Getting to other parks might be hard though. Enjoy the park for a few days (2-3), spend some time in Cleveland (the Zoo is fantastic and the rock & roll hall of fame isn't bad either), and perhaps find a way out to SFWOA.
There's plenty to do in Cleveland, and I think you should be able to get to SFWOA from downtown. A red line train runs from the airport to downtown then out to Warrensville. In Warrensville you can pick up the #41 bus to Solon. A taxi ride from Solon to SFWOA shouldn't be too expensive. See http://www.gcrta.com for schedules and assistance with public transportation.
Without a car, it will also make it difficult to stay off point, and staying AT Cedar Point will be a challenge as they don't allow 18 year olds to stay.
Is there any possiblity you can find someone who is over age 21 to accompany you?
Whats Clevelands policies for people sleeping on the streets - I'm that desperate
1. Raptor; 2. Blue Streak; 3. Wicked Twister; 4. Mantis; 5. Mean Streak; 6. Gemini;
7. Magnum XL 200; 8. Top Thrill Dragster; 9. Millennium Force
After Millennium Force, you should have plenty of time to ride whatever else you want to ride or even ride again. It all depends on what time you get to the park and what time you want to leave. For eating, I would recommend Macarooni's. The food is good and the building is air conditioned so you can cool off if needed. DO NOT make the run with all the lunatics to Top Thrill Dragster or Millennium Force UNLESS you stay at a hotel on the peninsula. These visitors get into the park 1 hour earlier than everybody else. By time the "others" get into the park, these two lines may already be 3 hours long. Other than that, the only park I think you would be able to visit on the trip you have described is Six Flags' Worlds of Adventure in Aurora, Ohio.
My first time at CP, right when I walked in the gate, I was like "Ooh. Look at the shiny green one."
Waited an hr. and a half. By lunch it was down to 30 min. By evening 15.
Always start at the low capacity rides and/or the back of the park. Heck, from what I hear you can get walk ons on Magnum for a good hour after the park opens.
I do agree with the whole alcohol thing and all, that was like reading my own mind, freaky!
But anyhow, Dan, you can always try and find a buddy over here to go with you and split costs, then you can atleast do it on your own, but always have someone to have fun & share expenses with.
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