It’s no secret that Cedar Point is one of my favorite places on earth. Just when I thought I couldn’t love Cedar Point anymore, they go and send me the nice information below.
I hope that military families will take advantage of this free admission opportunity, and have a great time experience Cedar Point. It really is fun for everyone.
This Memorial Day weekend, May 25-27, Cedar Point is paying a special tribute to men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces with free admission for all active, retired and honorably-discharged members of the military with valid ID. Additional tickets for immediate family members may be purchased at the gate.
This holiday weekend, families can also cool off at Soak City Waterpark, which opens for the season this Saturday, or enjoy Picnic at the Point, an all-you-can eat buffet from 4-6 p.m. Sunday and Monday in Cedar Point’s Coral Courtyard. Tickets may be purchased online at any admissions booth.
In the spirit of honoring those who serve, off-duty members of the U.S. Coast Guard who are traveling across the country in an electric golf cart to support the Wounded Warrior Project made a stop at Cedar Point this week, marking Day 22 of their 28-day journey. Known as GO CARTS: Guardsmen Carting Across the States, their efforts have attracted nationwide attention since they departed from Petaluma, Calif., in April with plans to arrive back at their base at the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in Yorktown, Va., this Sunday. Their goal is to raise $50,000 for injured men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Pictured from left are U.S. Coast Guard members Travis Sanders, GO CARTS President Ray Rehberg, Nicholas Barron and Deana Nutter posing with their golf cart in front of Cedar Point’s new wing roller coaster, GateKeeper.