GO to Cedar Point. It's...
GO to Cedar Point. It's awesome. They have a new roller coaster this year, the Millenium, though I haven't been on it yet. My favorites from previous trips have been
[The Magnum - awesome to ride at night]
[The Power Tower - so scary you might pee your pants].
I plan on going back next month. I'm very excited.
Gotta see and ride one of the...
Gotta see and ride one of the OLD Coasters. This is a coaster for nearly anyone! The Blue Streak roller coaster at Cedar Point has withstood the test of time for more than 36 years. A traditional out-and-back coaster with lots of 'airtime,' the Blue Streak is a 'must-ride' for any hard-core thrill-seeker. Standing a modest 78 feet tall, with its signature black cupola and light blue wooden structure, this vintage scream machine has given more than 49.8 million rides since 1964.
48' tall or taller
Speed: Up to 40 mph
Lift Height: 78 feet
Over-all Dimensions: 1,200 feet long, 100 feet wide, located on 2.75 acres
Angle of Descent: 45 degrees
Vertical Drop: 72 feet
The Magnum XL-200 at Cedar Point amusement park/resort is considered by many to be one of the ultimate scream machines on the planet. In 2001, the Magnum XL-200 was voted No. 3 in the 'Best Steel Roller Coaster in the World' category in a poll conducted by Amusement Today, an international publication that covers amusement and water park news and trends. Standing 205 feet tall, this fan favorite provides riders with unparalleled thrills, action-packed hills and tons of 'airtime!' ride.
Since its debut in 1989, Magnum has given more than 26.7 million rides. In 2001, this classic scream machine gave 2,130,694 rides. Guests must be at least 48 inches tall to ride.
A traditional out-and-back 'hyper-coaster,' Magnum's 5,106 feet of red steel tubular track runs through Soak City water park and along the Lake Erie shoreline, giving riders spectacular views to go along with magnificent hills and blazing speeds. In its 11-year history, this steel giant has given more than 24.5 million rides.
The wooden rollercoaseter, the...
The wooden rollercoaseter, the 'Mean Streak', and let me tell ya, if ya have a bad back or a weak neck, this ride is not recommended for you!
There isn't many all wooden roller coasters around anymore, so if you are brave enough to give it a whirl, by all means, this is the one for you!
Greyraven23's Sandusky Page
I love roller coasters, and Sandusky is one of the best places in American to ride them thanks to Cedar Point Amusement Park. It has the most roller coasters in one place in the entire world. The picture is of Millenium Force which is one of the tallest coasters in the world... I was lucky enough to get in the front seat!