Adventure Sports Park adds Rock Wall to Muskegon Zip Line & Other Attractions
Calling all daredevils!
The Muskegon Adventure Sports Park now has a 38-foot rock climbing wall and archery range to add to their summer attractions, growing the cool roster of things to do in Muskegon.
This is a continuation of their recent work: In 2021, the Muskegon State Park extreme sports activity center added a dual-person 1400-foot zipline.
(You might be familiar with the sports park’s wintertime ice skating trail through the woods – with the enhancements here, summer visits are on the rise.)
If you are looking for a new way to get the adrenaline flowing this summer, read on. You can build your own family experience from the exciting options outlined below:
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Muskegon Adventure Sports Park
Muskegon Adventure Sports Park (462 N Scenic Dr, Muskegon, MI 49445) promises next level fun for visitors in 2023.
Thrill-seekers will want to scale the sides of the towering rock wall, hit bullseyes at the archery range, speed down the wheeled luge, or zip line through the air.
If you prefer a more grounded experience, embark on a trail quest and hike your way through the outdoor escape room set in the lush Michigan scenery.
Either way, you’re in for a good time at this ultimate outdoor playground!
Rock Climbing Wall
The new Muskegon adventure sports outdoor rock climbing wall is taking climbers! Visit this summer and learn the art of rock climbing on their impressive 38-ft climbing wall.
After orientation and gear fitting from the guides, it’s your turn to learn and conquer the wall. Equipped with three sides of rock holds and a cargo net climbing option, both kids and adults are welcome.
An auto-belay system is used for added safety.
Open on weekends from May 26, 2023 to Labor Day.
Fridays: Noon to 5 PM
Saturdays & Sundays: 10 AM to 5 PM.
For $20, you can enjoy three attempts to conquer the wall. *Minimum height requirement is 48 inches.
Muskegon Zip line
This Zip Line is long!
It’s a side-by-side zipline, which means that you can race your family member to the end.
You’ll literally be hanging out for 50-60 seconds as you cruise the 1400 feet to the landing platform.
Once you’ve completed the run you can take the stairs down from the platform – or you can get down the fun way – via the twisty slide!
Choose a zip line package with one or two runs, or get a bundle.
- Minimum height: 48″
- Minimum weight: 65 lbs
- Maximum height: 6’4″
- Maximum weight: 250 lbs
Close-toed shoes and hair tied back is needed for the zip line.
Wheel Luge Slide
Muskegon Luge’s summer track is the only wheel luge track of its kind in North America!
The luge track is 320 ft. with two banked curves to steer through.
Wheel luge uses the same sleds as they use on the ice, but with in-line (rollerblade) wheels attached to the bottom.
You’ll get a lesson, coaching, and three trips down the luge with a luge package.
You’ll be outfitted with a sled, helmet and elbow pads. Coaches will teach you how to hold the sled, position your body on the sled, and how to control the sled when you’re sliding. Coaches are available to assist you at the top and bottom of the track.
The luge sleds are heavy and participants need to be able to carry them to the top.
- Minimum height: 48″
- Minimum weight: 65 lbs
Archery Range & Lessons
Each archery session comes with a 10-15 minute lesson (a knowledgeable instructor who will teach you proper posture and positioning for handling a bow) as well as several rounds of shooting.
Your instructor provides a range of equipment options, ranging from lightweight bows for kids to heavy-duty ones for adults.
After several practice rounds, take aim at the targets to see if you can hit that bullseye!
This archery range uses lightweight compound bows.
- Participants need to be old enough to follow brief instructions, be able to stand up right and fully extend their arms holding a 5lb. bow for up to 30 seconds at a time (accommodations available for people with disabilities).
- Archery is typically best for kids aged 7 and up.
- Lesson and 3 quivers: $20
Trail Quest is like an escape room, but in the woods.
Participants trek through the forest to find lock boxes that can only be opened by solving the clues.
Each team gets a map ($10) showing the checkpoints at the Sports Complex. When you solve a lockbox, you earn a token from inside that is worth points.
The objective of the game is to collect as many points as possible in a set amount of time.
Hammocks, yard games, slack line and and the other fun stuff in the Chill Garden are free for you to use with your Adventure Sports Park ticket.
Located next to the concessions area, this is a great place to hang out after all of that family fun.
That’s right. Muskegon Adventure Sports Park is dog-friendly. As long as you clean up after your pup and keep them under control, your dog can come out to the park.
While they won’t be able to zip line, ride the luge, or participate in archery, they are welcome to go on the Adventure Quest and hang out with their family while at the facility.
The Adventure Sports Complex is open for summer activities from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day (May 26 – September 3, 2023).
|5pm – 9pm
|9am – 5pm
|9am – 5pm
A MI Recreation Passport is required to park at the Sports Park as it is located inside Muskegon State Park.
All MI State Parks require any vehicle parked within the park to have a Recreation Passport.
Michigan residents often purchase the Passport at the time they register their vehicle at the Secretary of State ($13). Passports can be purchased at the Sports Park Lodge or in the parking lot on weekends ($18).
Adventure Sports Pricing – 2023
|Ultimate Adventure Package
2 zip line runs, 3 luge runs, 3 rounds of archery, 3 rock wall climbs 1 Trail Quest map
|Zip Line Plus 2
2 Zip line runs, 1 Trail Quest Map, plus your choice of 2 activities (luge, archery, rock wall)
3 luge runs, 3 rounds archery, Trail Quest
3 luge runs, 3 rock wall climbs, 3 quivers
Lesson & 3 runs
|Rock Wall Climbing
3 climb attempts
yard games, slack line, hammocks and more
|FREE with the purchase of a ticket
Over 5 miles of marked, wheel chair accessible trails