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Old 06-23-2006, 01:15 PM   #1
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Going to Cedar Point and wondered which way from the turnpike would be easier, exit 110 or 118 for a 35 foot motor home.
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Going to Cedar Point and wondered which way from the turnpike would be easier, exit 110 or 118 for a 35 foot motor home.
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Old 06-23-2006, 03:00 PM   #3
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Perhaps it would help if you mentioned where/what Cedar Point is. But then, I suppose that anybody who could provide directions to it would know that...

Anyway, I don't have a clue what you are talking about. Hopefully somebody else will.
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Old 06-23-2006, 03:44 PM   #4
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This is what Cedar Point is:

Cedar Point - Sandusky Ohio

Unfortunately, I can't be of any help in answering your question as I haven't been to Cedar Point in over ten years. I'm sure things have changed since then.
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Believe it is 250 north; the exit is well marked on the pike.
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Thanks Frank for the link. I shouldn't assume everyone in the country knows what the best amusement park is.
Yes R.G. 250 north is exit 118. I was Just wondering if that is easier for a motor home than exit 110 which is 4 north.
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Wayne:

We stayed at the Camper Village the last time we visited Cedar Point. It's pricy, but has the following advantages:
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<LI>You're right at the park. No need to travel, put up with all the traffic, and find a parking place.
<LI>You avoid all the lines of people at the admission gates and, according to the website you get admission to the park 1/2 hour before those who drive in.
<LI>You have return privileges to the park so you can go back to your RV as often as you like to "freshen-up", have a bite to eat, sip cold drink or whatever. This can save money as you don't have to purchase the high-priced food/drinks in the park.[/list]About the only negative thing I can think of was our campsite bordered the "Mean Streak" coaster and you were serenaded with the incessant noise of the coaster from when the park opened until around one o'clock in the morning. The park closed at midnight when we were there and they had a policy that if you were in the line at midnight, you got to ride, so the coaster ran until well after midnight.
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I didn't weigh in on this before since it was a routing issue and I couldn't remember, but we have been to Cedar Point on three different occassions over the past ten years and stayed both "on" and "off" property.

For the fine reasons Frank has given,we will stay at Camper Village each and every chance we get to visit Cedar Point.

Having grown up near Busch Gardens in Williamsburg,VA and thinking "it" was the biggest and best for many years,I was pleasantly surprised and tremendously impressed with Cedar Point.

I can say that we pulled a fiver two times and then had a 39' Journey the third time and never had an issue with accessibility on any of the roads....

Get out there and enjoy that camper and come back here on iRV2 and tell us about it!
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Either route will work. If you get off at Route 4, go North to Rt. 2, East to next exit which is 259.

If you get off at Exit for 250, go North to Cedar Point via 250. Rt. 4 is slightly closer and probably less traffic.

250 is easier if you do not know the area.

Hope this helps!!!!
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Thank alot Jojolima.
I was thinking 250 was the way I should go.
This is only my third trip with the mo-ho, (can't wait) and didn't want to get stuck somewhere.
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Yep, took 250 and was very easy to go to Cedar Point!
Thanks for all the help!
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