Pepsi Plunge

Pepsi Plunge
Geauga Lake
Location Aurora, Ohio, USA
Status Defunct
Operated 1972 to September 16, 2007
Manufacturer Sansei Technologies
Product Flume Ride

Pepsi Plunge was a Log Flume built by Japanese manufacturer Sansei Technologies previously located at Geauga Lake in Aurora, Ohio, USA.


Pepsi Plunge in 2006.

The attraction first opened as Gold Rush in 1972.

In 1996, the ride became Cuyahoga River Logging Company after Premier Parks acquired Geauga Lake. Then in 1999, Six Flags sold Geauga Lake. For the 2001 season, Cuyahoga River Logging Company was renamed Deerpark Plunge.

After Cedar Fair acquired Geauga Lake in 2004, Deerpark Plunge was renamed Pepsi Plunge. Three years later in 2007, Geauga Lake closed permanently.[1]


  1. "Geauga Lake silences rides; water park remains".

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