Michigan’s Adventure gears up for summer by hiring 800 employees
MUSKEGON, MI – Michigan’s Adventure is gearing up for a return to a full summer season by hiring 800 employees.
Muskegon County Theme Park will host a virtual job fair on Saturday March 13 to provide more information on jobs and arrange interviews. Candidates can register online.
Positions include amusement ride operations, merchandise, lifeguards, park services, catering and customer services.
New hires will go through virtual orientation and contactless onboarding.
The 250-acre theme park is slated to open for the season on Saturday, May 29 with limited capacity. All guests will be required to wear masks and undergo a health check and temperature check.
Camp Snoopy, a new attraction that ready to open last spring, will be unveiled this summer. The Kids’ Area features five new rides described as “designed to appeal to families with children, from toddlers to tweens,” including:
- Woodstock express: A family-friendly roller coaster with lots of ups and downs, much like Snoopy’s bird’s best friend flight.
- Beagle Scout Lookout: Climb aboard a version of a colorful hot air balloon and float high in the sky.
- Mud buggies: Hop aboard your own all-terrain vehicle for an inflatable ride.
- Camp bus: A family ride that gets passengers on and off on a wacky bus with Snoopy in the driver’s seat.
- Trail Blazers: Racers will buckle up and zoom in on a track, like an off-road expedition.
Michigan’s Adventure only opened in July last year and only operated the water park due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All 2020 season passes have been extended through this summer and all unused tickets from last year are valid until September 6.
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