Racerrider Posted December 13, 2009 Share Posted December 13, 2009 What is a shock, is they decided to keep the waterpark open. "Hey guys, we closed you're favorite amusement park, the one you've known and loved for over 100 years, but we kept the waterpark open! Come enjoy the 2 month Cleveland summer at the same business that closed Geauga Lake! Buy season passes, and we might even add a ride or two!" This is one of the reasons why they're losing money. bad business decisions. I went to that water park this summer and it was so ominous there you wouldn't believe it. everywhere you turn there was an old sea world building, or a fence with destroyed remnants of rides behind it. Not the idea of a place to relax. and the old floating bridge was just a floating dock that stuck out 20 feet to a white picket fence, only to see an amusement park being destroyed behind it. I don't see why they didn't just close off the whole property, sell it as a whole, and ship off the water park rides to more profitable parks like Kings Island and Cedar Point. Hopefully as the economy starts to come back, Cedar Fari will come back with it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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