Three Michigan State Parks Have ‘Floating Playgrounds’ This Summer
Here's something to throw in your kids' faces when they say, "MOM, I'M BORED!!!!!"
There are now three Michigan state parks that have "floating playgrounds" and they all officially opened over this past Memorial Day weekend.
Jump Island is open at Bishop Lake in the Brighton Recreation Area in Livingston County. It has an inflatable iceberg, inflatable water slides and other obstacles.
The WhoaZone is at Heron Beach in the Holly Recreation Area in Oakland County. It has a gigantic springboard, a wiggle bridge, and four different levels of difficulty in obstacle courses.
Finally, if you're up for a longer drive, head on up to Water Warrior Island on Lake Michigamme in Van Riper State Park in Marquette County. It includes a ninja-warrior obstacle course, along with other slides and trampolines.