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Friday, August 24, 2001 6:49 AM
First, I normally go to SFWoA as it is my homepark. Upon entering Cedar Point, the first thing I noticed is the park was completely spotless! And The cleaning crews picked up things I wouldn't even count as trash (leaves, etc.) and then, I was stunned to see about a donez people walking around picking up little things with tweezers! This park certainly gives a great first impression!

Gemini: They gave the blue train too much trim on the turnaround so we won :)

Mean Streak: They didn't have the trims on the first drop. This thing isn't as bad as what you guys say. I actually enjoyed it, front, back, and middle seats were all great!

Blue Streak: Seatbelt buckle sliding under lapbar+ airtime= Ouch! A pretty good ride though.

Power Tower: Ok, not a coaster, but a great rush just the same.

Wildcat: I don't know why nobody ever mentions this ride. It has such great dips and turns. A peppy little coaster. I would love to have this coaster in my backyard!

Millenium Force: What the hell happened? Thank you Intamin for this beauty!

Magnum: I was more nervious on this than the force for some reason. I can see what makes it a top steel!

Mantis: Ouch, too much trim. Pretty good ride after that. Loved the loop.

Rapor: While Force might have the best drop, Raptor has the best features after the first drop. I would love to have an inline twist enclosed in a tunnel!

Disastar Transport: You guys give this thing to bad of a rap. It was pretty fast paced and offered a great theme. A unique ride which I would definetly ride again.

Corkscrew: Keep on corking! Not too bad.

Iron Dragon: The fog thing is great in the middle of a hot day.

I arrived at about 10:00 in the morning and left at about 7:30 at night for the long drive back to Geauga County. I left the park with a great sense of pride with having this park in Ohio. I wish SFWoA would try and make an attempt to bring their park to CP standards. CP has nothing to woory about with the "new" mega park (which happens to be over 100 years old.). Way to go CP. you really impressed me and next time I'm in the mood for coastering, I'll try to head up your way if I have the time to drive.

Over all rating: 10 out of 10


Friday, August 24, 2001 6:52 AM
Glad you had fun at my 2nd home park! With Wyandot Lake being my first!
Friday, August 24, 2001 7:01 AM
Makes SFwoa look like the ghetto.  I think you will have a hard time going back to SFwoa.  When you go to Cedar Point, you soon realize that SFwoa doesn't have much to offer.  It sure is nice to ride world class rides with minimal waits, heck many of them are walk ons.  SFwoa "Six Flags Waste Of an Afternoon"

I don't know anyone who has been disappointed with Cedar Point, but I couldn't count the number of people who is just totally turned off by SFwoa.

Friday, August 24, 2001 10:12 AM
I wish CP was closer. It is still worth the 1 1/2 hour drive as opposed to the 20min drive to SFWoA. Wyandot Lake has a coaster right? And it's owned by SF. Does it have any SF features (looney tunes, high prices, etc?) and thing it could ever be a full fledged amusement park?
Got a problem with RWB? you've got a problem with me! Rollercoasters are the secret of life!
Friday, August 24, 2001 8:06 PM
(This is not a TR)! Well, Wyandot Lake is high priced, but a great park to go to for a day. Yes, Wyandot Lake has one woodie,a John Allen classic. It is not the thrill of the century, but a great coaster to go on 3-4 times! It also has a rare extra pop-up hill at the end of the ride, and it is the only one left of its kind!(The others being Valley Volcano and Flyer).

Wyandot Lake has a so-so collection of flat rides and water rides. Wyandot Lake has enough space to be a full fledged amusement park, the picnic area could be transformed to a section of a coaster and a couple more flat rides! Who knows? It could happen!

Friday, August 24, 2001 8:08 PM
Not pop-up, bunny hop I mean. It has the pop-up into the station.

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