great place and value for family fun. something for everyone. clean , friendly staff usually. parking is a bit expensive. Everything in the park is pricey.
This was our first visit to Michigan's Adventure. For families with younger children, it is a great alternative to Cedar Point (they are owned by the same company), as it is smaller and easier to get around. We did not go to the water park but enjoyed the amusement park. Both Shivering Timbers and Thunderhawk are great coasters. Food choices... More
We love Michigan's Adventure! It's a very small and intimate amusement park and definitely can all be done in one day. The roller coasters are good but not to the level of Cedar Point but the waterpark makes it 100% worth the trip. The cost is a lot less than CP and the waterpark is included in the admission ticket.... More
It's a fun park to visit for a day. Good if you have kids who are young. The waterpark comes free with the price which is good. There aren't really a lot of huge rollercoasters but it is a low cost park. The waterpark has three different sections and is a ton of fun.
We loved our day at Michigan Adventure...my 3 and 6 year old grandchildren rode rides ALL day! The staff was great with them, the lines weren't long, and we can't wait to go again!
I visited here with my family in August 30th.We bought tickets for $29 per person.It included amusement park & water park,I think it was reasonable. Water park was clean,and there were many kinds of pools for all generations. My 6 years old daughter enjoyed grabbing a tube on the Lazy River,and swimming in the wave pool. My 3 years old... More
Michigan's Adventure is a great amusement park for young kids, first timers, or for those that prefer a smaller park that is easy to navigate. I have small kids (5 and 6) and there were tons of rides that they could go on (alone or with an adult) including some of the roller coasters (Zak's Zoomer, Mad Mouse, and the... More
Michigan's Adventure, since being taken over and renovated by the company that owns Cedar Point, is top-notch! It is so clean, beautifully landscaped, and literally, "Two Parks for the Price of One!" I love the one ticket price for the amusement and water park and it is a summer must each year.
I went to Michigan's Adventure last week with my son and brother. We all love waterparks, especially here at Michigan's Adventure. We got there at noon and spent it at the waterpark till around 5:30 pm. Love the three wave pools and lazy river. We also loved the Grand Rapids and falls. We then went on all the rollercoasters and... More
Good parking, easy to find, they offer many group rates and early signup discounts. RV's get to park right outside the entrance gate to the park itself.
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