Wyandot Lake Theme Park
Located outside Ohio, Columbus Wyandot Lake is a one price admission water amusement park that has at least 45 different and all exciting attraction for the whole family. A 63 year old classic wooden coaster by the name of the Sea Dragon offers huge attractions in the amusement park while the water park has an all consuming one-million gallon wave pool which will surely keep you occupied till the end. However, you might feel that tickets are hard to come by but it is not so at all. In fact, the Wyandot Lake Tickets and Wyandot Lake Coupons are available at the park itself and at quite an affordable price. So, if you are looking for a whole family fun tour for a day then Wyandot Lake can surely fill the quota.
Wyandot Lake Tickets are available for Canoochee Creek, the slow flowing river of the park as well as for the Starfish Ferris wheel. In fact, the Starfish Ferris wheel will give you a full view of the entire park from its topmost point. You might also like to check out the twisting water slide or the cruise down the hills in a winding roller coaster.
Wyandot lake also offers you further attractions like those of a million gallon wave pool as said before as well as beautiful picnic spots where you can sit and have your lunch after all the fun and frolic in the park. The picnic spots are really very scenic and provide a nice environment for strolls that will make you feel highly contented especially in the summertime.
The history of the park runs back much beyond 1995 when Funtime Parks, Inc. had owned Wyandot Park. However, in 1995 the park merged with Premier parks and then moved on to Six Flags as one in their huge chain of amusement parks in 1999. Until 2006 the Six Flags ran park under the same name of Wyandot Lake. The park had at that time included 45 rides including “Sea Dragon” for which Wyandot Lake tickets were available even until 2006.
However, Six Flags ran into financial problems exactly after they bought the Wyandot Lake and were forced to sell a number of amusement parks as well as water parks from their huge chain of parks. They had to join hands with the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium to save the remaining parks from getting out of their hands. Shortly after this the Zoo started the reconstruction of the park and declared that due to this process the park would be closed for the entire season of the year 2007. The park’s constructions will however be over by the end of 2007 and the park will be reopened in 2008 under a new name Zoombezi Bay. However for the time being it is still popular as the Wyandot lake.
After the park finally opens up do go and enjoy the Wyandot lake discounts that will be on offer then and do not forget to get your Wyandot Lake coupons when you go.