September 23, 2002, 6:58P

Metamorphosis

I am planning to goto CedarPoint on Oct. 19th (Sat.) and am wondering if the big rides (MF, Magnum, WickTwist, etc.) will be open. I would hate to drive all the way out there and all the rides be "winterized". Is it usually crowded?
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September 23, 2002, 6:59P

Spryboy

Obviously Troika and Chaos and Paddle Wheel Excursions won't be open. :-)

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September 23, 2002, 7:08P

Joe E.

They are all open, except on friday nights. Yes it can get very crowded on Sat, but Sundays and Fridays are usally dead.
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September 23, 2002, 7:31P

Brent02

Saturday was a very busy day. We had a half hour wait on Gemini. *Gasp!* The parking lot was packed, and there were A LOT of people back in Frontiertown towards the end of the night, which rarely happens. We can probably thank the best haunted house at the park for that.

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Brent Haley
Cedar Point Gemini Crew '02

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September 24, 2002, 5:14A

beast7369

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WOW! I guess my girlfriend and I must have timed everything just right then because we did not wait in line for anything longer than 15 minutes with the exception of Millenium Force. Since we had been graced with "front of the line passes" at No Coaster Con we decided to make use of them on Millenium Force. Thank you Cedar Point!

I must commend Cedar Point for how they run Halloweekends. It is a stark contrast to how Six Flags Great America near Chicago runs Fright Fest. Cedar Point ran like a well oiled machine like it always does. The ride operations were top notch. Free refills on 32oz collectible sports bottles. Free haunted houses. (By the way they are better than the haunted houses at SFGAm and SFGAm charges $5 more for them.) Who can ask for more. Just want all that work at Cedar Point to know that their hard work made my weekend spectacular and that we thank you for it.


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*** This post was edited by beast7369 on 9/24/2002. ***

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