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Geauga Lake is a real world park operated by Cedar Fair. It is located in Aurora, Ohio.
The park opened in 1887 as a picnic grove. Over the next couple decades, a roller coaster and many flat rides were added to the park, and it turned into a full blown amusement park. In 1969 the park was bought by Funtime Parks Inc. In 1995 it was sold to Premier Parks and in 2000 it was renamed "Six Flags Ohio". In 2001, Six Flags bought the nearby Sea World Ohio and renamed the park "Six Flags Worlds of Adventures". In 2004, Six Flags sold the park to Cedar Fair who gave back its original "Geauga Lake" name.
- Big Dipper - 1925 - a John A. Miller woodie.
- Double Loop - 1977 - an Arrow Dynamics double looping coaster.
- Iron Wolf - 2018 - an RMC wood/steel hybrid coaster.
- Head Spin - 1996 - a Vekoma Boomerang roller coaster model. Formerly known as "Mind Eraser" (1996-2003).
- Thunderhawk - 1998 - a Vekoma SLC. Formerly known as "Serial Thriller" (1998-2003).
- Dominator - 2000 - a B&M floorless coaster. Formerly known as "Batman Knight Flight" (2000-2003).
- Villain - 2000 - a CCI woodie.
- Beaver Land Mine Ride - 2000 - a Zierer Tivoli family coaster.
- Spinning Dragons - 2008 - a Gerstlauer spinning coaster.
- Steel Venom - 2000 - an Intamin impulse coaster. Formerly known as "Superman: Ultimate Escape" (2000-2003).
- Woodstock Express - 2010 - an E&F Miller kiddie coaster.
- X-Flight - 2001 - a Vekoma Flying Dutchman.