SeaWorld used to operate a separate marine life park, but between 2000 and 2003, Six Flags bought SeaWorld Ohio, combined it with Geauga Lake, added Hurricane Harbor water park, and called the mega-park "Six Flags World of Adventure." Six Flags sold the property to Cedar Fair in 2004. Cedar Fair closed the marine life park and reverted to the park's original name, Geauga Lake. Cedar Fair closed the Geauga Lake amusment park in 2007. The water park remians open.
From Detroit: Take I-75 S to I-280 S to Ohio Turnpike. Travel East on Turnpike to Exit 187, then take SR 43 N and follow signs.
From Toledo & points west: Take Ohio Turnpike East to Exit 187, then head East on SR 14 to SR 43 N and follow signs.
From Akron: Take SR 8 N to SR 82 E. Turn left onto SR 43 and follow signs.
From downtown and South Cleveland: Take I-480 E to 422 E toward Solon/Warren. Exit at SR 91 and turn right. Go to SR 43, turn left and follow signs.
Water Park Features:
Funnel ride, interactive kids' water play area, wave pool, tube slides, body slides, and lazy river.
Pictures of the Park:
Official Web Site:
Attractions at the huge 17-acre Widwater Kingdom Water Park at Geauga Lake include Splash Landing, an interactive water play area with dump bucket, the Riptide Run lazy river, the 100-foot-tall Thunder Falls water slide tower, and the Coral Cove activity area. Rounding off its watery wonders are Tidal Wave Bay, Geauga Lake's 30,000-square-foot wave pool, and Liquid Lightning, a twirling ride that's fun-nel (get it?!) for the whole family.