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Cedar Creek Mine Ride reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Cedar Creek Mine Ride, a roller coaster at Cedar Point. (The minimum height to ride is 48 inches.)

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A runaway mine train coaster. Good for the kiddies, but there are little to no real thrills on this one. The theming for this ride is not bad at all.

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27 votes, so far

A fun ride, but the height req is ridiqulous. you have to be 48 inches or talle to ride, and it isnt very big. - Steven D

I think this is the most adored this is one of the most underrated rides. This is a great Mine train. Having been used to the usual 1 drop in tunnel Six Flags, it was nice to have a smooth, long, good looking, and surprisingly fun Mine Train. It also had a very strange beauty to it. It is such a great piece of land. 8/10 - Edward Morgan

The Cedar Creek Mine Ride is a great ride for kids. But kids and when I mean kids i mean kids 8 and under. But one tip for older kids if you want to scare the younger kids act like the first hill(which by the way is a fake and what i mean by fake is that the first hill when your about to go down just takes a little dip then goes straight then drops.)is real and start screaming your heads off. for kids 8/10. For older kids and adults.1/10 - Shayne Nissen

This ride is dear to my heart. My first coaster as well as my deceased mother's favorite (and only) coaster that she would ride. Honestly, for a mine train, it entertains to the level it should. - brian newsome

Jerky. And the lapbars are too tight. 3/10 - Bob Miller

This is just your typical mine train roller coaster, however, as with most other rides in the park, CP seems to make this special in its own way. I'm not sure if it's the thrill of being in the presence of coaster legends such as TTD, or if it was just my determination to have a great time, but I enjoyed myself on this little ride. - Beth Bickar

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