The fastest *and* most economical way would be to hang out on the airport runway, and grab the landing gear of a plane that's taking off. Just keep doing that until you get one that's going to Cleveland.
You didn't mention it, but if you're concerned about safety, I would not recommend Den's suggestion. Hitchhiking might give you better odds of surviving, but it's also risky. So many crazies out there.
No, I totally understand that I could drive, or fly, but I am just asking people who live in Minnesota that have gone to Cedar Point what the best way to go is. My question was totally ligit. Writing past experiences would probably be the best way to respond to this post. And you all know what I mean, I don't have to be more specific.
From MN, head north/north west across Canada and into Alaska. Continue on to the Bering Strait. Cross via boat or small charter plane into Siberia. Once in Siberia, travel west/south west to Moscow. At Moscow, travell west to Calais France. Take the Chunnel to England. In England, go to Hethrow Airport and hop a trans Atlantic Flight to NYC. From NYC, catch a bus, train, car, what ever and travel west. When you get to Ohio, CP will be on your right.
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Thanks to Northworst, flying anywhere from Minneapolis will pretty much suck pricewise unless it's LAX, JFK or somewhere everybody flies anyway.
It's about a ten-hour drive from the Twin Cities and real drivers handle that in a day. 94E to 90/94 to 90 to 290 to 294 (avoiding Chicago) to 80/94 to 80 till you get to ohio then keep going till you get there.
Want more detailed directions? Use mapblast.com or something. I know I do.
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When I drive to Cedar Point, I usualy take I-94 east which will take you through Chicago area than you can hope on I-80 east and that can take you all the way to Sandusky exits. Thats one way to go and you could take the same way back to.