Don't let the water of mother nature
ruin your Cedar Point experience! There is still plenty to do even if it
is raining. If there is light rain than most of the rides will remain
open. In a event of heavy rain or lighting (when it is within 5 miles of
the park) or some other storm, most rides will shut down until the storm
is at least several miles away from the park. High winds may also cause
rides to be down for a certain period of time, depending on the
direction the wind blows. Here is a list of some of the most popular "rain-choices":
E! - Cedar Point has been recognized has having some of the best
shows in the amusement park industry. Each show is appromixtly 20-30
minutes long. Visit our complete show guide
for more information, including times, for all the shows.
- There are few arcades bigger than the main arcade, located in the coliseum.
It has everything from countless, and I mean countless skee-ball
allies to Cedar Point ride simulators, to a MTV drum booth.
Hall Museum - Located in the back of the park near Mine Ride, Town
Hall offers a look back at Cedar Point's past. It has everything on
display from old maps, postcards, and pictures to old games and