Cedar Point Shores waterpark will be ready to make waves this weekend.
The park is set to open Saturday.
Watch the video in the player above to see what you can do there.
The 18-acre park houses 17 water attractions, including a six-story aqua-drop slide called Point Plummet. The floor drops beneath riders, resulting in a series of twists and turns through an enclosed tunnel.
Visitors can also try Portside Plunge, a five-story inner tube slide for individuals and partners.
Lemmy's Lagoon is an area aimed at children, featuring a splash zone and geysers.
Lakeside Landing is also ideal for families and kids, with smaller slides that aren't so intense, and a shallow pool.
There's also a new cafe, called Crystal Rock, where hungry visitors can get pizza, wraps, salads and seafood items. Ice cream is another option at Beaches and Cream, where a new flavor with a hint of cotton candy can be found.
Adults looking to indulge in some boozy beverages can try Muffleheads Beach Bar, which features the Shandy Shores custom beer with a mix of mango and blood orange. Those not wanting to leave the water can try the swim-up bar, Schooner's Bayside, for more drinks and snacks.
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