rough ride so you need to be in good shape to ride them without feeling sore.
  • The Park is nice but most of the workers hate working here and it shows. I'm sure half of them can't even spell there own name. The family buffet is $15 per person and that only for one sitting. We went back to grab a little snack and they wanted to charge us again. The food was horrible, pop machines ran out of syrup and two flavors were switched. All the wave pools weren't working. The life guards kept saying "5 more minutes" every 20 min and they waves never came. Finally we asked a manager and he said they are all broken. Well why the F wouldn't you at least tell the consumers. I would pay $15 tops if I went again. Pretty much a disappointment.
  • Visited on 7/1/17 had to purchase an extra ticket when we arrived. The whole place is cash only, who carries cash on them these days. Their ATMs won't accept my card so I can't pull any cash from my accounts which is wonderful. Good thing the kids had some cash on them or I would have had to sit outside while they had fun. Now for the $80 cabana rental, not worth $80 AT all. No place to change or store your belongings safely. It's basically just a tent with chairs. The all you can eat food is disgusting, again cash only since one of our group lost their ticket stub by time we got there. Definitely will be the last time I come to this park.
  • Rides fun bought 4 all day eat wrist bands very on happy with the food at costar. Calf the one with the old car in front got hamber & fries and chicken strips. At 12:00 pm cold and the fries. Were. Cold and. Hard. Couldn't. Eat and then at about 4:00pm tried. The pizza. And bread stick it didn't. Take 5 minutes for or food both places what they do pure cook it. Waste of about what $120.00 dollars we came from battle creek mi next time we will pack our food was very ill from this and I will and have told people. That are coming don't. Eat the food thank Tina.S

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