SANDUSKY, Ohio, Sept. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Time is running out to enjoy all the fun and excitement at Cedar Point. The Sandusky, Ohio, amusement park/resort will only be open daily through Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 6, before it reopens for weekends beginning Sunday, Sept. 12.
But guests can still save big on two visits to the park through the end of October. With the "Buy Once, Visit Twice" deal (P1V2), guests can visit Cedar Point on any two days of the 2010 operating season for only $64. Tickets do not have to be used consecutively and are also valid during the park's extremely popular HalloWeekends festival. (P1V2 tickets must be used by the same person and be purchased online at cedarpoint.com by Monday, Sept. 6.) Other great deals will also be available online at www.cedarpoint.com throughout the remainder of the season.
Located adjacent to Cedar Point, the Soak City waterpark will close for the season on Labor Day. The 18-acre waterpark has water slides, inner tube rivers, the 500,000-gallon Breakers Bay wave pool and special areas for children. Soak City will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Monday, Sept. 6.
After Labor Day, the park will hold several special events. Cedar Point will host the Rev3 Triathlon on Sunday, Sept. 12. The event will consist of a full triathlon and a half triathlon. Both races will start on the Cedar Point Beach and will end on the park's midway. Guests will also be able to watch the race on the large video screen near the Iron Dragon roller coaster. While the park closes at 8 p.m., the finish line will be open until midnight. For more race details, please visit www.rev3tri.com.
Cedar Point will be closed to the public on Saturday, Sept. 11.
On Saturday, Sept. 18, PointFest will return for the second year. The event will feature a stellar list of contemporary Christian artists that includes Casting Crowns, Family Force 5 and David Nasser. Combo tickets for the concert and Cedar Point are available at www.cedarpoint.com.
From Wednesday through Sunday, Sept 15-19, the 38th annual North American In-Water Boat Show will be held in the Cedar Point Marina.
Beginning Friday, Sept. 17, HalloWeekends will return for the 14th year. With haunted houses, outdoor attractions and special activities for the younger ones, HalloWeekends 14 has something for everyone. Complementing this array of Halloween attractions will be the park's unmatched collection of rides, roller coasters and entertainment.
Beginning Sunday, Sept. 12, Cedar Point will be open Friday nights, Saturday and Sundays through Sunday, Oct. 31. Every Friday night, students can save $5 on admission when they show a valid student ID.
For more information about Cedar Point, please visit cedarpoint.com or call the park's General Information Line at 419.627.2350.
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