Michigan Attractions




Michigan attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.


Double JJ Resort Indoor Waterpark

Double JJ Ranch Water Park is a 60,000 square-foot indoor facility located within the Double JJ Ranch Resort in Rothbury. This western themed facility is open year round and includes a lazy river, wave pool and two five-story slide towers with six thrill slides. Other features include a funnel slide and 45-foot wet rock climbing wall where guests can climb up to elevated pools and arcade area.

Children’s play areas include the zero-entry kiddie pool as well as a multi-level interactive water play fort with slides, pipe falls, bubblers and tipping bucket. Kids will also enjoy the log walk or playing volleyball and basketball at the sports activity pool.

For more information on this Michigan theme park, please contact:

Double JJ Resort Indoor Waterpark
5900 Water Road
Rothbury, MI 49452
231-894-4444
www.doublejj.com/waterpark.htm



Full Blast Water Park

Full Blast is a 150,000 square-foot municipal facility with both indoor and outdoor water parks that are open Memorial Day through Labor Day.. Gulley Washer indoor water park features a lazy river and a zero-entry family activity pool with interactive water features and two slides. Flash Flood outdoor water park features a children’s water playground and zero-entry family activity pool with two slides. Full Blast also features a roller rink and the “Imagination Station” soft play area. Pay attractions include a trampoline bungee and the “CyberSpin”.

For more information on this Michigan theme park, please contact:

Full Blast Water Park
35 Hamblin Avenue
Battle Creek, MI 49017
269-966-3667
www.fullblast.org



Fun Tyme Adventure Park

Fun Tyme Adventure Park is a string of small family amusement facilities with locations in Okemos, Grand Ledge and Mason. The Okemos location is open year round with the other two locations operating with various seasonal hours. Attractions include arcades, batting cages, driving ranges, miniature golf and Go Karts. The Okemos location also includes mini bowling. ,br>

For more information on these Michigan amusement parks, please contact:

Fun Tyme Adventure Park - East
3384 James Phillips Drive
Okemos, MI 48864
517-332-7944

Fun Tyme Adventure Park - West
6295 E. Saginaw Highway
Grand Ledge, MI 48837
517-627-6607

Fun Tyme Adventure Park - South
800 North Hogsback Road
Mason, MI 48854
517-676-1942
www.funtymepark.com



Michigan's Adventure & Wildwater Adventure

Michigan's Adventure is a 250-acre theme park in Muskegon that also includes the water park, Wildwater Adventure.

It is Michigan's largest theme park and features over 40 rides and attractions including midway games, bumper cars, paddle boats and full size go-kart track.

Both parks are open May through September with various operating hours and days.

The park’s seven roller coasters include the new “Thunderhawk” suspended coaster, the world-famous wooden coaster, “Shivering Timbers” and Michigan's first wooden coaster, the “Wolverine Wildcat”.

Other coasters include the “Corkscrew”, “Zach’s Zoomer” wooden coaster and the “Big Dipper” and “Mad Mouse” family coasters. Other thrill rides include the “RipCord” and “Falling Star” tower drop.

Family rides include the swinging “Sea Dragon”, “Flying Trapeze” swings and “Trabant” flat ride. Water rides include the ”HydroBlaster”, “Logger’s Run” log flume, “Grand Rapids” raft ride, “Adventure Falls” chute ride. Kiddie rides include a carousel, elephants, “Drummer Boy” and “Winkie the Whale”.

Wildwater Adventure is a 10-acre water park that is included in the price of admission. Attractions include over 20 slides, lazy river and three wave pools that include “Commotion Ocean”, “Tidal Wave” and the intense ”Boogie Beach”.

Thrill slides include the six slides of the “Cyclone” and “Snakepit” slide towers and the “Ridge Rider” and “Wild Slide” body slides. Other thrill slides include the “Slidewinders” body slides, “Funnel of Fear” and the “Mammoth River” and “Mine Shaft” raft rides.

Little ones will enjoy the slides and shallows of “Half Pint Paradise” while older kids will enjoy the three slides of the “Jolly Roger” pirate play ship and the “Treehouse Harbor” water playground with slides, interactive water features and giant tipping bucket.

For more information on this Michigan theme park, please contact:

Michigan's Adventure & Wildwater Adventure
4750 Whitehall Road
Muskegon, MI 49445
231-766-9959
www.miadventure.com



Nelis’ Dutch Village

Nelis’ Dutch Village is a unique 30-acre theme park with attractions that celebrate the beauty and traditions of the Netherlands. Guests get to visit a re-creation of a 19th-century Dutch town that features picturesque brick walkways, canals, manicured gardens and over three dozen buildings with authentic Dutch architecture.

Attractions include Dutch folk dancing exhibits, a wooden shoe factory, slide presentation on Dutch culture and guided tours of the Polder windmill. Rides include a swing ride and an antique Dutch carousel. Other attractions include authentic street organs and various Dutch displays and shops.

For more information on this Michigan theme park, please contact:

Nelis’ Dutch Village
12350 James Street
Holland, MI 49424
800-285-7177
www.dutchvillage.com







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