SANDUSKY, Ohio – USA Today, readers voted Cedar Point to the best amusement park in the country. The park's Steel Vengeance was also selected as the country's best roller coaster.
The Park Hotel Breakers also won the best amusement park.
The park, which opened its first roller coaster in 1892, has 70 tours, including 18 roller coasters. Steel Vengeance stands 205 meters high and drives riders together at 74 MPH for 2 minutes, 30 seconds.
"It has managed to maintain the classic park, complete with 3 miles of midway," writes USA Today.
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Knoebels in Pennsylvania and Kings Island in Mason, near Cincinnati, came in second and third in the list of best amusement parks.
See the complete list of the best theme parks and water parks here.