A worker was injured Thursday morning during test run of new Impulse roller coaster at Knoebels.To read more or comment...
When the I-X Center Indoor Amusement Park throws open its doors on Friday for its Spring Break run, visitors will find a wide variety of rides.
The park is offering 61 rides and funhouse attractions this year.
The popular Crazy Mouse spinning roller coaster is making its return this year.
Since Cedar Point removed its wild mouse roller coaster several years ago, fans of this type of coaster have had to travel to Waldameer Park in Erie, Pa., to ride its Steel Dragon for similar thrills.To read more or comment...
This year’s show lineup at the IX Center amusement park has bit of everything this year.
The indoor amusement park is set to open its doors on Friday with the KISS FM Spring Break Concert presented by Pepsi.
The concert, which is included in the price of admission, will start at 6:30 p.m. and will be headlined by 18-year-old singer Becky G and Ohio native Alex Angelo.
The daily shows, which feature a variety of different acts that make the amusement park circuit in the summer months, include one featuring rescued sea lions.To read more or comment...
Cedar Point has set the date and is firming up the details for this summer’s Coaster Campout.
The park’s social media guru Tony Clark disclosed the details Friday morning on his ONPOINT - CP BLOG (https://www.cedarpoint.com/online-fun/onpoint-the-cp-blog).
The big change for coaster enthusiasts this year is the fact the overnight stay will not be free.
The park is charging $200 per campsite with the proceeds benefiting A Kid Again, a group that provides “fun and adventure for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.”To read more or comment...
The I-X Indoor Amusement Park will open for the season with a youthful vibe.
Opening day on Friday, March 27 will feature the KISS FM Spring Break Concert presented by Pepsi.
The concert, which is included in the price of admission, will start at 6:30 p.m. and will be headlined by 18-year-old singer Becky G.To read more or comment...
Cedar Point is teaming up with the LeBron James Family Foundation to auction off the first public rides on the park’s new sit-down roller coaster.
The highest bidders will be among the first 64 public riders on the Rougarou at a special event from 5 to 7 p.m. May 8.
The lucky winners will also score some limited edition gear including:
• A commemorative medallion – featuring Rougarou and the LeBron James Family FoundationTo read more or comment...
Cedar Point is looking to bolster its workforce for the summer season.
The park said it plans to hire around 5,000 people for a variety of jobs from cooking on the midway to running its major roller coasters.
The park is hosting open interviews from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Breakers Express hotel.
The park also offers its seasonal workers free access to Cedar Point and Soak City, employee housing, college credit, employee appreciation events and bus excursions.To read more or comment...
Cedar Point is abuzz with activity, but most of the work is just outside of the park.
Workers are scrambling to complete work on the massive renovation of the historic Hotel Breakers before opening weekend in early May.
While some areas of the hotel are still down to bare boards, work is all but complete on the pricey top floor.To read more or comment...
Cedar Point is planning to throw open its gates to season passholders the night before opening day.
Park officials say “select rides” including the Rougarou will be open for the night exclusively for season passholders from 7 to 10 p.m. May 8.
The first public rides will be May 9 when the park officially kicks off its 2015 season.To read more or comment...
An old favorite is being bumped from Cedar Point’s 2015 ride line-up.
Cedar Point confirmed Monday that it is removing its Turnpike Car attraction.
The attraction, which opened in 1965, was not among the initial rides listed by the park over the weekend for removal or relocation for the 2015 season.
The ride, situated by the Blue Streak, was popular with families where young drivers could traverse a car through a winding trail.To read more or comment...