They say all good things must come to an end. That’s even true in the world of roller coasters.
In honor of spring and summer being here, we’re looking back on some of our favorite Cedar Point coasters that are no longer!
Top Thrill Dragster
Last August, a Cedar Point guest was seriously injured at the park. As she was waiting in line for the Top Thrill Dragster, the woman was hit by a flying part off the ride and subsequently injured. The ride won’t be back for 2022, but no word on if it will be back after that.
Cedar Point converted the Mantis into a floorless roller coaster named Rougarou in 2015, the latter of which is still there. But, some people miss the Mantis!
Just this season, Cedar Point removed Antique Cars, a drive-it-yourself ride through Frontier Town, in order to create enough space for a new restaurant.
Wicked Twister welcomed its first passengers at Cedar Point on May 5, 2002. It actually held the record for the world’s tallest and fastest twisting impulse roller coaster. It closed last year!
This was a scary one! Watch video below.
White Water Landing
White Water Landing closed back in 2005.
This was a tipsy turvy one! See footage below.
I don’t remember this one at all. But check out footage below!