Cedar Point Set To Reopen Monday

UPDATED: Monday June 9, 2014 7:01 AM

Cedar Point is set to reopen Monday morning, after Ohio's most popular amusement park closed through the weekend because of a water main break.
Park officials closed Cedar Point on Saturday after the water main break in the city of Sandusky disrupted its primary water supply.
They say a lack of reliable water poses safety risks. Visitors' tickets will be honored on future dates this season.

To celebrate the park’s reopening, Cedar Point says guests can buy a one-day admission ticket now through Sunday, and get a free Soak City ticket.

The one day Cedar Point ticket must be used by Sunday.  The free Soak City ticket is good through September 1.
Cedar Point sees more than 3 million visitors a year, making it the most visited amusement park in Ohio.
According to the website of owner Cedar Fair Entertainment Co., Cedar Point is believed to be the largest seasonal amusement park in the U.S. That's measured by the number of rides and attractions and the hourly ride capacity.

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