We’re gonna go way back in time for this one.
Back over 100 years, when, along the famous Cedar Point Beach, these pedicabs traversed the boardwalk every summer.
And now, with a nod to that special mode of transportation, we’ve brought them back.
Introducing the Boardwalk Cruisers!
The Boardwalk Cruisers are the modern version, all decked out with modern conveniences like comfortable seating…
Modern, yet retro décor…
And tour guides ready to provide a calm and quiet ride along the Cedar Point Boardwalk (hello, Stove!).
On Thursday, the inaugural run was enjoyed by Susan (far right sitting down) and her colleagues who work at the beach admission gate. And here’s an awesome fun fact about Susan – she’s the great niece of George Boeckling, one of Cedar Point’s early founders!
She was able to take the first boardwalk ride in over 100 years. Now THAT is cool.
Say hi to Susan and her team when you’re out there!
Our Boardwalk Cruisers can be picked up at either end of the boardwalk near the “boardwalk & beach” overhead signs, or, if no passengers are present, the guides will be happy to pick you up wherever you’re planted.
A one-way trip is $5; a round-trip back and forth is $10. Maximum passengers is 2, and this fee is for the whole trip, not per person.
Hours vary throughout the summer and those hours will be displayed at each end of the boardwalk daily.
Of course, since they’re working hard, tips are totally acceptable.
Be a part of history as we re-introduce this basic, yet completely modern and enjoyable form of transportation. It's very relaxing!
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