Don't know how true this is exactly, but over my years of employment at the park I have heard more then once that when the park was originally being sold my funtime that Busch made an offer, however Funtime wanted to sell all of their parks and Busch was just interested in buying GL and therefore pulled their offer.
With the extra land they have left over, an indoor waterpark/hotel would be a quiet and pleasing attraction to the public, not too mention increased money making for the park. You might as well get used to it Cedar Fair is staying...they wouldn't spend a few million if they hadn't planned on staying...duh! Geauga Lake has always been a nice family park to go there, after all I've been going there for 17 years. It will always keep 2 things in mind....what brings people, and how to keep it family as well. We should let the rest fall into their hands, they know how to run successful parks.