Amusement Parks in Farmington Hills

Haunted Attractions for Two or Four at Panic at Pine Stump Hollow (Up to 51% Off)

Panic at Pine Stump Hollow

St. Clair

Two 15-minute haunted attractions, filled with sneaky, scary actors, frighten visitors walking through a half-mile trail and dark house

$40 $20

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The Fear Factory Admission for Two (Up to Half Off). Three Weekends Available.

The Fear Factory

Mount Clemens

Walk through 25,000 square feet of dark hallways lined with terrifying creatures during a 30-minute experience

$26 $16

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Three Haunted Attractions for Two People in September or October at Past Tense After Dark (Up to 53% Off )

Past Tense After Dark

Lapeer

Frightening ghouls wait around every corner inside the mansion and on the grounds, making escape harrowing

$40 $19

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Two, Four, or Six General-Admission Passes to Splash Universe Indoor Water Park (Up to 61% Off)

Splash Universe Indoor Water Park

Dundee

Guests zip down twisting water slides, float along a lazy river, or step carefully across logjams inside a temperature-controlled water park

$64 $32

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Access to Haunted Barn, Hayride, and Dark Maze for Two or Four at Salem's Haunted Barn (Up to 43% Off)

Salem's Haunted Barn

Capac

Family-friendly attractions include haunted barn, cron maze, and hayride around scenic farm decorated for autumn

$60 $35

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Outing for One, Two, or Four at Maui Sands Resort & Indoor Waterpark (Up to 63% Off)

Maui Sands Resort & Indoor Waterpark

Perkins

Indoor, tropical-island themed waterpark with lazy rivers, vortex pools, a lagoon, a treehouse, and signature slides

$39.95 $19

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Zap Zone's eight locations in Michigan and two locations in Canada each feature a unique combination of attractions?anything from bumper cars to the Jump Zone's cushioned obstacle course. In the laser-tag arena, both kids and adults demonstrate their teamwork skills by outscoring opponents in fast-paced games that take place inside black-lit mazes of neon-tinged hallways. Arcades also round out every location's attractions, tempting passersby to drop a few tokens on racing games and skee-ball, or a lot of tokens on the claw game filled with Faberg? eggs.

31506 Grand River Ave.
Farmington,
MI
US

Putting requires intense concentration, which is especially difficult when you have an elephant standing over your shoulder. At Sport-N-Fun, miniature golfers putt their way through three 18-hole courses adorned with statues of exotic wildlife such as gorillas and giraffes. These distractions are one of the many obstacles on the terrain, where bank shots and undulating hills stand between players and holes-in-one.

Sport-N-Fun's other exhilarating activities likewise vie for visitors' attention. Thrill-seekers zip around the curves and down the straightaways of the Go-Kart track, or leap skyward while securely harnessed on the bungee trampoline. In seven batting cages, machines pitch balls toward batters at speeds of up to 85 miles per hour, offering a range for different skill levels. Inside, classic games blip and bleep as players frantically tap buttons at the arcade. Amidst all the action, GG's Pizza renews energy with servings of pizza and fountain drinks.

30749 Grand River Ave
Farmington,
MI
US

At Whirlyball Novi, teams in motorized cars call whirlybugs spin and bump their way through one-hour bouts of a competitive wiffle-ball game that combines aspects of basketball, hockey, and jai alai. Bright red and yellow whirlybugs, powered by electricity and the tears of the defeated, race across a 4,000-square-foot court as their drivers toss balls to each other with plastic scoops. Referees keep track of each team's score as friends look on from the comfortable leather couches of the lounge. After matches, teams sip on drinks from the bar, feast on one of several meal packages, or continue calling each other "liver-licking kumkwats" over games of pool.

41550 Grand River Ave
Novi,
MI
US

Revelers of all ages visit Gamerz USA for battlefield laser tag, an arcade room with a Dance Dance Revolution machine, and kids zone. In battlefield laser tag games, pretend soldiers fire infrared bullets under the guidance of a commanding officer. Players don heavy-duty vests that emit 100% eye-safe light and none of the foul odors that accompany ordinary flashlights. The lazer maze challenge has players navigating a web of green lasers in a bank vault-like enviroment, and the the Kids Zone offers a play area with slides and a ball pit for younger guests. After a few rounds of arcade games, guests can choose a prize or reward themselves with burgers, pizza, soda, or fresh-squeezed juice or Bears2Go.

34700 Warren Rd
Westland,
MI
US

The Gameyard's LAN gaming center fuels hours of video vision quests with multiple platforms and custom gaming PCs. Terrorize alien terrorists on gaming consoles loaded with titles for Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii. Challenge friends on 11 custom gaming PCs, powered by NVidia graphics cards and boasting 19- to 23-inch LCD monitors crisp enough to make hedgehogs appear dangerously huggable. Digital samurais do battle from comfy chairs beneath bright graffiti murals that span The Gameyard's cyborg-friendly sanctuary.

29552 Ford Rd
Garden City,
MI
US

At Glow Golfin', there are no light fixtures. This isn't because the company has a long-standing beef with the estate of Thomas Alva Edison either. Rather, it's because its 18-hole indoor golf course is illuminated by glow-in-the-dark murals. Each piece of neon art depicts a picturesque woodland scene or classic underwater tableau, such as a school of fish or an undulating patch of seaweed. Given its uniquely festive environment, it's no wonder that Glow Golfin' also specializes in throwing parties for all sorts of occasions, including birthdays for kids and leisurely hangouts for adults.

4000 Baldwin Rd
Auburn Hills,
MI
US