Geauga Lake - Photo & Video TR - 7.28.07

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Geauga Lake - Photo & Video TR - 7.28.07

Postby Theme-Park-Urge » Sun Feb 10, 2008 10:53 am

For those who don't like reading, music video & pics are below the text.

Geauga Lake never really looked like much on the surface but with seven new credits (eight had Raging Wolf Bobs not derailed about a month before my visit) and also being owned by Cedar Fair (hooray for Maxx Pass!) I had to stop by. And I'm really glad I did!

Let me start off by saying that this park was kind of strange. Its location takes you by surprise - across the street from strip malls in a normal suburban community. The layout was unique - a large lake separates the two sides of the park. The guests were (how do I put this...?) working class (there, that's a nice description) - lots of tattoos, smoking, some mullets. The park regulations were lax - shirtless guys, bathing suit-ed girls (on the ride side of the park).

Since every coaster was new to me, I had a full day planned and decided to start out with Dominator - my first floorless coaster. To my surprise, they were only running one train, so the line moved rather slowly. I thought a one-train operation was very odd considering it was a Saturday in July; you'd figure one of their busiest days of the season. Thankfully, as I was the next to board, they transferred the second train onto the track. Now, one would say (as one did next to me in line) "I don't want to wait while you put another train on the track". This kind of frustrated me. I wanted to explain to her that once they put this second train into service, she could come back in a half-hour and walk on to Dominator...

So, they get the other train into the station and this guy that was waiting for front row with his family (significant wait with the one-train operations) tried to board with a backpack. When the ride-ops told him that he couldn't bring that on board, he had no idea what to do with it; he even tried giving it to someone else in his row to hold on to. You have got to be kidding me! You've been standing in line for how long and didn't notice backpacks, toys, etc. being put into the bins?!? Are you that clueless?!? Did it never once enter your mind, "Um, where am I going to put this while I'm riding?"? Then, after he locates the (huge metal) bin near the exit, the rest of his family starts giving him their glasses, shoes, hats, etc. After all was said and done (and after much eye-rolling and fuming by yours truly), it took this guy three minutes to get all of their belongings into the bin. OK. Rant over. On to the ride.

Dominator kicks a$$!! Loop, cobra roll, interlocking corkscrews; who could ask for more?!? The floorless aspect wasn't as special as I had kind-of-expected - many mega-hypers and mega-twisters have seats so high that your feet don't touch the car's floor, plus the train is going so fast that I didn't even notice that the track was visable. The great part about the ride for me was that the seats were so damn comfortable that you felt like you were traveling at 60 mph in your Lay-Z-Boy. This is definitely a re-rideable coaster and I did ride it a couple times. Thank god Dominator was at a park with low attendance coz if this coaster were at Cedar Point, you'd have to wait close to two hours for one ride! And two rides in an hour would be impossible!!

Big Dipper was the next big (pardon the pun) hit at the park for me. Built over 80 years ago, although it was rehabbed in 1980, this coaster gave one of the best woodie rides I've had ever. The airtime was constant, the pacing was great, the laterals were existent but not too extreme, the speed was fast but not too fast, and the length was perfect. It was a perfect coaster! The padding on the facing in front of you also helped absorb all of the shock to your knees while in the tiny but comfortable trains. This was also a re-rideable coaster and multiple rides beckoned me as well.

After that, you've got Villain (a herky-jerky rough wood hybrid that beat you up pretty good), Thunderhawk (a standard Vekoma SLC that's more painful than a root canal with no anesthesia but not as painful as SFKK's T2), Head Spin (a typical Vekoma boomerang/headbang), and Double Loop (an Arrow umm... double looper).

The Beaver Land Mine Ride kiddie coaster has one of those 20 car trains that are so strange to watch! Seriously, the front of the train is heading up the first hill while the rear of the train is still on the lift! They ran two circuits so this little coaster was pretty enjoyable.

On my walk back from the water park side (which is really nice), I passed by the Raging Wolf Bobs which was still SBNO. It looked in dire need of a paint job but, I'm guessing since there was no indication that it would be running soon, they're probably gonna let this one crumble to dust. That makes me sad coz it was modeled after Chicago's ancient Riverview Park Bobs (I'm a bit obsessed with the history of that park with me being from Chicago and all). Plus, I'll probably never get this credit!

As far as non-coasters go, the park had your standard collection of flats: Flying Bobs (Hay Baler), Top Spin (Texas Tornado), Octopus (Black Squid), Scrambler (Boardwalk Typhoon), Swinging Ship (Bounty), Swings (YoYo's), Magic Carpet (El Dorado with a car shaped um... car), etc.

I checked out the 4D film Legoland Racers (something I never do at parks) which was pretty fun although instead of simulating snow they just sprayed water on you (probably to make us cold). I was also tempted to try the Dino Island II sim/movie but skipped it in the end.

The park does have one of the nicest kiddie areas I've ever seen (I even liked it better than Kings Island) - close to ten rides catered to little kids in addition to a huge maze/slide and a huge foam ball fort.

Overall, Geauga Lake was a lot of fun but I have a feeling it would be less fun if the crowds were bigger. I mean, I got my seven credits before 1 pm and was able to score re-rides and capture lots of memories.

I was kind of skeptical, though, as to how long Geauga Lake would be operating as a ride/water park. I had a strange feeling that rides would continue to disappear slowly or gain SBNO status (Skyscraper was stuck 3/4 of the way up the tower, the old waterpark is still erect but fenced off, the lake ferries were parked at the closed-off dock, there was no water show even though they have a huge stadium for it, and Raging Wolf Bobs) in lieu of focusing on the water park.

And as we know, in the end, Geauga Lake as we knew it will cease to exist. I am especially glad that I was able to visit this park in its last ride-operating season. Now I can possibly pass along memories like my folks did to me about Riverview Park in Chicago. Although somehow, the details of Geauga Lake will most-likely pale in comparison.

Thanks for reading!

BTW: Posted in multiple parts due to large number of pics.

Here's the music video I made with the footage I shot:
Entrance - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
This pic looks like it's from the 80s & rightfully so - Geauga Lake was kind of caught in a time warp.
Entrance - 2007.07.28 - 04.jpg
The view right after entering the park.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
First stop: Dominator - my first floorless.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 07.jpg
Dominator heading up the lift.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 08.jpg
I still can't figure out if I like banked/turning first drops or straight ones. I guess it depends on the coaster. This was a good one, nonetheless.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 09.jpg
The huge loop...
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 03.jpg
Dominator's beautiful B&M goodness!
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 04.jpg
I can't tell which track is which; looks like a pretzel to me.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 05.jpg
Sun behind the loop.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 10.jpg
Train in the loop.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 11.jpg
Me under the loop.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 06.jpg
Symmetical-ish cobra roll shot.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 12.jpg
Over-banked high-speed turn. Awesome!
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 13.jpg
Look mom, no floor.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 14.jpg
The Batman building was still visable. They could've painted over it but why waste money on GL?!?
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 15.jpg
Floorless cobra roll = fun!
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 16.jpg
I absolutely love B&Ms!
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 17.jpg
And I love B&M cobra rolls even more!
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 18.jpg
Second drop (after the MCBR that was barely turned on).
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 19.jpg
Time for the second half of the ride...
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 20.jpg
Interlocking corkscrews. Yummy!
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 21.jpg
Juicy!
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 24.jpg
(Insert caption here...)
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 25.jpg
(...and here)
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 26.jpg
This angle makes the turn-around look like an inclined loop...

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Postby FeelTheFORCE » Sun Feb 10, 2008 10:59 am

Great pics! I'll really miss having such a great floorless less than an hour away (from my camp...2 hours from home). The regulars at Kings Dominion are getting a quality coaster.
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Geauga Lake - Photo & Video TR - 7.28.07

Postby Theme-Park-Urge » Sun Feb 10, 2008 12:02 pm

Part two:
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 27.jpg
As you can see, the turn-around is NOT an inclined loop...
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 23.jpg
B&M corkscrew pics never get old for me.
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 28.jpg
Unfortunately, though, this is the last Dominator corkscrew pic.
Clock - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
OMG!! Did I spend THAT much time on Dominator?!? Nope. Clock's stopped.
Grand Carousel - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
The Grand Carousel. At least they spelled it right...
Dodgems - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Dodgems. Nothing else to say...
Beaver Land Mine Ride - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
One of the longest named kiddie coaster in history: Beaver Land Mine Ride...
Beaver Land Mine Ride - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
...with one of the longest coaster trains in history! 20 cars!! OMFG!!!
Hay Baler - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Hey! It's the Hay Baler.
Villain - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Oh boy. A CCI hybrid. I'm officially worried about my health!
Villain - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Villain is kinda pretty to look at...
Villain - 2007.07.28 - 03.jpg
...especially when the sun is setting in the middle of its hill.
Villain - 2007.07.28 - 04.jpg
I see you way off in the distance...
Villain - 2007.07.28 - 05.jpg
Now you're closer... That's better.
Villain - 2007.07.28 - 07.jpg
Pretty. Pretty painful, that is.
Villain - 2007.07.28 - 09.jpg
Walking under Villian over to the picnic area.
Double Loop - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Amazingly enough, Double Loop consisted of...
Double Loop - 2007.07.28 - 03.jpg
...a drop...
Double Loop - 2007.07.28 - 04.jpg
...and a double loop.
Double Loop - 2007.07.28 - 05.jpg
Friggin' genius.
Double Loop - 2007.07.28 - 06.jpg
One of Double Loop's, erm, double loops. The other loop's pic is MIA.
Double Loop & Villain - 2007.07.28 - 1 - Compressed.jpg
Double Loop up the lift & Villian down the drop.
Gold Nugget Arcade - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
I think I built this arcade in RCT one time. Or maybe it was a candy stall...
Rockin' Country Barn - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
This barn pretty much sums up the people hangin' out at GL today.
Grizzly Run - 2007.07.28 - 01 - Compressed.jpg
Pretty sign for an ugly rapids ride. So ugly, in fact, that I only took a picture of the sign, apparently.
Texas Twister - 2007.07.28 - 03.jpg
I still didn't fully understand the theming for this ride:
Texas Twister - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Texas Twister.
Midway - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Peeps are everywhere! Everywhere BUT on the rides!
Thunderhawk - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Oh no. An SLC. I don't know if I've fully recovered from T2 at SFKK two months prior...
Thunderhawk - 2007.07.28 - 05.jpg
Why does something that looks so fun feel so NOT?!?
Thunderhawk - 2007.07.28 - 06.jpg
Most of Thunderhawk's layout.
Thunderhawk - 2007.07.28 - 10.jpg
Not as painful as T2...
Thunderhawk - 2007.07.28 - 11.jpg
...but still hurt...
Thunderhawk - 2007.07.28 - 12.jpg
...like hell!

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Postby TheRapidsNerd » Sun Feb 10, 2008 12:31 pm

Those are some terrific pics! Love the composition on several of the Dominator shots.

Have to agree with you on Grizzly Run. Dunno who the company is that makes the boats without the seat backs, but they just look cheap.

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Geauga Lake - Photo & Video TR - 7.28.07

Postby Theme-Park-Urge » Sun Feb 10, 2008 12:40 pm

Part three:
Thunderhawk - 2007.07.28 - 13.jpg
Tons of ugly yellow track twisted into a mess = Thunderhawk.
Thunderhawk - 2007.07.28 - 14.jpg
Toxic water under Thunderhawk. Friggin' disgusting!!!!!!!
Thunderhawk - 2007.07.28 - 15.jpg
Yeah, I ALWAYS smile while getting my brains beat in on an SLC...
Americana - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Note to self: perhaps laying down in the queue entrance to get a pic is going a little overboard.
Time Warp - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Hooray! New flat credit: Time Warp.
Time Warp - 2007.07.28 - 03.jpg
The world needs more of these! I loved this ride!
Shipwreck Falls - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
I think this ride is called Shipwreck Falls. What do you think?
Shipwreck Falls - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
OK, you agree? I'm not missing a sign or anything, right?
Shipwreck Falls - 2007.07.28 - 03.jpg
The splash it made was so big it landed on the midway. No lie.
Big Dipper - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Big Dipper is older than my folks & they're REALLY old.
Big Dipper - 2007.07.28 - 04.jpg
I offended the line checker dude coz I called it "Little" Dipper. Oops...
Big Dipper - 2007.07.28 - 05.jpg
After riding it though, I'll NEVER forget its name.
Big Dipper - 2007.07.28 - 02 - Compressed.jpg
One of the best woodie rides of the summer! Timeless!!
El Dorado - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Thank god this pic of El Dorado is right side up.
Old Waterpark - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
The old waterpark was fenced off but I found its pathetic-ness.
Skyscraper - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Speaking of pathetic...
Monorail Station - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Ditto.
Fool The Guesser - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Steve Martin, come out from behind that curtain! (Extra points to anyone who knows what movie I'm thinking of)
Head Spin - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Hooray (not really) for my first standard Vekoma boomerang.
Head Spin - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Preparing for descent.
Head Spin - 2007.07.28 - 05.jpg
Watch how Head Spin is so fast that Skyscraper doesn't move an inch in the background...
Head Spin - 2007.07.28 - 06.jpg
See?!?
Head Spin - 2007.07.28 - 07.jpg
Amazing! ;-P
Head Spin - 2007.07.28 - 03.jpg
Surprisingly, not-as-head-banging-as-I-imagined cobra roll.
Head Spin - 2007.07.28 - 04.jpg
Symmetical cobra roll shot. Wow, two at one park. Am I THAT predictable?

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Postby Theme-Park-Urge » Sun Feb 10, 2008 1:16 pm

Part four:
Starfish - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
This is the most full I saw Starfish all day.
Kid Works Sign - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
KidWorks, however, was packed!
Kid Works Fountain - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
It's one of the nicest kiddie areas around. I even liked it better than KI's.
Road Rally - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Big ole monster trucks... aka Road Rally.
Tree Hopper - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Cute lil Tree Hopper...
Rocket Relay - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Rocket Relay...
Dippy Diver - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Dippy Diver...
Gotcha Games Foam Factory - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Gotcha Games... which is...
Gotcha Games Foam Factory - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
A huge area for kids to throw/shoot foam balls at their parents. Cool!
Kid Works Walkway - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
I don't know why, but the "flowers" made me think of the Wizard of Oz.
Half-Pint Railway - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Half Pint Railway...
Hot Air Express - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Hot Air Express...
Kid Works Fountain - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Cute fountain...
Rocket Sled Ride - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Rocket Sled Ride maze-type thingy...
Rocket Sled Ride - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
It looked pretty sweet!
Bear Statue - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
How do I get to the entrance of this building? Fence... Bear... Help!
Thunderhawk - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Thunderhawk (the coaster, not the bird) from across the lake. (And, no, the bird is not Photoshopped)
Dominator - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Dominator from across the lake.
Lake - 2007.07.28 - 04.jpg
The floating bridge to take you to the other side of the park.
Lake - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
The retired ferries & Raging Wolf Bobs from across the lake.
Lake - 2007.07.28 - 03.jpg
The lake show stadium from across the.. you know...
Landing - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Finally, I've made it to other side of the park!
Bridge - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Wow. That was a LONG walk!
Lake - 2007.07.28 - 05.jpg
The left half of the front of the park from REALLY far away.
Lake - 2007.07.28 - 08.jpg
The right half of the front of the park from REALLY far away.
Splash Landing - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Splash Landing.
Thunder Falls - 2007.07.28 - 03.jpg
Thunder Falls.
Thunder Falls - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Thunder Falls from the front. It's pretty sweet, if you're into that sort of thing!
Harbor Theater - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
I actually checked out Lego Racers 4D. Not bad!

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Geauga Lake - Photo & Video TR - 7.28.07

Postby Theme-Park-Urge » Sun Feb 10, 2008 1:18 pm

Part five (aka The End):
Dino Island II - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Next I ventured into Dino Island II. Wait, where's Part I?
Dino Island II - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
Lots of scenery that I will NOT captionize...
Dino Island II - 2007.07.28 - 03.jpg
(blank)
Dino Island II - 2007.07.28 - 05.jpg
(nothing)
Dino Island II - 2007.07.28 - 06.jpg
(zip)
Dino Island II - 2007.07.28 - 07.jpg
(zilch)
Dino Island II - 2007.07.28 - 10.jpg
(nada)
Dino Island II - 2007.07.28 - 12.jpg
(see, I told you: no captions)
Stream - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
I have no idea how I found this fountain/stream thing but it was nice.
Stream - 2007.07.28 - 02 - Compressed.jpg
Just in case you wanted to read about how to attract song birds to the water garden, here it is...
Happy Harbor Nets - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Happy Harbor Nets - a huge happy maze in the harbor with nets... Big surprise, eh?!?
Thriller Bees - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Thriller Bees are a slightly different take on the almost-seemingly-guaranteed-to-be-in-a-park-these-days bee ride.
Yo Yo's - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Old-school swings: YoYo's.
Pirate's Flight - 2007.07.28 - 02 - Compressed.jpg
Pirate's Flight. Nicely themed ride! Although I wasn't aware that pirates flew...
Boardwalk Typhoon - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
I don't understand this name: Boardwalk Typhoon.
Black Squid - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Or this name: Black Squid. WTF?!?It's RED (& black)! Looks like a Lobster to me...
Bounty - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
I DO understand THIS name: Booty. Oops, wait a minute... it's Bounty.
Shuttle Sign - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Now I've got to walk BACK to the other side of the park coz I didn't see a shuttle...
Woods - 2007.07.28 - 02.jpg
This is for all you barbed-wire fence fanatics.
Raging Wolf Bobs - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Hey! I still need this credit!!
Raging Wolf Bobs - 2007.07.28 - 04.jpg
However, I don't think I (or anyone else) will be riding Raging Wolf Bobs any time soon.
Raging Wolf Bobs - 2007.07.28 - 05.jpg
It's been sitting here rotting away since it derailed.
Raging Wolf Bobs - 2007.07.28 - 06.jpg
It's modeled after Chicago's Riverview Bobs.
Raging Wolf Bobs - 2007.07.28 - 07.jpg
I wanted this credit SO badly!!
Raging Wolf Bobs - 2007.07.28 - 09.jpg
Even though it looked like it'd fall down any minute now.
Raging Wolf Bobs - 2007.07.28 - 12.jpg
There was no evidence that they were TRYING to repair or paint it.
Raging Wolf Bobs - 2007.07.28 - 13.jpg
If they were to re-locate & re-open it, I hope they repaint it!
Raging Wolf Bobs - 2007.07.28 - 08.jpg
I almost volunteered to paint the thing!
Raging Wolf Bobs - 2007.07.28 - 14.jpg
I was surprised that this RWB ramp wasn't blocked off...
Ferry Landing - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
... especially since the Ferry WAS blocked off (& removed from the park map).
Park Map - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Speaking of said park map: I finally found one.
Fountain - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Time to leave but not before the obligatory entrance fountain pic.
Midway - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
Oh yeah, & no Geauga Lake TR would be complete without... drum roll, please... CORNHOLE!
Chemicals - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
So as I'm walking to my car, I notice these wells & a sign hanging on the fence...
Entrance Sign - 2007.07.28.jpg
Time to bid farewell to Geauga Lake, figuratively & literally. Thanks for reading this trip report!
I-75 - 2007.07.28 - 01.jpg
How's it I ALWAYS end up behind these country folks transporting cr*p that's not secured in the back of their trucks?!?

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Postby andy_e219 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 1:18 pm

There looks like there is a nice crowd there. I went in August and the park looked dead.

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Postby yankees15 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 1:31 pm

Awesome trip report man, you take really great pictures! My personal favorite was the picture of Dominator's drop. Keep up the good work!

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Postby doublex98 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 3:23 pm

Awesome Photo TR man! I really liked all the nice shots of Dominator!
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