Opened in 1892 as Exposition Park, and located on the west side of Conneaut Lake, Conneaut Lake Park survives to this day as a trip back in time. Not a manufactured museum or contrived in any way, Conneaut Lake Park now represents a real alternative to today's frenetic and agitated lifestyle.
Guests can enjoy classic rides like a ferris wheel, tilt-a-whirl, paratrooper, toboggan and even a carousel.
Other facilities include a public beach, miniature golf course, and banquet rooms.
The park also offers the Lakeland Museum, which features historic Conneaut Lake Park memorabilia, Conneaut Lake natural history artifacts, and the race boat that sank during a test run in 1922 and was raised in 1985.
The park is normally open seasonaly, from late May to early October, at varying hours. Call for specifics.
Free, on-site parking is available.