The Wave Geauga Lake T-Shirt. The Wave was a classic attraction at Geauga Lake - a now permanently closed amusement park in Aurora, Ohio. The opening date of the pool was in 1984 and was a main attraction of the water park until its closing in 1999. It was a giant wave pool that sent out large timed waves across the water for swimmers to enjoy. After years at Geauga Lake, Six Flags, and Wild Water Kingdom The Wave was shut down. How sad!  #geaugalake

The Wave | Geauga Lake T-Shirt from Flatiron Apparel

The Wave Geauga Lake T-Shirt. The Wave was a classic attraction at Geauga Lake - a now permanently closed amusement park in Aurora, Ohio. The opening date of the pool was in 1984 and was a main attraction of the water park until its closing in 1999. It was a giant wave pool that sent out large timed waves across the water for swimmers to enjoy. After years at Geauga Lake, Six Flags, and Wild Water Kingdom The Wave was shut down. How sad! #geaugalake

The Villain Geauga Lake T-Shirt. The Villain was a classic rollercoaster at Geauga Lake - a now permanently closed amusement park in Aurora, Ohio. The opening date of the coaster was in May 2000 and was much loved by coaster fans until its closing in 2007. It had a wooden track, but also had steel supports making it a wooden hybrid "out and back" style ride. After years at Geauga Lake and Six Flags, The Villain was demolished and sold for scrap #geaugalake

The Villain | Geauga Lake T-Shirt from Flatiron Apparel

The Villain Geauga Lake T-Shirt. The Villain was a classic rollercoaster at Geauga Lake - a now permanently closed amusement park in Aurora, Ohio. The opening date of the coaster was in May 2000 and was much loved by coaster fans until its closing in 2007. It had a wooden track, but also had steel supports making it a wooden hybrid "out and back" style ride. After years at Geauga Lake and Six Flags, The Villain was demolished and sold for scrap #geaugalake

Geauga Lake 1982 - This is a view of Geauga Lake amusement park in happier days. The Big Dipper is at the right, Corkscrew at the left. (Plain Dealer file)

Remembering Geauga Lake amusement park and the Big Dipper: A look back

Geauga Lake 1982 - This is a view of Geauga Lake amusement park in happier days. The Big Dipper is at the right, Corkscrew at the left. (Plain Dealer file)

Geauga Lake T-Shirt. "The Legend of Terror Returns" Raging Wolf Bobs was a classic rollercoaster at Geauga Lake - a now permanently closed amusement park in Aurora, Ohio. The opening date of the coaster was in 1988 and was celebrated by coaster fans until its closing in 2007. It was a wooden style ride with a chain lift hill modeled after a roller coaster called Bobs out of Riverview Park in Chicago. After years at Geauga Lake and Six Flags, Raging Wolf Bob was dismantled #geaugalake

Raging Wolf Bobs | Geauga Lake T-Shirt from Flatiron Apparel

Geauga Lake T-Shirt. "The Legend of Terror Returns" Raging Wolf Bobs was a classic rollercoaster at Geauga Lake - a now permanently closed amusement park in Aurora, Ohio. The opening date of the coaster was in 1988 and was celebrated by coaster fans until its closing in 2007. It was a wooden style ride with a chain lift hill modeled after a roller coaster called Bobs out of Riverview Park in Chicago. After years at Geauga Lake and Six Flags, Raging Wolf Bob was dismantled #geaugalake

In 1968, three businessmen left their jobs at Cedar Point in Sandusky to purchase Geauga Lake Amusement Park. Geauga Lake had been a summertime escape since the 1870s, but by the 1960s it had fallen o

Geauga Lake: The Funtime Years 1969-1995 (Paperback)

In 1968, three businessmen left their jobs at Cedar Point in Sandusky to purchase Geauga Lake Amusement Park. Geauga Lake had been a summertime escape since the 1870s, but by the 1960s it had fallen o

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