Avalanche Bay Waterpark is the Midwest’s premier indoor water! Are you searching for crazy family fun?! Well, you’ve just found it! Avalanche Bay Waterpark is located at 1 Boyne Mountain Road in Boyne Falls, Michigan! For more information, click here.

At 88,000 square feet, Avalanche Bay is the largest indoor waterpark in Michigan offering huge amounts of water fun for every age. Centrally located at the heart of Boyne Mountain Resort, this wet and wild waterpark is always 84 degrees and open all year ‘round, making it the perfect destination for a vacation or just a day trip.

Experience the thrill of zooming down the Big Couloir, race your friends on the Downhill Mat Racer, or take a relaxing float down the Lazy River Adventure. Whether you’re here for thrill or chill, Avalanche Bay has just what you need for a full day of fun!

At the time of this publishing Avalanche Bay Waterpark is open year round, seven days a week! To view their hours of operation, click here.

Aside from the pool, Avalanche Bay has an incredible video game arcade! Inside the Arcade, the energy is high, crazy high, with over 50 of the best games in the industry. Collect as many points as you can and hit up the redemption counter for some awesome prizes. You do not have to be a waterpark guest to enter, everyone is welcome!

Stay for the week! Avalanche Bay Waterpark is located at Boyne Mountain Resort!  This Northern Michigan resort offers both indoor waterpark fun and dry-land adventures for the entire family. Whether you choose a package with all-access waterpark passes, or choose to lodge only and explore the resort on your terms – they have what you need! There’s something for everyone such as kid-friendly activities, a range of dining options, adventurous activities for all ages, and more all in one amazing resort. Book now and start your adventure today. Check out the resort, here.

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