Michigan’s Adventure Amusement Park & Wild Water Adventure – Muskegon, Michigan

mIchigans adventure.jpgMichigan’s Adventure Amusement Park & Wild Water Adventure – Muskegon, Michigan

How often is it that you get to go to two parks for the admission price of one?  Here you get to go to the Michigan’s Adventure Amusement Park and WildWater Adventure Waterpark for the price of just one ticket!

You will bake a 1,500 ft. long rapid river ride that will take you through a rocky canyon filled with geysers and a waterfall.  What a super way to cool off on a hot day!  The raft holds 9 people that will have you churning rapids, turning and twisting through the river canyon and leaving you wanting more.

There are over 60 rides and attractions at the parks which includes Thunderhawk, the first inverted steel coaster in Michigan.  There is also Shivering Timbers which has historically ranked as one of the top three wood roller coasters in the world.    There is also the Funnel of Fear, RipCord, Go-Karts, Dodg’em Cars, Be-Bop Blvd, Swan Boats and HydroBlaster.

You are not allowed to bring your own food into the park area but there are concession stands for you to get something to eat. 

The park does not close in the rain, some rides may close until the weather passes, for safety reasons, or if there is lightening then the rides stop until that front has passed but the park does not close.

If you have an infant with you there are a couple rides that you may take them on with you such as the chariots of the Carousel, the Giant Gondola Wheel, and the Timbertown Railway.  In the waterpark hand-held infants may be held by a responsible person in the wave pools and the Lazy River (must also wear an infant life jacket), the Lagoon, and in Half Pint Paradise.

WildWater Adventure requires all participants to be in swim suits. Street clothes (athletic clothing, nylon shorts, jean shorts, etc.) are not permitted. Swim suits with metal snaps, buttons, rivets, zippers or built-in flotation devices are not allowed. Life jackets are allowed as long as they have a USCG approval number on them.  Bring your own towels since the park does not supply them.

The rides at the park are rated for their special features such as high speed, steep drops, sharp turns and other dynamic forces so there are restrictions for guests of extreme size (height or weight) which are posted on each ride site.

Tickets: for 2010 prices are: General Admission – 1 day – $26.00, 2 day – $44.00.  Group Rate: when buying 25 or more in one transaction: $24 ea. Parking is $8.00 per day and oversized vehicles are $12.00.

There are some misc. fees that apply if you want to try some of the following:
RipCord – Single Flight $30.00, Double Flight (2 flyers in the same flight) $40 and Triple Flight (3 flyers the same flight) $45.00
Go-Karts – (one trip) $5, Two consecutive trips $8, Go Kart passenger $2, Rocky Point Mini-Golf – $3.00

Rental Items

The items shown below may be rented while at the park. Rentals are for one day only. Scooters are available on first-come, first-served basis, and require a driver’s license and credit card.
Rental Item Fee Dep  Rented From
Stroller $5.00 $5.00  Guest Relations
Double Stroller $15.00 $10.00  Guest Relations
Wagon $15.00 $10.00  Guest Relations
Wheelchair $15.00 $10.00  Guest Relations
Scooter $45.00 $10.00  Guest Relations
Single Tube $4.00 $1.00  Tube Rental
Double Tube $7.00 $1.00  Tube Rental

The park is closed during the fall and winter.

Directions from Grand Rapids / Lansing / Detroit

   1. Take I-96 West to Muskegon
   2. Leave I-96 West by taking exit 1B (Ludington) to change to US-31 North
   3. Leave US-31 North by taking the Russell Rd exit (mile marker 121)
   4. Turn right (North) onto Russell Rd
   5. At the first stop light, turn left (West) onto Riley Thompson Rd
   6. The entrance to Michigan’s Adventure is on Riley Thompson Rd

Directions from Holland / Benton Harbor / South Bend

   1. Take US-31 North to Muskegon
   2. Leave US-31 North by taking the Russell Rd exit (mile marker 121)
   3. Turn right (North) onto Russell Rd
   4. At the first stop light, turn left (West) onto Riley Thompson Rd
   5. The entrance to Michigan’s Adventure is on Riley Thompson Rd

Directions from Ludington

   1. Take US-31 South toward Muskegon
   2. Leave US-31 South by taking the White Lake Dr exit (mile marker 127)
   3. Turn right (West) onto White Lake Dr
   4. At the first stop light, turn left (South) onto Whitehall Rd
   5. Turn left (East) onto Riley Thompson Rd after passing the park
   6. The entrance to Michigan’s Adventure is on Riley Thompson Rd

Directions from Kalamazoo / Battle Creek

   1. Take US-131 North to Grand Rapids
   2. Leave US-131 N by taking I-96 West toward Muskegon
   3. Leave I-96 West by taking exit 1B (Ludington) to change to US-31 North
   4. Leave US-31 North by taking the Russell Rd exit (mile marker 121)
   5. Turn right (North) onto Russell Rd
   6. At the first stop light, turn left (West) onto Riley Thompson Rd
   7. The entrance to Michigan’s Adventure is on Riley Thompson Rd

Directions from Saginaw / Alma / Howard City

   1. Take M-46 West toward Muskegon
   2. Leave M-46 West by taking the US-31 North exit
   3. Leave US-31 North by taking the Russell Rd exit (mile marker 121)
   4. Turn right (North) onto Russell Rd
   5. At the first stop light, turn left (West) onto Riley Thompson Rd
   6. The entrance to Michigan’s Adventure is on Riley Thompson Rd

Location: Michigan’s Adventure, 4750 Whitehall Rd, Muskegon, MI 49445

Phone: 231.766.3377     – General Information

Email: General Information     – info@miadventure.com

 

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