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Boring old indoor adventure parks are extinct following the dawn of Dinoland, a 5,000 square-foot playscape 100 million years in the making. Located in Madison Heights, MI (but set in the Cretaceous Period), Dinoland puts the “jungle” in jungle gym. The multi-level park is packed with incredible thematic details and artwork masterfully intertwined with thrilling attractions, which include a warrior course, zip-lines, wave slides and dedicated toddler play area— all centered around its centerpiece brontosaurus slide, stone lookout platform and soaring pterodactyl. If parents can get their kids to take a break from the fun, their little herbivores and carnivores can grab a bite at the café before stomping back to their prehistoric adventure.