I went to Cedar Point on Friday, September 14th and had a really good time!
First to start off I will mention that I was sick when I went to the park but I was feeling perfectly okay to go. Later on during the night, things changed.
I first rode Top Thrill Dragster and it was a complete walk-on, not unusual for HalloWeekends Opening Night. In 2017, I got a walk-on too.
I rode Steel Vengeance in the back row first and as usual, an hour and a half wait. I rode the Maverick with a predicted 45-minute wait, but it ended up being only 25-minutes.
After I rode those I went into Deprivation haunted house which is just a black-out maze. There were hardly any screamsters inside and that was a little different from when Eden Musee was in that building.
I did the Cut Throve Cove haunted house and I basically lost my voice 90% by than. When I filmed for my YouTube video it was extremely hard to convey information.
I did the Blood on the Bayou scare zone which had less workers than normal because of how early it is in the season.
I was just going to go home by than because I didn’t want to wait an hour for the Eerie Estate (one of my favorite haunted houses).
I got a Cinnamon Sugar Pretzel from Auntie Anne’s. To end off my night I visited Zombie High School which was a walk-on, very unusual. Most people just weren’t in the front of the park.
I was too sick to stay at the park and didn’t want to wait for anything. It was already 11 p.m. so the park would be closing in an hour.