Dinoland Opens Second Location in Madison Heights

Dino-mite! The prehistoric party play place for kids is open for fun.

The floor begins to tremble. The furniture starts to quake. A viscous roar comes from down the hallway — your dino-obsessed kid is doing their best T.rex impression. Again.  

If you have a little dino lover at home, you need to check out Dinoland’s newest location in Madison Heights. The multi-level prehistoric playscape has more than 5,000 square feet of ninja courses, slides, zip lines, a rock wall and, of course, dinosaurs everywhere! 

Photo credit: Dinoland

Little dino fans can play, socialize and roar at the Softplay Area, a bright Jurassic play space designed just for toddlers and infants. Parents will appreciate the seating, free Wi-Fi and places to charge electronic devices, all while watching their children play.  

Photo credit: Dinoland

When parents and kiddos need a break to refuel, the Dinoland Cafe is on site to provide a variety of halal options. 

Dinoland is also a popular venue for birthday parties. Parents can choose from multiple party rooms and packages to book their child a dino-mite birthday bash. 

If your child is ready to get wild at Dinoland, here are a few details to help you plan your play session. 

Quick details about Dinoland

  • Hours: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Friday-Sunday 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • Cost: $13/ages 2+, $8/ages 12-23 months, free for adults and infants under 12 months

Tips for playing at Dinoland

  • Skip the paperwork and get straight to playing by completing a waiver online ahead of time.
  • Grip socks are mandatory, so bring a pair from home or plan to purchase some. How can you stomp around like a terrifying T.rex without good grip? 
  • There is a two-hour play limit on weekends and holidays. 

Other things to do with kids in Madison Heights

  • Your child’s favorite creatures may be extinct, but that doesn’t mean they can’t learn about the creatures in their own backyard. Visit the Red Oaks Nature Center to learn about the region’s wildlife and plants. 
  • After an extra long day of play, cool off at Red Oaks Waterpark. The Soak Station has water jets, curtains, slides, bubblers and a tipping bucket, and the Spray & Play is a zero-depth water playscape for tots.
  • Show the kids some classic fun at a bowling alley — Madison Heights has two of them! Check out Astro Lanes or Madison Park Family Bowling Center.

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Nikki Roberts
Nikki Roberts
Nikki Roberts is the assistant editor on the Metro Parent team. She is always on the lookout for the coolest and trendiest new attractions, restaurants and events for metro Detroit families. Her newsletters, online family guides and exciting digital content keep families informed on all the latest happenings around town.


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