Amusement Parks in Haslett


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  • Zap Zone
    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.
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    936 Mall Dr
    Lansing, MI US
  • Castaway Play Cafe
    Soft surfaces are everywhere inside Castaway Play Cafe. This makes for an ideal play area for kids?and their parents for that matter. Tykes, along with their accompanying grown-ups, can conquer bounce houses before continuing the fun on one of the slides, atop a suspension bridge, or inside a special toddler area. Nearby, the lights dim inside a laser tag arena, where neon surfaces glow and friends and family duke it out with beams of light. On special occasions, the facility hosts all-night lock-ins, during which youngsters can sing karaoke, play arcade games, or debate the merits of agrarian social structures until their parents come and pick them up in the morning. Castaway Play Cafe earns the last word in its name by housing a full-service restaurant in its facility. Here, cooks bake pizzas and bread sticks, assemble chicken wraps, and pile bacon and cheese atop burgers.
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    1800 North Burkhart Road
    Howell, MI US
  • Rollhaven Skating Center
    Rollhaven has been a family friendly business since 1955. We have a beautiful maple skating surface, 2 story Bounce House, Arcade, Lasertag & a Complete Snack Bar. We also have skating classes, Zumba classes & we sell all types of skates We have something for everyone.
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    5315 South SAGINAW Road
    Flint, MI US
  • Playland Fun Center
    Since 1969, families have been heading to Playland Fun Center for a day of entertainment. Nowadays, families play both old-school arcade games, such as pinball and Pac-Man, and newer options, such as shooting games. Those who want to soak up the warm sunshine venture outdoors to the mini golf course or zip around the racetrack in go-karts. The onsite Bonkers Pizzeria keeps hangry temper tantrums at bay with pizzas, salads, wraps, and sandwiches. Playland Fun Center stays open in the warmer months. When the temperature starts to fall, an eerie chill settles over the fun park and families become as hard to find as an Easter egg in a Silly Putty factory. That's when St. Lucifer's Haunted Asylum and 13 Feet Under opens to courageous visitors. St. Lucifer's Asylum for the Mentally Insane was once a bustling psychiatric hospital that housed 12,000 patients and a staff of 700. Whether it was the frequent electroshock therapy sessions or the mysterious events that took place in the five miles of tunnels that ran beneath the facility, something quickly made things take a turn for the macabre. Stories made their way to the surrounding town about patients dying by the dozen, children waking up to find the mark of St. Lucifer on their skin, and retired nurses inflicting grotesque self-harm in department stores that have rules against that sort of thing. In 1974, the state closed the facility, but the horrors within didn't stop?especially in 13 Feet Under, the underground lab where the asylum's head physician conducted human experiments. Throughout the Halloween season, St. Lucifer's Haunted Asylum and 13 Feet Under lets adventurers wander through dark corridors to see see the horrific scenes that were left behind after the closing. Those with a more proactive streak can fight off the undead themselves in Zombie Killers Black Ops Paintball.
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    5290 S Dort Hwy.
    Flint, MI US
  • Whirlyball Novi
    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.
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    41550 Grand River Ave
    Novi, MI US
  • The Adventure Park at Frankenmuth
    Up above, people zip between the tree canopies like flying squirrels. Still others navigate the wooded heights via rope courses and wobbly ladders. At The Adventure Park at Frankenmuth, these sights are a daily occurrence. The facility's 5 acres of forest terrain give a new meaning to outdoor adventuring with seven ziplines and five challenging aerial courses, which are self-guided and require no previous experience. They're also color-coded by difficulty and feature varying bridges and more than 60 elements to encounter while traversing between 60 tree platforms. As adventurers go at their own pace, courses can take 15–30 minutes to complete. While the height gives the illusion of danger, all climbers are strapped to harnesses that employ double-clips to keep them securely connected to a safety cable at all times. As trekkers progress through the different levels, they find obstacles that require greater balance, arm strength, focus, and woodpecker-negotiation skills to overcome.
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    1375 Weiss St.
    Frankenmuth, MI US
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