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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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25 votes, so far

A very, very tame mine train coaster. 4-Mediocre. - James Rao

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

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