Could new security measures make longer lines and waiting times at Ohio’s amusement park?
Many families are gearing up for opening week at Cedar Point but you may want to prepare yourself for longer check-ins.
WBNS reported that the “Roller Coaster Capital of the World” installed metal detectors to add another level of security.
Cedar Point spokesman Tony Clark says the process for passing through metal detectors should go quickly.
Cedar Point will open Saturday with a newly expanded water park called Cedar Point Shores. It has the second most roller coasters in the world behind Six Flags Magic Mountain in Clarita, California.