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Parks are arranged alphabetically.
Crossroads Village (near Flint)
Turn-of-the-century park with 30 re-created shops and buildings and historical interpreters in period costumes. Attractions include a carousel, steam train, paddlewheel boat, and a 1912 Ferris wheel.
Deer Acres Storybook Amusement Park
Pinconning (60 miles from Flint)
Small park for very young children themed to fairy tales. Rides include antique cars, a safari ride, a merry-go-round, and a Ferris wheel.
Deer Forest Fun Park
Coloma (southwest part of the state)
The small zoo and storybook-themed amusement park for young children closed in 2009.
Holland (where else?!) -- near Lake Michigan)
Park themed to 19th-century Netherlands' village life. Attractions include a 1924 carousel and a swing ride.
Muskegon (near Grand Rapids)
Michigan's largest amusement park includes the highly rated Shivering Timbers CCI-built wood coaster. Owned by the Cedar Fair folks. Includes admission to the adjacent WildWater Adventure waterpark.
Stagecoach Stop USA
Wild West-themed small park with train ride, panning for gold, and antiques museum. The park may have closed.