Conneaut Lake Park

Amusement park in the United States

Conneaut Lake Park
Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania, USA
Status Operating
Opened August 15, 1892
Owner Trustees of Conneaut Lake Park, Inc.
Operating season May - October
Previous names Exposition Park
Area 200 acres

Conneaut Lake Park is an amusement park in Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania, USA.


The park did not open at all in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.[1] In March 2021, it was sold for $1.2 million to a private company, Keldon Holdings LLC. Following the sale, buildings deemed structurally unsound were demolished.[2] It reopened on July 2, 2021.[3][4]

Roller coasters


Name Manufacturer Type Opened Status
Little Dipper Allan Herschell Company Kiddie 1950 Operating


Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Fate
Blue Streak Edward A. Vettel Wooden July 4, 1938 2019 Scrapped
Go Gator Wisdom Rides Steel 2011 2011 Unknown
Jack Rabbit Wooden c.1904 1936 Scrapped
Scenic Railway T. M. Harton Wooden 1909 1937 Scrapped
Virginia Reel Wooden 1911 1920 Unknown
Wild Mouse B. A. Schiff & Associates Wild Mouse 1961 1990 Scrapped



Name Manufacturer Type Opened
Carousel Unknown Carousel Unknown
Devil's Den Pretzel Company Tracked Dark Ride 1968
Trabant Chance Rides Trabant 2013 or earlier


Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Fate
Flying Scooters Bisch Rocco Flying Scooters 1997 2019 or later Unknown
Sea Dragon Chance Rides Pirate Ship 1984 1990 Relocated to Seabreeze Amusement Park
Tumble Bug Traver Engineering Company Tumble Bug 1925 2019 Scrapped


  1. "Conneaut Lake Park To Go To Bankruptcy Auction for Private Buyer to Take Over". NewsPlusNotes. January 25, 2021. Retrieved January 26, 2021.
  2. "Conneaut Lake Park Sold + Info From the New Owners". NewsPlusNotes. March 14, 2021. Retrieved March 15, 2021.
  3. Krepps, Owen (2021-07-05). "Reinvented, rejuvenated, and restored Conneaut Lake Park set to open for the season". The Titusville Herald. Retrieved 2021-07-07.
  4. Gushard, Keith. "Conneaut Lake Park plans July 4 opening weekend; Tumble Bug gone". Meadville Tribune. Archived from the original on 2021-05-25. Retrieved 2021-06-09.