Welcome Back for Michigan's Adventure & Wildwater Adventure's Reopening

Park: 11 AM - 6 PM | Waterpark: Closed | View Hours
Tickets & Reservations Now Available

You are invited to purchase tickets that include a reservation. Please note that your preferred visit date may not be available.

Michigan's Adventure Reopening Protocols

When Michigan's Adventure opens, we want you to have an AMAZING day and feel safe when visiting, so we developed an extensive coronavirus reopening plan – new processes and enhanced procedures throughout the park to help reduce the spread of germs. We’re all in this together and by working together you can safely and confidently enjoy the thrills, giggles, and endless smiles that only Michigan's Adventure can deliver.  

This page provides you with essential information for what you will need to do before you arrive at Michigan's Adventure, what you’ll see and experience when you arrive, and how to make the most of your visit—safely—when you get here. 

Changes from Last Season: 

  • Reservations will be required for Single Day Ticketholders visiting Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure. Season Passholders will not need to make reservations at this time.
  • Admission tickets must be purchased online and cannot be purchased at the park. 
  • Temperature checks for guests have been discontinued at the front gate. 
  • The health screen questionnaire will be conducted by associates at the front gate and will not be through the Michigan's Adventure mobile app. 
  • There will be no limitations to ride capacity. 

Reservations Required
Reservations will be required for Single Day Ticket guests.


Mobile App
At least one member of your group should have the park mobile app on their phone.


Face Coverings
Unless fully vaccinated, face coverings are required indoors unless eating or drinking.


Health Screenings
Health screenings will be required for all guests and associates.


Hand Sanitization
Hand sanitization stations have been added throughout the park.


Use of Location Services
Enabling the Location Services feature in the park app allows us to send you real-time updates.

Before You Leave Home

Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure* will open with limited capacity. You will need to purchase a ticket including your reservation or Season Passes online in advance for your visit. Here are details about what to do, what to pack, and what you can expect.  

While planning your trip to the park, please take a moment to self-assess for any potential COVID-19 symptoms. Please reschedule your visit for another day if you or anyone in your group has been exposed to or experienced any symptoms of COVID-19 within the past 10 days. 

*WildWater Adventure will open on June 19, 2021. 

Season Passholders 

  • Season Passholders do not need to make a reservation to visit Michigan’s Adventure or WildWater Adventure, but you must purchase your Season Pass online or on the Michigan's Adventure mobile app prior to visiting the park. Season Passes will not be available for purchase at the front gate. Please Note: WildWater Adventure opens on June 19, 2021. Any visits through June 18, 2021 include Michigan’s Adventure only. Visits from June 19, 2021 and beyond include both Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure.
  • If you need to purchase a parking pass, we recommend you do so now to avoid paying at the parking toll booth. 
     

Single Day Ticketholders Who Have Not Yet Purchased A Ticket 

  • If you have not yet purchased your single day ticket, you may do so on our Daily Tickets page. Any ticket purchased from this page includes your reservation. Please Note: WildWater Adventure opens on June 19, 2021. Any visits through June 18, 2021 include Michigan’s Adventure only. Visits from June 19, 2021 and beyond include both Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure. 
  • After you have purchased your ticket including a reservation, you will receive a confirmation screen and shortly thereafter, an email confirmation. These will help you confirm that the transaction was processed. 
  • The reservation will be attached to your ticket and you will only need to present it to be scanned for entry. Please note that each single day ticket guest must have a valid admission ticket to enter the park in addition to the reservation. 
  • If you need to purchase a parking pass, we recommend you do so now to avoid paying at the parking toll booth. 

 

Ticket Guests Who Purchased Any Ticket Prior to 5/18/2021, Any Two Day Ticket or Any Ticket Through an Authorized Reseller 

Any guest who purchased a ticket prior to May 18, 2021, any Two Day Ticket or any ticket through an authorized reseller will not need to make a reservation to visit Michigan's Adventure or WildWater Adventure. This includes tickets purchased on miadventure.com, from third-party resellers or complimentary tickets. Simply visit the park on any public operating day of your choice during the 2021 season.  

Please Note: WildWater Adventure opens on June 19, 2021. Any visits through June 18, 2021 include Michigan’s Adventure only. Visits from June 19, 2021 and beyond include both Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure.

 

What to Pack Before You Arrive 

  • Your Season Pass, mobile, or printed tickets.  
  • A face covering for each guest age 2 years and older who is not fully vaccinated. All guests age 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated are required to wear face coverings while indoors except while waiting in line for or participating in water attractions, or actively eating or drinking. Face coverings are recommended but not required indoors or outdoors for guests who are fully vaccinated. Face coverings should completely cover the nose and mouth, and not have exhalation valves or vents, which allows virus particles to escape. 
  • Contactless payment method (other than cash) such as credit card, Apple Pay, and Google Pay. 
  • A mobile phone with the Michigan’s Adventure app downloaded and "Location Services" enabled. It is recommended that at least one person in your group should have the app downloaded to their mobile device. 

When You Arrive

Our reopening plan calls for new arrival processes to prepare everyone for a safe and successful day at the park. Here’s what you’ll see and experience when you arrive at Michigan's Adventure: 

  1. At the Michigan’s Adventure parking toll booth, we will ask you for proof of parking payment. If you do not have a parking voucher, you may pay with a cashless payment method such as a credit card, Apple Pay or Google Pay. 
  2. As you approach the front gate, you will be asked to confirm that no one in your party has been exposed to or experienced any symptoms of COVID-19 within the past 10 days. If your group does not pass the health assessment, we will ask you to reschedule your visit to a different date. 
  3. At the gate, our Michigan's Adventure bag policy remains in place.  
  4. At our touchless turnstiles, scan your Season Pass or single day ticket inside the mobile app and let the fun begin!  
     

For everyone’s safety, all associates working in the park must complete a health assessment each day before reporting to work. We’re all in this together!

When You’re in the Park

You’re here and that means it’s time for AMAZING! To help you enjoy your day, here’s what you’ll see and experience inside the park.  

Reminders and Protocols

The coronavirus has created a new way of life for everyone. Here are some reminders and protocols to keep in mind when you visit the park:

  • Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds. We have many hand sanitizer stations all through the park. 
  • Avoid touching your face.  
  • All guests age 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated are required to wear face coverings while indoors except while waiting in line for or participating in water attractions, or actively eating or drinking. Face coverings are recommended but not required indoors or outdoors for guests who are fully vaccinated. Face coverings should completely cover the nose and mouth, and not have exhalation valves or vents, which allows virus particles to escape. 
  • Be in the know about all things Michigan's Adventure with our mobile app. You can find nearby hand sanitizer stations, restrooms, open dining locations, and available attractions and rides.  
  • Use contactless forms of payment, including credit cards, Apple Pay, and Google Pay. 
  • For the comfort of all guests, smoking is only permitted in the parking lot
     

Restrooms 

Everyone knows restrooms can be a source of germs, so we want you to know we are following strict guidelines to help you have a safe experience. We are:  

  • Routinely cleaning and sanitizing our restrooms throughout the day. 
     

Because we’re all in this together, please make sure to wash your hands after using the restroom. 
 

Rides and Attractions 

To avoid the spread of germs, here’s what you’ll see and experience at our rides and attractions:  

  • Seats, restraints, headrests, and armrests will be cleaned routinely. 


Dining

We know delicious, fun food is a special part of the Michigan's Adventure experience and we’ve got you covered. Here’s what you’ll see and experience when enjoying our scrumptious food and beverages:  

  • Some dining locations will not be available. See the mobile app for open dining locations.   
  • All disposable products, including pre-wrapped utensils.  
  • Plastic barriers between guests and associates.  
  • Contactless payments, including credit cards, Apple Pay, and Google Pay are encouraged.


Shops, Merchandise, and Games

  • It’s very important to continue wearing your face-covering in indoor locations if you are age 2 or older and are not fully vaccinated.
  • Contactless payment is encouraged where possible. 
  • Some of our indoor merchandise locations have been closed. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Before You Leave Home

Unfortunately, no. Currently, we must limit the number of guests at the park. You must purchase your Season Pass or ticket online or on the Michigan's Adventure mobile app prior to visiting the park.

Only Single Day Ticket guests will need to make a reservation prior to visiting Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure. Season Passholders do not need to make a reservation. 

Please Note: WildWater Adventure opens on June 19, 2021. Any visits through June 18, 2021 include Michigan’s Adventure only. Visits from June 19, 2021 and beyond include both Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure. 

If you are part of a planned group visit to the park or have Group Sales tickets, contact your group organizer/leader for details. Group organizers/leaders should contact their park sales representatives directly.

If you purchased your ticket somewhere other than the park website, you do not need to make a reservation. Simply visit the park on any public operating day of your choice during the 2021 season. 

Please Note: WildWater Adventure opens on June 19, 2021. Any visits through June 18, 2021 include Michigan’s Adventure only. Visits from June 19, 2021 and beyond include both Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure. 

Each visiting Single Day Ticket guest will need a specific dated ticket purchased online in advance to enter the park. The date you are visiting must match the date on your single day ticket purchase.  

If you purchased your ticket before May 18, 2021 or purchased somewhere other than the park website, you do not need to make a reservation to visit. Simply visit the park on any public operating day of your choice during the 2021 season. 

Season Passholders do not need to make a reservation to visit. 

Please Note: WildWater Adventure opens on June 19, 2021. Any visits through June 18, 2021 include Michigan’s Adventure only. Visits from June 19, 2021 and beyond include both Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure. 

You may purchase tickets including reservations online now.  

Please contact the park to reschedule your visit during the 2021 season. Tickets will not be extended to 2022.

Platinum Passholders wanting to visit other Cedar Fair parks should visit the website of the park they want to visit to view their visitation policies/make a reservation. 

No, you will not be able to purchase Season Passes or tickets at the park. Please purchase your Season Pass or ticket online prior to visiting the park.

As a new Passholder without a Season Pass card, you will need to process your Season Pass. To make this easier and contact-free, you can now handle this online.  

Simply create or login to your Michigan’s Adventure website account, click “Manage Passes”, click “ADD MY PASS” and enter the Ticket ID you received when you purchased online along with any other outstanding profile information. Once you’ve completed adding your pass, you’re all set to visit. You can even add your pass to the mobile app for quick and convenient entry into the park. 

If you are unable to visit the park on the selected date, please visit our Booking Portal to adjust your visit date. To cancel your reservation, please call 231-766-9959.

The reservation is attached to a specific ticket and cannot be transferred to another guest.

It is not required, but it is strongly recommended that you purchase parking in advance online before visiting the park.  

Platinum Season Passes include parking so you just need to have your Season Pass available to be scanned at the parking tollbooth.  

Some ticket packages include parking, so you just need to have the barcode for that package available to be scanned at the parking tollbooth.  

Otherwise, please purchase a parking voucher online. One voucher is needed per car. This will be scanned at the parking tollbooth.

Any of the following symptoms that are not caused by a known chronic health condition:  

  • Fever (100.4°F / 38°C or higher)  
  • Difficulty breathing  
  • Unusual fatigue  
  • Cold or flu-like symptoms  
  • Repeated shaking / chills  
  • New loss of taste or smell  
  • Cough  
  • Muscle pain  
  • Headache  
  • Sore throat  
  • Congestion or runny nose  
  • Nausea  
  • Diarrhea  

Additionally, you could be contagious if you have been in direct contact with a close relative, roommate or neighbor who has been diagnosed with the coronavirus or been told by a health care professional or employer you may have been exposed to the coronavirus. 

You do not need to complete a health assessment questionnaire prior to arriving at the park. Instead, as you approach the front gate, you will be asked to confirm that no one in your party has been exposed to or experienced any symptoms of COVID-19 within the past 10 days. If your group does not pass the health assessment, we will ask you to reschedule your visit to a different date.

If everyone in your family or group has been exposed to the person who has symptoms, it’s best if everyone in your party to stay home and reschedule your visit.

When You Arrive

Yes, the health screen questionnaire will continue to be required for all guests and park associates prior to entering the park.

The health and safety of our guests and associates remains our top priority. After consulting with medical experts and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we have decided to discontinue temperature checks, except where required by state or local jurisdictions. The pandemic has shown temperature screening will not be completely effective because individuals who have no symptoms associated with COVID-19, or those with mild non-specific symptoms, may not realize they are infected and may pass through screening.

One of the things we’ve learned in this pandemic, and it’s been talked about a lot over the past year, is that a lot of people transmit the virus with no symptoms or fever. As noted above, the pandemic has shown temperature screening will not be completely effective because individuals who have no symptoms associated with COVID-19, or those with mild non-specific symptoms, may not realize they are infected and may pass through screening. As more is learned and understood about COVID-19, guidelines and recommendations from the CDC and others have evolved. 

When You're in the Park

Due to capacity restraints and other factors, some locations may not be available. 

According to the CDC, it’s important for everyone to continue using all the tools available to help stop this pandemic as we learn more about how vaccines will affect the spread of COVID-19. The CDC also said it’s still evaluating reinfection risks. While relatively rare, reinfection has happened, and the virus continues to spread and develop variants, some of which have been more contagious than previous strains.

Face coverings are strongly recommended but not required indoors or outdoors for guests who are fully vaccinated.

Per our normal operating guidelines and in compliance with the CDC, we are routinely cleaning and sanitizing our restrooms throughout the day.

You may exit and re-enter the park. You will need to obtain a re-entry voucher at the exit and will need to go through the entry procedures again including metal detection.

You are welcome to stay as long as you like until the park closes for the day.