Michigan's Adventure and Indiana Beach

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Michigan's Adventure and Indiana Beach

Postby GCI Wooden » Sun Apr 12, 2015 7:48 am

So, we are planning on another day for a trip we plan to do, but something came up and we had to change a lot of things for scheduling. Well, this change gave us an additional day to the trip :b and I'm wondering what we should do with it.

Our options look like Michigan's Adventure and Indiana Beach.

Which park would you guys suggest we go to, and is it possible to do Michigan's Adventure and Indiana Beach in one day (Michigan's Adventure hours are 10-6 and Indiana Beach is 11-8 this day)?

Thank you!
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