Since 1978, Cedar Point coasters have set height and speed records, from the race-themed Gemini to the Top Thrill Dragster, which drops from 420 feet in the air reaching 120 mph in 3.8 seconds. The relatively new Steel Vengeance coaster set new records for its intimidating drop. Peanuts characters welcome kids to Camp Snoopy with easy rides for the little tykes. And, most recently, it's branched out beyond coasters with Forbidden Frontier, a "choose your own adventure" interactive-type attraction. This summer, Cedar Point is rolling out a phased reopening, with season, gold, and platinum passholders welcome July 9-10, and guests staying at the park's resort or with pre-purchased tickets welcome starting July 11. Health and temperature screenings and face coverings are required, and social distancing and enhanced cleaning protocols will be in place.
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