Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park received a chilly blessing with this blizzard that hit us this weekend.

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Bill Bailey, the manager of Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park, is elated because, thanks to the snow, they are open during schools' Christmas breaks.

It's very rare that we're open for Christmas break, and we actually did it this year. Partially open, as we don't have the rink open, but this is cool. This is great when we can open around the holidays.

If you have no clue where I am talking, no worries! I got you!

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Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park, according to their Facebook, is

West Michigan's destination for outdoor fun.

With attractions during summer and winter, there is always a good time to spend at Muskegon Luge.

According to their official website, Muskegon Luge's luge track is only one of four in the entire country.

It's the only kunstbahn track (German for artificial track) made from natural ice and not refrigerated. Our 850 feet track was designed by three-time Olympian Frank Masley. Shorter in length than the Olympic tracks in Lake Placid and Salt Lake City, the Muskegon track provides an Olympic thrill at a level first-time luge athletics can handle. It consists of six curves and two starting areas. Public participants receive equipment and training before sliding at speeds up to 30 mph.

If luge is not your speed, there are plenty of other things to do at Muskegon Luge Adventure Sports Park, including ice skating, snowshoeing, and skiing.

Experience the fun and grab a ticket for some winter vibes!

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