Michigan might not be very popular when it comes to adventure parks, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have any. We actually have a few different parks located in Michigan. If you live here then you might want to check them out. If you don’t live here then maybe its time you take a vacation near one of these parks and have some fun in your life.
Located in Muskegon
Cost- $26.00 per person plus parking
This is the largest and probably most popular adventure park located in Michigan. They have their regular park, plus their water park called wildwater adventure which is included in your regular admission price. They have over 50 different rides throughout their two parks.
Located in Flint
Cost- Deluxe Tickets $16.00, Adults $12.50 kids under 12
This Adventure Park isn’t filled full with rides like the other one is, its still fun. You will want to purchase the deluxe tickets to make the most out of your day. With the deluxe ticket you will get to ride the train along the Huckleberry railroad for a scenic 40 minute ride. Then you can go on a 45 minute boat ride on a replica of a paddlewheel riverboat. You also get to help make butter, check out 40 different buildings, play checkers and eat old fashioned ice cream. You will find many more things to do and ride some smaller rides while your hear.
Located in Coloma
Price-$10.00 for all Inclusive
This adventure park is great when you have smaller kids. It’s like a petting farm/amusement park combined in one park. You will find amusement rides, food, picnic areas, story time, children’s play land, miniature golf, gold mining, animal petting and feeding and a lot more. Buying the all Inclusive ticket gets you into the park and able to ride all the rides. They also have grills for you to use. You can buy your own food there or bring yours from home.
Nelis Dutch Village Theme Park
Located in Holland
Price-$10.00 Adults, $7.00 for children 3-15
This theme park is like theme parks where over 100 years ago. They have everything set up to look like Holland. The people are dressed up in costumes and they have demonstrations of a lot of crafts that were done back then. You will find dancers, food, witchcraft, cheese making, food tasting and much more. They have a petting zoo, goat walking and dancing lesions for those wanting to get more involved. They have a few rides for the kids as well featuring a giant wooden shoe slide and a Dutch swing ride.