Cedar Point - Sandusky, Ohio

Cedar Point is a 364-acre amusement park located in Sandusky, Ohio, United States on a narrow peninsula jutting into Lake Erie. The park holds the world record for the most roller coasters in a single amusement park. Cedar Point is also the only amusement park with four roller coasters that are taller than 200 feet. As of 2010, Cedar Point has more rides (75) than any other amusement park. Cedar Point is officially dubbed "The Roller Coaster Capital of the World."

It also has a mile-long white sand beach, an outdoor water park (Soak City), an indoor waterpark and hotel, two marinas,several hotels, and Challenge Park, which features attractions such as go-karts, miniature golf, Ripcord and Skyscraper. Known as "America's Roller Coast", Cedar Point has been deemed "Best Amusement Park in the World" by Amusement Today for the past twelve years.
The park opened in 1870, and is the second oldest amusement park in North America after Lake Compounce. Cedar Point is the flagship park for Cedar Fair Entertainment Company and, along with Valleyfair, was one of the original parks owned and operated by the company. Cedar Point's normal operating season runs daily from early May through Labor Day, then for nine weekends following Labor Day. Operating hours vary throughout the summer, but on most days the park opens at 10:00 a.m. and closes at 10:00 p.m

Cedar Point Rides

Calypso - Similar to the park's Scrambler ride, Calypso spins riders on a giant, moving platform. The cars spin counter-clockwise while the tilted platform spins clockwise, giving riders a crazy experience!

Cedar Downs Racing Derby - Ride one of 64 horses, all racing for a first-place finish in the Derby! It's one of only two racing carrousels in the U.S. and its history dates back to 1920. Four-abreast horses "race" on a giant rotating turntable, and each horse moves forward and backward.

Chaos – A Chance-Morgan Chaos that opened in 1997 as one of the first rides of its kind in the world. It inverts its riders in three degrees of motion: lifting, inverting, and spinning. Chaos is currently for sale. There was another Chaos present at Indiana Beach in Monticello Indiana. The ride is in full operating order as of the 2010 season.

Dodgem - It's an amusement park classic. Get behind the wheel of your own bumper car and take a crash course in family fun!

Matterhorn - Feel the sensation of traveling up and down the hills of the Matterhorn. Individual cars rock back-and-forth while rotating around a circular, hilly course.

maXair – A Huss Giant Frisbee ride that swings back and forth at an arc of up to 120 degrees and reaches a height of 140 feet. maXair provides the amazing sensation of airtime. 50 riders strap in with their feet dangling below.

Monster - Spin, turn and move up and down on the Monster. Each of the ride's cars spin individually while the arms they're attached to turn, rise and fall.

Ocean Motion - The seas aren't rough on this classic! Climb aboard this giant swinging ship and prepare for a journey 65 feet into the air.

Power Tower – A Drop Tower ride featuring both a Space Shot and Turbo Drop. Power Tower is the only four-towered Drop Tower ride in the world, devoting two towers to each drop cycle. All four towers are 240 feet tall.

Scrambler - The classic Scrambler was definitely named appropriately. Spin counter-clockwise in your car while at the same time, the entire ride spins clockwise.

Skyhawk – An S&S Screamin' Swing, it is currently the world's largest swinging ride, reaching a height to 125 feet, reaching speeds of 60 mph (97 km/h) and swings up to an arc of 92 degrees.

Super Himalaya - It's a circular ride that travels clockwise on a track filled with hills. Take a ride with friends while you laugh and smile at the feelings this ride produces!

Troika – A common Huss Troika ride. It's just like the Scrambler, but on this ride, your car rises 25 feet above the ground.

Wave Swinger - Feel the sensation of floating on this giant swing ride. Rise 16 feet into the air in your individual swing that's attached to a rotating, rising tower.

Witches' Wheel – A Huss Enterprise attraction. A thrilling variation of the Ferris wheel, the Witches' Wheel turns riders upside down more than a dozen times nearly 60 feet (18 m) above the midway at a 90 degree angle.

Cedar Point Water rides

Snake River Falls – A Shoot-the-Chutes ride designed by Arrow Dynamics, Snake River Falls opened in 1993 as the tallest, steepest water ride in the world upon opening.

Thunder Canyon – A River Rafting Ride designed by Intamin AG, Thunder Canyon opened in 1986. Thunder Canyon was the second ever Intamin AG River Rafting Rides built, and currently is the oldest operating water ride of its type. Thunder Canyon normally closes in early September in order to transform into a Halloween attraction called CornStalkers (formerly Werewolf Canyon).

Shoot The Rapids – A Log Flume by Intamin AG, that opened during the 2010 season. Shoot the Rapids has two drops, one of 85 feet and another of 49 feet, and two splashdowns. It takes riders through an illegal moonshine business and is set for the whole family.

Cedar Point Roller Coasters

Blue Streak
Cedar Creek Mine Ride
Jr. Gemini
Disaster Transport (formerly Avalanche Run)
Iron Dragon
Magnum XL-200
Mean Streak
Woodstock Express
Millennium Force
Wicked Twister
Top Thrill Dragster

For More Information
Cedar Point Official Website
1 Cedar Point Drive
Sandusky, Ohio 44870-5259

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