Cedar Point Shores

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Cedar Point Shores
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Slogan Slide On
Location Sandusky, Ohio, United States
Coordinates 41°29′23″N 81°36′42″W / 41.48972°N 81.61167°W / 41.48972; -81.61167Coordinates: 41°29′23″N 81°36′42″W / 41.48972°N 81.61167°W / 41.48972; -81.61167
Owner Cedar Fair
Opened 1988 (as Soak City)
2017 (as Cedar Point Shores)
Previous names Soak City (1988-2016)
Operating season May through September
Area 16 acres (65,000 m2)
Pools 5 pools
Water slides 12 water slides
Children's areas 4 children's areas
Website Official website

Cedar Point Shores, formerly known as Soak City, is a water park located adjacent to Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. It is owned and operated by the Cedar Fair.

History[edit]

The waterpark opened as Soak City in 1988 adjacent to Cedar Point. The original complex consisted of 10 slides. In 1990, Main Stream and Tadpole Town were added. In 1995, Zoom Flume, Renegade River and Choo-Choo Lagoon were added. A 6.5-acre addition in 1997 included a 22,500-sq. ft. wave pool, an action slide area with three twisting enclosed inner tube raft slides, an activity pool section with various interactive water elements and an adult activity area with whirpools and a swimup refreshment center. Splash Zone, an interactive water structure was added in 2004. All the water slides in the main complex were repainted for the 2012 season, also a new Mat Racer, Dragster H2O (Now known as "Riptide Raceway"), was added for the 2012 season. On August 18, 2016, Cedar Point has announced that Soak City would be renamed into Cedar Point Shores, and will be expanded to include a slide complex, and a new family Splashground called Lemmy's Lagoon, replacing the old Choo Choo Lagoon that was demolished. The Surf Shop was also demolished. All current slides will be renamed according to the Cedar Point Shores Website.

Slides and attractions[edit]

Cedar Point Shores offers a wide variety of water slides and other attractions including:[1]

Name Year Opened Description Height Requirement Thrill rating
Great Lakes Cove 1997 A children's play area featuring floats designed like animals. Formerly Adventure Cove Floats from 1997-2016 Guests Between 46" to 48" must be accompanied by a responsible person N/A
Lily Pad Walk 1997 A children's area featuring a pool with lily pads with a rope that kids can climb across. Formerly Adventure Cove Lilly Pad Walk from 1997-2016. Over 46" 3
Breakwater Bay 1997 A 500,000-Gallon wave pool with 3 and 4 feet (0.91-1.2 m) waves. Guests can either body surf or float up and down in inner tubes. Previously known as Breakers Bay from 1997-2016. Guests under 48" must wear a life jacket 4
Riptide Raceway 2012 A six lane Mat Racer. The slide is 45 feet (14 m) tall with a max speed of 30 miles per hour (48 km/h). Previously known as Dragster H20 from 2012 to 2016. Manufactured by WhiteWater West.[2] Over 42" 5
Lake Erie Nor'easter 1997 A slide complex featuring three enclosed water slides. The slides are notably black which produces a pitch black ride. Formerly Eerie Falls from 1997-2016. Over 48" 5
Lakeside Landing 2017 A Family Splashground with, 12 kid-sized water slides. Opening in 2017. Over 46"
Runaway Rapids 1990 A lazy river. Previously known as Main Stream from 1990-2016. Guests under 48" must wear a life jacket 2
Point Plummet 2017 A Multi-slide complex with Skybox Body Slides and Tube Slides. Identical to other installations at Carowinds, Dorney Park, Kings Dominon, Kings Island, Knott's Berry Farm, Valleyfair, and Oceans of Fun
Lemmy's Lagoon 2017 A Family Splashground that will be opening in 2017. It will be replacing the former Choo Choo Lagoon, Which was demolished as part of a renovation of Cedar Point Shores. Maximum height of 52"
Cedar Creek 1995 A second lazy river. Previously known as Renegade River from 1995-2016. Guests under 48" must wear a life jacket 2
SplasH20 2004 SplasH20 is a multi-story 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 cascading aqua elements. Formerly Splash zone from 2004-2016. Four slides accommodate guests over 40" tall while three slides are reserved for shorter guests 2
Waterin' Hole 1990 A small children's water playground with plenty of water features. Formerly known as Tadpole Town from 1990-2016. Maximum height of 52" N/A
Fisherman's Fury 1988 Three body slides with several tunneling areas, twists, and looping turns. There are also three more inner tube slides that offer a milder ride, including a gentle slope recommended for beginners. All the slides were repainted from white to different colors for the 2012 season. Previously known as water slides from 1988-2016. Over 48" 5
Storm Surge 1995 A family rafting slide that stands 76 feet (23 m) above the ground. Previously known as Zoom Flume from 1995-2016. It has been repainted for 2017. Over 46" 5

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Slides and Attractions". Soak City. Retrieved August 15, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Cool off with Dragster H20". PointBuzz. Retrieved 2014-07-16. 

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