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The Michigan's Adventure Public Relations Department welcomes inquiries and visits from credentialed members of the news media for the production of high quality news features and programs about Michigan's Adventure and WildWater Adventure. High resolution images of Michigan's Adventure rides and attractions are available for accredited news media outlets by contacting the park's Marketing Department. Michigan's Adventure and WildWater Adventure logos are also available.

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Laure Bollenbach
Director of Marketing
Michigan's Adventure
4750 Whitehall Rd
Muskegon, MI 49445
Office: 231.766.9959 (News Media Calls Only)
Fax: 231.766.3804

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Reimagined area features family-friendly roller coaster, playground and four additional rides

MUSKEGON, MI, August 15, 2019 — Michigan’s Adventure will debut its new Peanuts® themed kids’ area, Camp Snoopy, for Spring of 2020.  Camp Snoopy will feature five family rides, including a family-friendly roller coaster and beautiful natural landscaping with plenty of shaded seating and pathways that offer something to explore around every corner.

For 2020, Camp Snoopy adds five new rides aimed to please families with kids from toddlers to tweens:

  • Woodstock Express: Little thrill seekers can join parents and grandparents on this family roller coaster with plenty of ups and downs, just like the flight of Snoopy’s best bird buddy.
  • Beagle Scout Lookout: Adventurers board a version of a colorful hot air balloon and float high in the sky.
  • Mud Buggies: Kids climb aboard their very own all-terrain vehicle for a bouncy ride.
  • Camp Bus: This fun family ride takes passengers soaring up and down and all around on a wacky bus with Snoopy in the driver’s seat.
  • Trail Blazers: Riders buckle in and zoom around a track, like an off-road expedition. 

In addition, the new Beagle Scout Acres features a large climb-and-play structure with lots of interactive features and things to climb.  

“The significant expansion and imaginative theming of our children’s attractions reinforces Michigan’s Adventure as one of the region’s top destinations for families,” said Camille Jourden-Mark, Vice President and General Manager at Michigan’s Adventure. “The new Camp Snoopy joins attractions such as the award-winning Shivering Timbers roller coaster and WildWater Adventure water park in providing our guests with unique opportunities for creating family memories for generations to come.”

Season passes for the 2020 season are currently on sale at the lowest price of the season.  Guests purchasing a 2020 season pass will receive unlimited visits during the 2019 season.  Michigan’s Adventure opens for the 2020 season in May.  For more details visit 


Muskegon, MI –August 25, 2016-New thrills will be coming to Michigan’s Adventure in 2017 with the addition of a new water park attraction that is sure to excite families and young children.

Half Pint Paradise will be completely revamped with all new equipment including seven new children’s slides. In addition, a new Splash Pad will offer a variety of interactive water play features shaped to reflect a sailboat navigating through fish, a sea serpent, and other sea creatures to stimulate the imagination for kids of all ages. Dumping water structures and bubbling geysers surround the features and make playtime exciting to the delight and engagement of younger park goers.

The Beach Party and Half Pint Paradise areas will be reconfigured so that guests can move easily between the two family play areas with improved visibility. This will offer families with small thrill seekers the opportunity to concentrate their fun into an area designed just for them. Additional seating with shaded areas, plus private cabanas offer both relaxation and comfort for families seeking summertime fun!

The new addition to the park will also allow for a new entrance to Funnel of Fear making navigation of the waterpark easier for everyone.

Michigan’s Adventure is the largest amusement park and water park in Michigan offering over 60 rides and attractions for thrill seekers of all ages.

Now is the best time to purchase a 2017 season pass at the lowest price of the season. Guests who purchase a 2017 season pass before the park closes for the season can enjoy one free visit in 2016.

Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure are open daily through September 5. Michigan’s Adventure will be open for one additional weekend on September 10 & 11.

Michigan’s Adventure is owned and operated by Cedar Fair Entertainment Company, a publicly traded partnership that is listed for trading on The New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “FUN.” In addition to Michigan’s Adventure, Cedar Fair owns and operates 10 other amusement parks, three outdoor water parks, one indoor water park, and five hotels. Cedar Fair also operates the Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park in California under a management contract.


Muskegon, Michigan-March 14, 2016-Michigan’s Adventure will be celebrating six decades of family fun, thrills and memories in 2016 with new events and a special attraction.

To commemorate the park’s 60th Anniversary, Michigan’s Adventure will be bringing back a petting farm. Funland Farm will be the name of the new area with “Funland” being reminiscent of the Deer Park Funland days.

Funland Farm will feature a variety of animals, including llamas, alpacas, a mini horse and a miniature donkey. Families will have the opportunity to interact with the animals and create new photos and memories to last a lifetime. With the return of furry friends in 2016, guests will be able to learn about the animals with their children and grandchildren. Park guests will be able to feed and interact with the animals in a clean, barnyard style environment located near the Mad Mouse.

Deer Park was established in 1956 as a small animal park featuring deer, Freddie the llama, Storybook Lane and a variety of barnyard animals. Eventually, the park grew and added amusement park attractions and a waterpark. Michigan’s Adventure has been helping families build memories for generations in a safe, family-friendly environment. Deer Park Funland’s name was changed to Michigan’s Adventure in 1988. That same year Michigan’s first wooden roller coaster, the Wolverine Wildcat, was built. Michigan’s largest waterpark, WildWater Adventure opened in August of 1990. Michigan’s Adventure joined Cedar Fair Entertainment Company in 2001.

The park will also offer special Throwback Thursdays on Facebook showcasing images from the park’s history and a contest encouraging guests to share their memories on Instagram. The events calendar has also been expanded to include a special celebration on Grandparents Day.

Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure will celebrate opening weekend on Memorial Day Weekend, May 28. Season passes are available to guests at a discounted rate through May 30. Daily admission specials are available at

Michigan’s Adventure is owned and operated by Cedar Fair Entertainment Company, a publicly traded partnership that is listed for trading on The New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “FUN.” In addition to Michigan’s Adventure, Cedar Fair owns and operates ten other amusement parks, three water parks, one indoor water park, and five hotels. Cedar Fair also operates the Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park in California under a management contract.

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Two Parks, One Price!

Families enjoy two great parks (Michigan's Adventure and WildWater Adventure) for the price of one. Tickets can be purchased in advance on the park's website, including Pay Once, Visit Twice tickets. These tickets do not need to be used on consecutive days and cuts the cost of a visit while extending the time to experience everything Michigan's Adventure and WildWater Adventure have to offer. 

The benefits of planning in advance are readily available online.

The majority of guests visiting Michigan's Adventure today reach for their keyboard before they reach for their car keys. The benefits of advance planning are readily available through the park's new e-commerce platform. Whether it's a ticket, daily parking, special food and beverage offerings, or game vouchers, they are easily purchased ahead of time, making a visit to the park better before it begins. 

Michigan's Adventure is home to one of the world's best roller coasters.

Roller coaster enthusiasts from coast-to-coast travel to Michigan in the summer in search of one thing: Shivering Timbers.  The longest and fastest wooden roller coaster in Michigan is full of thrill-inducing drops and high-speed turns.  Reaching speeds up to 65 mph, Shivering Timbers delivers an abundance of airtime for riders!  The ride is annually ranked as one of the best wooden roller coasters in the world by Amusement Today readers.