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The park operated in the 1980s and 90s, consisting of 13 water slides, mini golf, a beach with zip line, paddle boats, gas powered bumper boats, a lazy river, and a children' swim area with three small water slides. The feature attraction was a water slide named the Black Hole which was built into a hill and started out with a near vertical drop which then circled back into the hill, finally coming out of the hill into a pool of water at the base.
When nearby Michigan's Adventure added its Wild Water Adventure water park, the competition was too much and Pleasure Island closed. The property later became a subdivision, named Windflower bay.