Lansing

Lansing

Great family fun during the winter months! Groomed specifically for snow tubing, riders will speed down one of many thrilling 16 ft wide sculpted snow lanes as you drop 50-60 feet over a course of 500-600 feet. A magic carpet uphill conveyor lift transports riders to the top of the hill.

November 20 from 6-8 p.m.

Festivities in Lansing start with the Annual Silver Bells in the City always the Friday before Thanksgiving. The Silver Bells in the City is scheduled in downtown Lansing. in downtown Lansing. The lighting of Michigan’s official state Christmas tree will take place just after 7:30 p.m.

A 100-acre park in South Lansing; Hawk Island Park features year round outdoor fun. In warm weather months, visitors can enjoy pedal boat rentals, a swimming beach and beach house, concession stand, Splash Pad®, picnicking, a playground, sand volleyball and horseshoes.

Thousands of lights create extraordinary animal exhibits and holiday displays at the annual Wonderland of Lights! There will be cookies, crafts and animal encounters for the kids to enjoy!
**THE ZOO WILL NOT BE OPEN ON CHRISTMAS DAY. Wonderland of Lights will resume on Saturday, Dec. 26**

A Nightmare on Elm Road is where your worst NIGHTMARE becomes reality! Join us for a great night of spooks and scares.

Little ghouls and boys will enjoy an afternoon of spooktacular fun. There will be tons of activities for everyone to enjoy, including:

Straw maze
Live animal presentations
Hayrides
The (in)famous Boo Tunnel

Potter Park Zoo is located along the Red Cedar River, in Lansing Michigan. The Zoo encompasses over 20 acres and features more than 500 individual animals representing approximately 160 different species, plus playground, picnic areas, pony and camel rides, petting zoo, gardens and more. The zoo is open from April 1 - October 31.

Purchase a Season Punch pass for all three (3) shows (includes dinner) and save $5! Season Punch Passes have 3 punches. Only one punch can be used for the musical. You will still need to call for reservations and then "pay" at the door by getting your pass punched.

Taps 25 is a cozy little beer bar located in the shadow of the state capitol. We serve craft beer, good spirits and decent grub. We have five TVs (which is quite a few for such a cozy joint), a foosball table and a staff that knows beer.

You may not be able to meet James and Marion Turner, but you can feel their smiles and maybe.... catch their pioneering spirit.

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