I received complimentary tickets to Michigan's Adventure in order to facilitate this review
Michigan's Adventure is celebrating their 60th Anniversary this year. We had the chance to go last weekend and it was a fun family affair for everyone. Located in Muskegon Michigan it is only miles from the beach and Lake Michigan. This was about a 3.5 hour drive from us.
There were so many rides to do and so many diverse rides. Perfect for families of all ages. There were Children's Rides, Family Friendly Rides, Roller Coasters and more.
For 1 price you can visit Michigan's Adventure as well as WildWater Adventure which is within the park. We went on a day that was 85 and so we had a complete blast at the WildWater.
Kids water area. Meant for children 48" or under.
Wave Pool!! Fun for all ages. Children under 48" are REQUIRED to wear a life vest (provided by park)
Lazy River, This was the kids and I favorite. We can't swim, so this is fun to just wade around and ride around in the inner tubes.
This is their iconic water slide "Funnel of Fear". You come down the slide and then move back and forth within the drum. It takes a while to get to the bottom!
Of course they have an amazing Ferris Wheel
and NEW this year is their Funland Farm. A little Petting Zoo
There are plenty of places to eat and shop within the park as well. Simple things like cotton candy and snacks, but also more complex restaurants, like a full diner and places to get pizza and hot dogs.
At the end of the day we got Frozen Smoothies from a little place.
There is also an arcade in the middle of the park. Lots to do and explore. Some of the shops offer sunglasses, swimsuits and towels in case you forget yours.
We had a total blast and if you're local to the park, I definitely recommend visiting. Things to do for people of all ages and it's a perfect theme park to visit.
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Cedar Fair Entertainment Company in conjunction with Blog Meets Brand, and I have been compensated for my participation. All opinions are my own.