Amusement parks are always a thrill. Whether it's the roller coasters or the Ferris Wheels, there's always something fun to do. It's a great way to get to spend time with the family and friends while watching each other embarrass themselves.

We have some sweet amusement parks in Michigan like Michigan's Adventure in Muskegon. At Michigan’s Adventure you'll find over 60 rides, slides and attractions, including seven roller coasters.

There are some cool indoor waterparks too, like Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City. I've been there a few times and it's a lot of fun. It has never been too crowded when I went to the park. You can check out the indoor and outdoor waterparks with plenty of rides that are fun and safe for the whole family.

When I am looking to try something new I want to make sure that it's worth the time and money. I want to maximize the return on entertainment for the investment in the cost of admission.

Amusement parks have changed over the decades. Rides have gotten taller, faster and have a lot more drops. I am a thrill seeker and the faster and taller the better. Some folks aren't thrill seekers. That's ok. Inflatable amusement parks might be your speed.

Inflatable amusement parks are fun. They are family friendly and it's unlikely you won't run the risk of your anxiety spiking. Some of these parks are on the water, you'll stay cool while enjoying the fun.

Googles Top Inflatable Amusement Parks In Michigan

Jump Island - 6140 Bishop Lake Rd, Brighton, MI 48116

Kristen says:

Kids had a blast, adults had a blast, and the park was super clean! The beach area is pretty smooth and the lake bottom is pretty smooth. I like that there is a smaller water play area for smaller kids next to the big inflatable area.

Aqua Pit - 262 S Michigan Ave, Coldwater, MI 49036

Theresa says:

Aqua Pit was a fantastic place to take my 4 grandchildren..the lifeguards were so awesome when it came to showing them new experiences!! They played tag and hide n seek with the kids as well as watching out for their safety!! The kids talked about their experience for days after!! I highly recommend!!

Water Warrior Island - 3361 S Lapeer Rd, Orion Twp, MI 48360

Emily says:

We have been to other inflatable parks in Michigan and this one was by far the best! The vibe there was so friendly and the staff was so happy and helpful. We had a awesome time! we had a large group of 17 everything went smooth. It was very busy but well organized and very clean! I would recommend this place for sure! Thanks to the owner Sammy for all her help shes the best!

Jungle Joe's Family Fun Center - 7255 S Sprinkle Rd, Portage, MI 49002

Courtney says:

Nice place to take kids of all ages, even as an adult you can have fun here. Plenty of bounce houses and inflatable slides to choose from along with some obstacle course inflatables. The arcade portion has grown over the years but I find it a little overpriced so we don't spend much time in that area. I noticed that the staff isn't really out on the floor monitoring kids, and some parents don't either so if going with little ones make sure to stay with them so they don't get trampled by the older kids. Good spot to spend a couple hours burning some energy for sure.

DEFY Lansing - 820 S Waverly Rd, Lansing, MI 48917

Kandy says:

Great place to visit either on a hot day or a winter day! I had my son's 11th birthday party there. He loved it!! So did all the guests...even the adults 😁 Great service from ALL the staff but especially our birthday host (Shaye) and the manager.

The Jump Station - 2422 E Broomfield Rd, Mt Pleasant, MI 48858

Ashley sweat it out:

Went with my family on Sunday first time was super fun felt like a kid again be prepared to sweat

Bounce It Up - 30276 Plymouth Rd, Livonia, MI 48150

George keeps it simple:

Very clean. Lots of bounce houses for different ages. Plenty of party spaces and free video games.

Whoa Zone At Heron Beach - Holly Recreation Area, 5005 McGinnis Rd, Holly, MI 48442

Eric kept up:

I'm 51 y/o. I went with my 12 y/o daughter and her friend. They have a lot more energy than I do but, thanks to the way the course is laid out, I could skip things but still catch up with them or just watch them have fun while relaxing in the water.

We bought the whole-day pass but I think most people would be fine and save money if they bought the one hour pass and an additional hour if they wanted more.

Have a blast trying something new.

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