Michigan’s Adventure, the state’s largest amusement park, is set to open May 27, just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Camp Snoopy, which opened last year, features family-friendly rides, including the roller coaster Woodstock Express. While younger guests are exploring Camp Snoopy, others might head towards Shivering Timbers or Thunderhawk, which thrill guests with high-speed, airtime adventures.
Hours: Michigan’s Adventure will be open from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. on weekdays. On weekends, the park will remain open until 8 p.m.
WildWater Adventure: The water park opens June 11. It features wave pools, body slides and water rides for all ages. WildWater Adventure will be open from noon until 5 p.m on weekdays and it will remain open until 6 p.m. on weekends.
Michigan’s Adventure COVID-19 Policy
Reservations are not required for any guest. Health screenings are also not required for guests at the park. Guests at Michigan’s Adventure are welcome, but are not required, to wear face coverings during their stay.
The park does recommend that guests take a moment to self-assess for any potential COVID-19 symptoms. The park asks that visitors reschedule their visit if anyone in their group has been exposed to COVID-19, or has experienced any symptoms.
It is recommended that at least one person in a group download the park mobile app on their phone.
Michigan’s Adventure tickets and arrival
Visitors can purchase season passes at Michigan’s Adventure for $18 a month after an initial payment of $25, or $79 total. Visitors can also purchase a Platinum Pass for $230 total or $55 a month after after an initial payment of $65.
Michigan’s Adventure also offers Daily Admission Tickets for $39.99, and a two-day pass for $65.
Group tickets, which must be purchased at least one day before arrival, are $37 apiece. This rate applies to group tickets of 15-99 purchased at the same time.
The park features numerous food options from a slew of on-site vendors, including Coasters and Beach Bites. Visitors can even purchase an All Day Dining pass for $29.99, which allows guests to enjoy and entree and a side every time they choose to stop at one of the participating restaurants.
Michigan’s Adventure is also now cashless, so visitors must bring contactless payment methods such as credit cards, Apple Pay or Google Pay.
For more information, visit the park’s website.
This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Michigan’s Adventure opens May 27: What to know about tickets, park