This Outdoor Adventure Park In Muskegon Is A Winter Lover’s Dream
Some people hate the "W" word... WINTER.
When it gets cold and the snow starts flying you will find them bundled up inside with a warm blanket watching something on the TV.
Then there are others who love bundling up in winter gear and enjoying all that Michigan has to offer.
For those types, this outdoor adventure park in Muskegon is perfect for them.
This Outdoor Adventure Park In Muskegon Is A Winter Lovers Dream
Some of the most popular winter activities Michiganders love to enjoy are skiing, sledding, and ice skating. Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park had all of those and even more wintertime activities.
Located at 462 N Scenic Dr in Muskegon.
The Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park Helps Out The Community
According to msports.org For over thirty years, the Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park has promoted family health and wellness in the winter, but they have a bigger impact than just winter sports. Year-round they introduce local families and travelers from across the Midwest, students from inner-city areas, and people with disabilities to outdoor recreation in Muskegon State Park.
How Much Does It Cost?
The Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park offers the following activities.
- Ice Skating - Day Pass $10 / Skate Rental $8
- Skiing - Day Pass $10 / Ski Rental Equipment $8
- Snowshoeing - Day Pass $10 / Snowshow Rental Equipment $8
- Sledding - Free / Sled Rental $3
- Pond Hockey - Helmet Rental $1 / Hockey Stick Rental $3
- Learn To Luge - Prices range from $35 - $75 depending on the date
When Are They Open In The Winter?
There is not a set OPENING date instead the winter activities require natural snow and freezing temperatures. They will open for the winter season once we've received a minimum of 5 inches of snow.
When they are open for the season the hours are
- Monday - Thursday 10am - 9pm
- Friday - Sunday 10am - 10pm
You Can Check Conditions Before You Go
Some of my friends have gone here and said it was really fun so I definitely need to load up my wife Lindsey and our dogs Benny and Paddy and head out to see for ourselves.