SANDUSKY, OHIO – It’s the end of a time.
Cedar Point amusement park reported to close its ‘Mean Streak’ roller coaster
“Mean Streak has, and always will be a significant part of our roller coaster legacy at Cedar Point,” Jason McClure, vice president and general manager for Cedar Point, said in a statement Monday. “But we have our sights set on the future of FrontierTown, and unfortunately, that means Mean Streak has to leave our lineup of world-class attractions.
Park authorities said more than 26 million visitors have taken the wooden liner for a ride since it opened in 1991.
‘Mean Streak’ is 161 feet tall and components a 155-foot drop.
Goodbye, pard’ner. pic.twitter.com/94ucD8RgJl
— Cedar Point (@cedarpoint) August 1, 2016