Public Places: Amusement Parks
The amusement park features Top Thrill Dragster, a 420-foot-tall, 120-mile-per-hour roller coaster, billed as the tallest and fastest roller coaster ever built. The park has been voted several times as the "World's Best Amusement Park," with its causeway and frontier park of 68 rides, including 16 roller coasters.
Whether you're a serious swimmer or just want to get wet on those hot summer days, Splash Zone's outdoor pool has 6,000 square feet of water to dip your body in. The adventurous can take a slide down the 24-foot-high waterslide. The main pool also features tumble buckets, four lap lanes, water jets, a smaller slide feature with water cannons, and a separate tot pool with a mushroom waterfall.
This 18-acre waterpark, adjacent to the Cedar Point Amusement Park, is a multistory, interactive play area, with more than 100 different wet and wild water gadgets that spray, squirt, and drench guests, Racy water slides, speedy chutes, spewing geysers, activity pools, and many other aquatic elements entertain and amuse water enthusiasts.
The year-round waterpark resort features a 100,000-gallon wave pool, an 80,000-gallon activity pool, a children's play pool, a 1,000-gallon tipping bucket, 12 water slides, a 6,000-square-foot arcade, snack bar, and a TGIF's restaurant.
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