While standing on the ground looking up, you might think that the Mad Mouse ride at Michigan’s Adventure is a mild-mannered, oversized kiddie coaster. But, just you wait. There’s something quite different about this coaster that makes it stand out in a crowd. Think about your typical roller coaster, particularly the turns. Most are “banked,” meaning they tilt up a bit so you don’t feel the whip quite as much. Alas, not so with “wild mouse” types of roller coasters like Mad Mouse. This sneaky ride is host to a series of completely flat, hairpin (therefore, hair-raising) turns with enough G-force to make you think you’re going to fly into tomorrow. After the boomerang-like sharp turns, you fly down several hills with your stomach left far behind. With all these wacky, kick-back features, it’s no wonder this ride is called Mad Mouse.
Height Requirement: 48" minimum, or 44" and accompanied by a supervising companion
Rider Safety Information
- Min Height Accompanied
- Min Height Alone
- This is a medium-high speed steel roller coaster with quick dips and sharp curves. The lift hill is 68 feet high.
- An individual lap bar and seatbelt secures each rider across the thighs and pelvis. Due to the nature of the restraint, this ride may not accommodate guests of a larger size.
- Riders must have a minimum of three functioning extremities. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead of three functioning extremities if the guest has a normal center of gravity and lower extremities are sufficiently strong to maintain proper riding posture under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputations must be at the knee or below.
- Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, broken collar bone, full or braced arm cast are not permitted on the ride.
- Alternate access is available via the ride exit, located to the right of the main entrance, where guests will encounter an incline. Riders will need to take several steps on their own or with the assistance of a companion, and up into the ride unit, between a 10” wide side-opening.
- Please do not use the ride restraints for support while entering and exiting, as they will shift.
- Visit our Guest Assistance Guide for additional Accessibility information.