Did you know that Cedar Point opened to the public back in 1870? It's true, and did you know that Cedar is a 364 acre amusement park?

I've been going to Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, dating way back to the '70s. I started going there when I was in high school with all my buddies. These days, I take my wife and kids to Cedar Point because it's nothing short of having a blast.

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Cedar Point will open to the public on Saturday, May 7, from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. What's truly amazing is that Cedar Point has 71 rides to choose from. Yes, a world record 71 of the best rides ever!

My favorite ride at Cedar Point is Millennium Force. I could ride that roller coaster all day long and never get tired of it. What's your favorite ride?

Thousands of Michiganders take the trip to Cedar Point every summer to enjoy all that Cedar Point has to offer. I'm talking about roller coasters, thrill rides, water rides, children's rides, and let's not forget about the waterpark too.

So what's new at Cedar Point in 2022? Here's what mlive.com tells us:

This year Cedar Point is offering a new restaurant located in the heart of Frontier Town. According to park staff. the Farmhouse Kitchen & Grill will offer a variety of hand-made dining selections, including roasted corn ribs, house-made chili, char-roasted flank steak with chimichurri, roasted seasonal vegetables, hushpuppies, cast iron brownie a-la-mode and more.

Even though I personally love all the rides at Cedar Point, I also love the midway with all of the challenging games you can play. I'm always shooting to win the big stuffed animals for my wife and daughter.

By the way and I'm sure you're going to like this, Cedar Point will be cashless for all transactions in 2022.

According to mlive.com:

Cedar Point is also exclusively cashless for all transactions within the park and its surrounding properties in 2022. Guests who bring cash to the park can convert it into a prepaid debit card that can be used anywhere – not just inside the park – with no fees.

Enjoy all the rides and have a blast at Cedar Point!

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