Cedar Point - Soak City

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  • Address: 1 Cedar Point Dr, Sandusky, OH 44870, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4196272350
  • Tags: Water Park, Family And Kids

The Cedar Point - Soak City, now renamed as Cedar Point Shores is operated by Cedar Fair with an array of thrill rides, water slides and roller coasters designed for people of all ages. The Main Stream, Wave pool, Lemmy’s Lagoon and Riptide Raceway are the attractions of the Cedar Point - Soak City or Cedar Point Shores. For kids, there are Lily Pad walk, Waterin’ Hole and Great Lakes Cove. The 3 feet and 4 feet waves at the Breakwater Bay, rafting slide of Storm Surge, Cedar Creek lazy river, and the family splash ground of Lakeside Landing and Lemmy’s Lagoon with its kiddie water slides can be enjoyed by the family. The Lake Erie Nor’easter, Riptide Raceway, Point Plummet, Splash H2O, and Perch Plunge are for those who seek some thrill.

How to Reach Cedar Point - Soak City

  • Buses to stop - Brakers Station
  • Trains to stop - Midway Station
  • Buses to stop - Cedar Point Marina Station
  • Buses to stop - Cedar Point Docks

  • Cedar Point - Soak City Address: 1 Cedar Point Dr, Sandusky, OH 44870, USA, United States
  • Cedar Point - Soak City Contact Number: +1-4196272350
  • Cedar Point - Soak City Timing: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm
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  • 69.07% of people who visit Sandusky include Cedar Point - Soak City in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Cedar Point - Soak City visit around 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cedar Point - Soak City

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People normally also visit Mean Streak while planning their trip to Cedar Point - Soak City.

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Cedar Point - Soak City Reviews & Ratings

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  • Great park. Worth the trip. Clean and not overly commercialized. Some rides were down for our entire stay, but safety first, right? Very long wait times for the most popular coasters, but plenty to make up for that. Definitely need multiple days to experience it all.

  • Let me start off by saying the rides were fantastic. What wasn't fantastic was feeling like I was charged admission to certain rides via locker fees. I brought a small hand bag and was told that it couldn't be brought with me on account of its size (they stopped providing bins for your bags and such on the newer rides) and that I'd have to buy a locker at a rate of a dollar an hour up to 3 hours. One of the lockers didn't even lock after I'd bought it, there was no attendant in sight so I had to buy another one. The line said it would take 90 minutes so I bought a 3 hour locker knowing the ride was probably going to be delayed at some point in my waiting. The line took over 3 hours. I went back to my locker only to find that it wouldn't open unless I paid a fee for going over time, my cards were in the locker though. I had to search for an attendant and luckily he was understanding and opened the locker for me. The next thing... fast pass. DO NOT go to cedar point without buying a $110 fast pass for everyone, if you don't you will be waiting in line nearly twice as long while a few get to rush to the head of the line. If the fast pass line gets too long, only fast pass gets to go and you end up waiting upwards of 3 hours only to get your items locked away and asked to pay a fee.

  • A great place to camp while visiting the park. The only reason I didn't give it 5 was price ($118 / night.). The book said they offer lodging discount for season pass holders. When we inquired about the discount. We were told they don't do the discount. And let's face it. We brought our lodging with us. $118/ night seems to be high for a parking spot. As a comparison. Disney's Fort Wilderness campground the longer your stay. The lower the nightly rate. However Cedar Point Lighthouse point remains the same. Otherwise a clean quiet and well kept campground.

  • Remembering when I was a small child going with my grandma and her best friend at age 10 (1980), up until the age of 28, 1998. I was excited to play the games, ride the rides, and just walking through the park and seeing so many people come together and share the same memories I did at that time was a memory I'll never forget! Now that I'm older, bringing my grandson for his first time was another exciting memory. He enjoyed the rides and the ice cream! The smile on his face was enough enjoyment for me! Thanks Cedar Point! You never disappoint!

  • Great location for an amusement park! I was only interested in the bigger roller coasters. 2 hour wait times for pretty much every one. Food is as expensive as any other amusement park of this scale. They have lots of washrooms and plenty of water fountains that help you save money and stay hydrated. Definitely want to go back!

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