Originally Posted by Kaadk
Ah, did not know that.
I just picked because I was looking for KOAs near Holland (to used the KOA card) and happened across the Muskegon KOA which showed a picture of Snoopy
on it's website at a place called "Michigan's Adventure". Being a Snoopy fan, I dug into a little more and figured it'd be a good place to test out the kid's tolerances for amusement parks before we took them to Disney.
They seemed to have good reviews on Yelp, etc... that though it was smaller, it was a better bang for your buck than Cedar Point. Besides, the other thing I liked was that it seemed to have more than just roller coasters.
Being Acrophobically Challanged, I'm not big on amusement parks with nothing to do other than coasters.
I'm not trying to start something here but being from Sandusky and having worked at Cedar Point in my younger years during summer vacation from school I would like to add something here. While being kinda pricey it's still a value. There is a lot more to do than just roller coasters. Cedar Point has everything that Mi. Adventure has plus more. There is a large water park, plenty of live entertainment, family rides, kids rides, Camp Snoopy for the little ones, water rides, probably the best beach on Lake Erie ( BTW the water temps in western lake Erie is very warm due to the shallow water (35 ft. average). Restaurants like Famous Daves, Perkins Pancake House, TGI Fridays, Tomo Hibachi and lots more including fine seafood dining at the Bay Harbor Inn located near the Marina. The campground is on prosperity and very nice w/full hook ups and if you are staying there you get early admittance to the park.
There is also a KOA just minutes from the entrance.
Like I said, I'm not trying to start something here, please don't take me wrong, it's just that I feel a loyalty to Cedar Point and for that matter the whole vacationland area of NW Ohio.
I am also a big fan of Mi. Adventure and all of West Michigan. That said I'm sure that wherever you go you will have a good time even if it's just camping with your family.