"Geauga Lake was an amusement 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 with additional rides and amenities. Further expansion occurred in the mid and late 1990s after Funtime's acquisition by Premier Parks in 1995. Prior to the 2000 season, soon after Premier Parks acquired Six Flags, the park was re-branded as Six Flags Ohio and four new roller coasters were added. A year later, Six Flags bought the adjacent SeaWorld Ohio and combined the two parks under the name Six Flags Worlds of Adventure."
• Beaver Land Mine Ride was relocated to the Papea City amusement park in Yvré-l'Evêque, France
• Dominator was relocated to Kings Dominion in Doswell, Virginia.
• Double Loop was demolished & sold to Cleveland Scrap for $25,000.
• Head Spin was moved to Carowinds, where it was renamed to Flying Cobras.
• Raging Wolf Bobs was sold for $2,500. The ride started to be demolished in 2011.
• Steel Venom became relocated to Dorney Park and renamed Possessed
• Thunderhawk was relocated to Michigan's Adventure
• Villain was sold for scrap to Cleveland Scrap for $2,500. The ride has since been demolished.
|Opening Year||Closing Year||Name||Owner|
|1887||1968||Geauga Lake||William J. Kuhlman|
|1969||1999||Geauga Lake||Funtime Inc.|
|2000||2000||Six Flags Ohio||Six Flags|
|2001||2003||Six Flags Worlds of Adventure||Six Flags|
|2004||2007||Geauga Lake||Cedar Fair|