Geauga Lake seasonpasses are available
AURORA -- Discount 2007 season passes for Geauga Lake and Wildwater Kingdom are available through Nov. 15.
An unlimited visit pass is 69.95. The Junior/Senior Season Pass for guests 3-61, under 48 inches tall, or age 62 and older, is 49.95. Children under age 2 are free.
Two new season pass options are available. The Maxx Pass (ages 3-61, 48 inches and taller in shoes) is valid for unlimited visits to Geauga Lake and Wildwater Kingdom and all Cedar Fair ride and outdoor water parks is 149.95. A Junior/Senior Maxx Plus Pass (ages 3-61 and under 48 inches tall in shoes, or age 62 and older) is 79.95.
Passes can be ordered by phone, mail or Internet. Phone orders are accepted from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, by calling (330) 562-7131, ext. 0. Mail order forms are available online at geaugalake.com.
For more information, guests can call Geauga Lake & amp; Wildwater Kingdom at (330) 562-8303 or log on to geaugalake.com
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