Have some questions about all the fun you can have at Michigan's Adventure? Well, you've come to the right place. Here's a list of tips and information to address some of the most common questions we hear from our guests, along with easy access to our Guest Assistance Guide with all of the details you could want.
Shivering Timbers 48"
Thunderhawk 52" (up to 78")
Wolverine Wildcat - 48"
Mad Mouse 48", 44-48" accompanied by a supervising companion
Zach's Zoomer 46", 40-46" accompanied by a supervising companion
Big Dipper 42", 36-42" accompanied by a supervising companion
Adventure Falls 46"
Bumper Boats 54", 44-54" accompanied by a supervising companion
Grand Rapids 46", 42-46" accompanied by a supervising companion
Logger's Run 46", 36-46" accompanied by a supervising companion
Flying Trapeze 48"
Carousel 46" or accompanied by a supervising companion
Drummer Boy (no hand held infants)
Frog Hopper 36"
Giant Gondola Wheel 48" or accompanied by a supervising companion (no hand held infants)
Scrambler 48", 36-48" and accompanied by a supervising companion
Sea Dragon 48" or accompanied by a supervising companion (no hand held infants)
Speed Splashers (no hand held infants)
Swan Boats 54" or accompanied by a supervising companion (no hand held infants)
Thunderbolt 46", 42-46" and accompanied by a supervising companion
Tilt-a-Whirl 46" or accompanied by a supervising companion (no hand held infants)
Timbertown Railway 46" or accompanied by a supervising companion
Trabant 48", 42-48" and accompanied by a supervising companion
Winky the Whale (no hand held infants)
Kiddie Cars under 54" (no hand-held infants)
Motorcycles under 54" (no hand-held infants)
Beach Party 36" minimum
Boogie Beach 42" and under must be accompanied by a supervising companion
Commotion Ocean 42" and under must be accompanied by a supervising companion
Cyclone Zone 42" minimum
Funnel of Fear 48" minimum
Half Pint Paradise
Lagoon family attraction
Lazy River family attraction
Mammoth River 48" minimum
Mine Shaft 48" minimum
Paradise Plunge/Tropical Twist family attraction
Ridge Rider/Wild Slide 48" minimum
Slidewinders 48" minimum
Snake Pit 42" minimum
Tidal Wave Pool 42" and under must be accompanied by a supervising companion
Shirts, shoes and shorts/pants are required in the amusement park at all times. To maintain the family atmosphere at Michigan's Adventure, a dress code is enforced. Please do not wear clothing that is generally considered offensive (profanity, suggestive pictures, thong swimwear, etc.). We will ask you to remove the offensive garment and replace it with something more appropriate. Guests are prohibited from wearing anything which conceals the guest's true identity.
There are lockers at the front entrance as well as at the entrance to the waterpark. If you plan to use the waterpark attractions, you should rent a locker at the waterpark as shirts, shorts and shoes are required in the amusement park at all times. Locker rentals allow unlimited use during the day.
Guests with small children who do not meet the requirements of height restricted rides may obtain a Parent Swap pass at the Group Sales Office.
Michigan's Adventure does not have a kennel, and pets are not allowed inside the park. We strongly suggest that guests do not bring pets to the park for any reason. Pets should never be left in a parked vehicle.
Outside Food and Beverages
Outside food, beverages or coolers are not allowed in the park. Special diet/need items may be kept in a small cooler, which must be tagged at the Group Sales Office at the entrance to the park. Grilling/alcoholic beverages are not allowed anywhere at the Park, including the parking lot.
Inclement Weather and Rain
Michigan's Adventure does not close due to poor weather. On rainy days, some rides may close for safety reasons, and will be re-opened as soon as safely possible. If lightning is overhead, all rides will close until the lightning passes. The park remains open, and the rides will re-open as soon as the lightning has passed and it is safe to do so.
The waterpark does not open on days when the air temperature does not reach 65 degrees within 2 hours of opening. Temperature does not affect the operation of the amusement park.
Rain checks or refunds are not available.
Hand Stamps and Re-Entry
Guests are free to leave and re-enter the park the same day. When leaving, please get a handstamp at the front entrance. Please note that ticket stubs or receipts are not valid for re-admission. Please note that we do not validate parking passes; there is a fee to re-enter the parking lot if you leave it.
ATMs are available in the following locations:
- Snoopy Boutique just inside the front entrance
- Wildwater Outfitter's at the entrance to the waterpark
While cameras are welcome in the park, picture taking is stricly prohibited on most attractions, including all roller coasters.
Hand-held infants are restricted from most rides. Hand-held infants may be taken on the chariots of the Carousel and the Timbertown Railway. In the waterpark hand-held infants may be held by a supervising companion in the wave pools and the Lazy River (must also wear an infant life jacket), the Lagoon, and in Half Pint Paradise.
Wheelchair and Stroller/Wagon Rental Costs
$15.00 (plus a $10.00 deposit)
$15.00 (plus a $10.00 deposit)
$20.00 (plus a $10.00 deposit)
$15.00 (plus a $10.00 deposit)
$60.00 (plus a $10.00 deposit)
* Prices are subject to change without notice.
Smoking, including e-cigarettes, is allowed in designated areas only.
Michigan's Adventure Drone Policy
All drones (Unmanned Aerial Systems) are prohibited at (in) all Cedar Fair parks, including Michigan's Adventure, and any unauthorized drone(s) observed over Michigan's Adventure will be reported to the FAA and local law enforcement, regardless of its point of origin or operation. Drones may pose a potential safety risk and may violate Federal Aviation Administration guidelines.
Michigan's Adventure Security Procedures
The safety of our guests and associates is our number one priority, and we have implemented several enhanced security procedures at the front gate. As part of the process:
- Guests arriving at the park will go through metal detection every public operating day.
- All bags, purses, backpacks, waist packs, etc. will be examined prior to entering.
- Sharp objects (including pocket knives and metal chains), firearms, or other items that could be considered a weapon are strictly prohibited and should be left at home or secured in your vehicle.
- Please see our separate FAQ on outside food and beverages.
We use a variety of methods in securing our parks including uniformed security personnel and video surveillance monitoring.
Michigan's Adventure does not tolerate guests who fight and/or harass other guests while on our property. People who engage this behavior are subject to being ejected and potentially banned from the park, and may be subject to arrest by local police.
What procedures do you have in place to minimize the spread of illness amongst your guests?
We are strict and thorough in the steps we take and the processes we use to keep our properties safe and promote a healthy environment. To protect our guests and associates and prevent the spread of illness, we employ rigorous sanitation standards and robust cleaning procedures, including:
- Extensive training for associates on maintaining a safe and hygienic workplace and environment for our guests;
- Appropriate personal protective clothing and gear for associates who are assigned for cleaning duties;
- Specified intervals for frequent cleaning and disinfection of targeted areas throughout the day;
- Procedures for cleaning and disinfection of areas throughout the day and where illness has been suspected or reported;
- Quick response to spills, trash and other situations;
- Daily sanitation procedures, for everything from bathroom faucets and sinks to kitchen and dining surfaces, benches and trash cans;
- Daily cleaning and “wash down” of outdoors locations, including walkways and queue lines;
- Guest and associate first aid locations to assist with minor health issues.
We maintain close relationships with local, state, national, and international public health authorities, and take their guidance when additional preventive measures are needed.