New Drone Flyover at Abandoned Geauga Lake Amusement Park is Depressing

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It's not pretty. But you could probably guess that.

After shuttering its doors in September of 2007, the remains of Geauga Lake Amusement Park have been anything but a sight for sore eyes. Its owners, Cedar Fair, continues to operate the Wildwater Kingdom water park but the remnants of Geauga Lake are nothing more than a roller coaster graveyard.



Take a look at this drone video, courtesy of Marc Yaeger and DiJi Photography:



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