Halloweekends at Cedar Point
Cedar Point is amazing in the summertime, but once there’s a slight chill in the air and the sun starts to go down on a crisp fall night, nothing is better than the trifecta of spook-tacular ghouls, delicious, stick-to-the-rib food and thrilling coasters at HalloWeekends.
Cedar Point’s front gate, all dressed up for Halloween.
Only at Cedar Point can you ride some of the world’s best coasters including the smooth-as-butter, and my personal favorite, the Millennium Force.
There’s plenty of Halloween fun to be had for the whole family with hay mazes…
…the Magical House on Boo Hill…
…and Camp Spooky!
Don’t forget about the shows! Make your way to the outdoor stage to see the Skeleton Crew perform death-defying acrobatic feats.
Then, once night falls, hit up the many themed haunted houses for some seriously spooky fun.
After a long day of frightful fun, take in the view from the top of the Ferris wheel. One of the best parts of HalloWeekends is seeing Cedar Point’s iconic rides all lit up at night.
- Chris Moore