One of the saddest and one of the oldest theme parks in the world, the Geauga Lake Amusement Park was an amazing place. Some would even say better then Cedar Point…
UPDATE AUGUST 2016: Just announced that the second portion of the lake, Wildwater Kingdom will close forever.
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Other cool Geauga Lake videos:
The Auction – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjz9IY5eP84&index=6&list=LL5k3Kc0avyDJ2nG9Kxm9JmQ
News History – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAlrf8AsDUo&index=20&list=LL5k3Kc0avyDJ2nG9Kxm9JmQ
Closing announcement – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMkQQAdldAU&index=21&list=LL5k3Kc0avyDJ2nG9Kxm9JmQ
Drone Video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTdOVqAhWzI&index=14&list=LL5k3Kc0avyDJ2nG9Kxm9JmQ
Outro Song – JUNGLE – Busy earnin’ — VonPid Edit
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15 Photos of Abandoned Geauga Lake Amusement Park . By Anne Nickoloff Share on Facebook. Tweet Submit to Reddit. Email. OF 16. ... The inside of a Geauga Lake ticket booth
Abandoned Geauga Lake, Ohio, once the largest theme park ...
Abandoned Geauga Lake, Ohio, once the largest theme park in the world. April 21, 2018 Petar Djajkovski. Geauga Lake was known in the 19th century as Picnic Lake. The area was home to early settlers of Ohio, including the notable Sullivan Giles, who chose this place to build his log cabin, and later, a larger timber frame home. The place was ...
Abandoned Geauga Lake Amusement Park | Abandoned Ohio
The now abandoned Geauga Lake amusement park was visited and documented by Lawless several times over the years starting in 2010 making him one of the first to take photographs of it and is why you can see rides and other roller coasters in his images that other photographers images don’t.
Geauga Lake - Wikipedia
Geauga Lake was a theme park in Bainbridge Township and Aurora, Ohio, United States.Established in 1887 in what had been a local recreation area adjacent to a lake of the same name, the first amusement ride was added in 1889, and the park's first roller coaster – later known as the Big Dipper – was built in 1925. In 1969, the park was sold to Funtime, Inc., and was expanded over the years ...
ABANDONED: Inside the Epic Life and Closure of the World's ...
LOST LEGENDS: Geauga Lake / SeaWorld Ohio / Six Flags Worlds of Adventure Do you have time for a tale? Sit back, relax, and dive into the interesting and timeless case of Geauga Lake, a tiny family park that started humbly enough, before rocketing overnight into international headlines by combining with a full-sized SeaWorld to create the world’s largest Six Flags.
Geauga Lake Amusement Park - Abandoned Spaces
The abandoned Geauga Lake park. Author: Mike CC BY-ND 2.0 And so Sullivan Giles chose this area as his home and built his log cabin here in 1817. At a later date, he built a larger home on the spot behind Geauga Lake depot just North of the lake.
The Abandoned Geauga Lake pre-demolition - Architectural ...
The Abandoned Geauga Lake pre-demolition Originally Picnic Lake/Giles Pond, opened as Geauga Lake in 1887, this park was home to early settlers including the Staffords, Mark Patterson, Capt. Simon Henry with his wife Rhoda Parsons and their children, Charles Swires, the Brewsters, and Bohan Blair.
Inside an Abandoned Geauga Lake with Photographer Alice ...
Inside an Abandoned Geauga Lake with Photographer Alice Heart. by John · October 9, 2017. Ten years have passed since Cedar Fair announced that Geauga Lake in Aurora, Ohio, would not reopen for the 2008 season. Remnants of the park, once owned by Six Flags, still dot the 550-acre property, which has yet to be redeveloped. ...
15 Photos of Abandoned Geauga Lake Amusement Park | Scene ...
Back in the day, Geauga Lake Amusment Park was bustling and busy, and home of many a fond memory for northeast Ohio natives. But since the park (which switched to the name Six Flags in 2000 ...