The state's largest indoor water park is perfect for any season of the year.

Sometimes you just need to get away and go for a dip. Unfortunately in Michigan, the beaches are only an option for a few months out of the year. So what do you do? You book a day or two at the water park and the largest one in the state is in northern Michigan.

What is Michigan's largest indoor water park? Well, it is Avalance Bay at Boyne Mountain. Avalanche Bay offers guests the largest indoor water park with 88,000 square feet of water fun. This place has everything you could want for a water retreat during any season in Michigan.

What kind of water slides does Avalanche Bay have?

Avalanche Bay offers water slides to fit every type of water enthusiast. Check them out below:

  • The Big Coulior
    • This thrill slide offers the steepest drop in the water park industry. Riders are just 10 degrees off of vertical before the trap door opens beneath them to start the trip. After the first drop, the riders then travel through a 360-degree super loop before the ride is over.
  • Downhill Mat Racer
    • This slide is a four-lane ride that gives riders speed and the ability to race their friends to the end.
  • Super-G Slide
    • This two-person slide takes riders on a journey both inside and outside the building before dumping them in the pool at the finish.
  • Vertigo Cannonbowl
    • The Vertigo Cannonbowl sends single or double riders swirling round and round in a big bowl before being flushed into the pool below.

What else does Avalanche Bay offer?

The slides aren't the only thing available at Avalanche Bay for guests to enjoy. The water park also has the Rip Zone Surf Simulator, Splasherhorn, Lazy River Adventure, Blizzard Bay activity pool, Haute Route Water Crossing, hot tubs, kiddie pools, and more.

Avalanche Bay is located inside Boyne Mountain Resort at 1 Boyne Mountain Road, Boyne Falls, Michigan, 49713.

Source: Avalanche Bay

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