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The Worlds Best Theme Parks - Cedar Point


When it comes to thrill-rides and action, Cedar Point theme park is among the very best in the world. Founded in 1892, it is the second oldest amusement park in North America. Cedar Point is particularly famous for its record breaking roller coasters including Millennium Force, Magnum XL-200, Top Thrill Dragster, Maverick, and Raptor.

"With 75 rides, including 17 roller coasters, Cedar Point amusement park/resort in Sandusky, Ohio, will provide an exciting day of fun and thrills for everyone in the family. Located on a peninsula jutting into Lake Erie, Cedar Point is one of the most popular amusement park and vacation destinations in the country. For starters, Cedar Point has more rides than any park in the world, an unmatched assortment of thrilling coasters and family favorites." (CedarPoint.com)
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12 comments:

  1. My daughter will enjoy being there , I am sure , so next year she will be there - I promised :)!
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  3. I think that this place is just awesome and worth visiting! Will be great time for the whole family!

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  6. I have heard great things about this park. Next summer I am going to USA and I will definitely visit it!

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  7. Absolutely amazing place.I wish I could visit it!

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  8. Your provided information about Cedar Point theme park is highly informative. It’s true that the roller coasters rides of this park are breathtaking. Last time I went there after my hawaii tours but it needs more rides for kids between 40-44 inches.

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