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Although people living in southern Asia may disagree, tidal waves can be fun. At least, that's what the folks behind Geauga Lake's new $5 million investment Tidal Wave Bay hope. The amusement park's latest attraction (part of its Wildwater Kingdom) tosses visitors into a 30,000-square-foot pool filled with nearly 400,000 gallons of water. The pool — which checks in at 325 feet wide and 220 feet long — hurls anything inside it from side to side, replicating an actual tidal wave.
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