|Click here to watch the on-ride POV|
|Designer / calculations||Ron Toomer|
|Type||Steel - Hybrid|
|Riders per train||30|
|Propulsion||2 chain lift hills|
|Top speed||40 mph|
Cedar Creek Mine Ride is a steel hybrid roller coaster located at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, USA. It is the second oldest operating roller coaster in the park, with the oldest being Blue Streak. The ride was built by Arrow Dynamics and opened on May 24, 1969.
In 2019, Cedar Creek Mine Ride celebrated its 50th anniversary. The attraction received some changes, including a new station soundtrack, special effects in the first tunnel and mineshaft scenery in the queue.
On May 24, 1984, a 5-year-old boy suffered a fractured skull and bruises after falling from the train's front seat during its 30 foot drop. The ride had a 48 inch height restriction when it opened in 1969, but this was later relaxed to 48 inches or accompanied by a parent, so the boy may have been too small to ride. After the incident, the park reinstated the original 48 inch height restriction and modified the lap bars.
- "The Magnum, Cedar Creek Mine Ride celebrate anniversaries at Cedar Point this season". https://www.wtol.com/article/news/local/the-magnum-cedar-creek-mine-ride-celebrate-anniversaries-at-cedar-point-this-season/512-d74ad93c-641a-4405-89ea-f3ad3acb715a.
- "Boy injured in fall at Cedar Point", The Akron Beacon Journal (May 25, 1984), pp. 47. Retrieved on December 27, 2021.
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.