Cedar Point will officially open for the season in a little over a week so I thought I’d share a few pointers in case you were planning a visit soon. We went on opening day last year & will most likely go again this year. Yes, there will most likely be a few hiccups; however, if you go with the mindset of ‘hey, we may not get on everything we want to today & that’s okay,’ I think it helps.
DATES & HOURS
Super excited to see all these updates this year:
First off, opening day is earlier this year on May 7.
Cedar Point will only be open Thursday – Mondays in May.
Starting May 31, they’ll be open 7 days a week.
Cedar Shores opens May 27 & will be open 7 days a week.
From May 26 – June 19, Frontier Festival returns which is their annual celebration of hope, health and harvest returns to Frontier Town. Keep in mind though – the festival starts at 2PM each day.
Another important thing to know is the newer Forbidden Frontier opens June 6 through August 14.
From July 29 – August 21, Cedar Point Nights returns which is their nighttime beach party.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
- No more reservations
- No mask requirements
- They are completely cashless now
- Dragster is closed for 2022 & Wicked Twister is now gone
- There are two new restaurants: The Farmhouse & Derby Dogs
- Similar to last year’s 150th Celebration, there will be a new Parade & Spectacular starting June 24 – August 14
2022 Cedar Point Pre-K Passes are now available! 🙌
@cedarpoint‘s Pre-K pass gives complimentary admission to children ages 3-5 years old.
Here’s how to get one for your kiddo:
✴️ You have to register online by September 5.
✴️ Bring your child to the park on any day they’re open through September 5th to activate their pass.
✴️ Your child must be present & proof of age will be required (birth certificate or passports are acceptable.)
PLAY & HAVE FUN!! 🎢
Register here: https://www.cedarpoint.com/season-passes/pre-k-pass
Are you planning a trip to CP this year?!