Amusement Rides The Best Rides at Michigan's Adventure  

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List of the best rides at Michigan's Adventure, including photos, types of rides, and more information. This ranked list of the best Michigan's Adventure attractions includes roller coasters, kids rides, indoor / dark rides, and water rides, as well as parades, live shows, and Michigan's Adventure tours. The rides on this list have been voted on by amusement park fans and Michigan's Adventure enthusiasts. From the newest rides at Michigan's Adventure to the classics that have been around forever, this is a list of all the most famous attractions at Michigan's Adventure. The list includes stuff like Wolverine Wildcat and Corkscrew, giving you a breadth of choices.

The list you're viewing is made up of many different rides, like Shivering Timbers and Thunderhawk.

This list answers the questions, "What are the best rides at Michigan's Adventure?"
Shivering Timbers is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Best Rides at Michigan's Adventure
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Shivering Timbers

Shivering Timbers is a wooden roller coaster at Michigan's Adventure in Muskegon County, Michigan. It was developed and built by Custom Coasters International. Opened in May 1998, Shivering Timbers debuted for the park's 30th year in operation and was a success. Construction for the ride began in 1997. The trains were made by Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters. The ride's out and back layout is 5383 feet long, making it the 6th longest wooden roller coaster in the world. The ride has been retracked by Martin & Vleminckx. ...more on Wikipedia

Park: Michigan's Adventure

Opened In: 1998-05-23

Ride Type: Roller coaster

Height (m): 37.1856

Max Speed (km/h): 91.732608

G Force: 3.8

Drop (m): 32.6136

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Thunderhawk is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Best Rides at Michigan's Adventure
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Thunderhawk

Thunderhawk is an inverted steel roller coaster at Michigan's Adventure amusement park in Muskegon, Michigan, United States designed by Vekoma of The Netherlands. It is the first suspended looping roller coaster to ever be built in Michigan. Thunderhawk has a maximum height limit of 6 feet 8 inches. The ride is built on top of man-made land that is right on Adventure Lake. ...more on Wikipedia

Park: Michigan's Adventure

Opened In: 1998

Height (m): 33.22

Max Speed (km/h): 88.51392

G Force: 3.6

Drop (m): 25.908

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Wolverine Wildcat is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Best Rides at Michigan's Adventure
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Wolverine Wildcat

The Wolverine Wildcat is a wooden roller coaster at Michigan's Adventure, an amusement park near Muskegon, Michigan. It first opened in 1988 before Cedar Fair purchased the park. It is located in Timbertown, near the Timbertown Railway Station. It was the commonly referred to as the most thrilling ride at Michigan's Adventure until Shivering Timbers was built in 1998. The ride has a double out and back layout that is loosely based on Phoenix at Knoebels' Amusement Resort. Wolverine Wildcat celebrated its 20th year at Michigan's Adventure in 2008, which was also Shivering Timbers' 10th anniversary and Thunderhawk's opening year. Although various amusement rides and other coasters had been ...more on Wikipedia

Park: Michigan's Adventure

Opened In: 1988-05-18

Height (m): 25.908

Max Speed (km/h): 88.51392

Drop (m): 23.7744

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Mad Mouse

Mad Mouse is a steel roller coaster located at Michigan's Adventure in Muskegon, Michigan. It was manufactured by Arrow Dynamics. Mad Mouse was the park's second steel roller coaster. Mad Mouse has blue track and yellow supports. Mad Mouse is the tallest wild mouse roller coaster. The coaster was built on a location within the park previously used as the park's main entrance. ...more on Wikipedia

Park: Michigan's Adventure

Opened In: 1999-08-07

Height (m): 20.7264

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