Finally, some sort of normalcy is beginning to happen in West Michigan.

Craig's Cruisers, West Michigan's largest family fun center, which features go-karts, an arcade, mini golf, laser tag, plus so much more has reopened for the weekend. However, during this time, guests will only be able to have the fun outdoors.

The company posted on their website that as of June 11 their Grand Rapids, Holland, and Muskegon locations are officially open and their Spring Lake location opens June 12. All indoor attractions are closed, including the buffets, with the exception of ordering pizza.

In Grand Rapids the following outdoor attractions will be open:

  • Go-Karts
  • Mini Golf
  • Zip Line
  • Bumper Boats

in Holland:

  • Go-Karts
  • Mini Golf
  • Eurobungy
  • Batting Cages
  • Swan Boats
  • Kiddie Karts

in Muskegon:

  • Go-Karts
  • Mini Golf
  • Eurobungy
  • Batting Cages
  • Bumper Boats
  • Sprint Kart & Kiddie Karts

in Spring Lake:

  • Go-Karts
  • Mini Golf
  • Zip Line
  • Bumper Boats
  • Swan Boats

Craig's Cruisers assures guests that they are reopening with safety at top of mind and have implanted safety procedures such as an increase in the frequency of cleaning and sanitization with a hyper-focus on "high touch" areas. Employees will be required to wear masks and guests are encouraged to wear them, especially when indoors or around other people. When it comes to food, all of it will be served carry-out style and indoor seating will be kept to a minimum. Hand sanitizer stations will be placed throughout the facility as well. Get more on their reopening plan here.

There's no news on when the indoor attractions will reopen, but in the meantime, you'll have to practice your ninja warrior skills in your backyard. The way I see it, at least you still get to take a date for a round of mini golf this summer #basic. And if you're lucky enough, maybe you'll even get to bump each other afterwards (bumper boats, duh).

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