Cedar Point was the only park on the midwest trip that I had already been to, and in spite of all the difficulties it was still the high point.
I really loved Maverick which I wasn't expecting to do, just like a lot was my expectation.
It was great to be there and enjoy other people on the tour experiencing Dragster & Millenium Force for the first time. Cedar Point doesn't have any coasters that are 10/10 for me (which is only El Toro & SFNE Ride of Steel) but it has plenty that are right up there.
jjeerr wrote:Does CedarFair close everything even with a light sprinkle now, or is it just for heavy rain/lightning/earthquakes?
Did you actually READ the report or are you just asking random questions now to hear yourself talk?
Rephrasement of question:
Do other CedarFair parks suffer the "Knotts" rain treatment other then Cedar Point and Knotts?
Canada's Wonderland... I was there 2 weeks ago and they shut down Drop Zone just because there were dark clouds coming in... and the wind speed was only about 5 km/h. They also shut down Ghoster Coaster 5 minutes after... not sure about the rest of the park because after having 2 rides shut down as I was in line, I went and bought some Tiny Tim donuts... ummmmm.
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