Forbidden Frontier on Adventure Island
Forbidden Frontier on Adventure Island was an interactive mystery area.
In 2011 WindSeeker would spin riders 301 feet into the sky. Riders were given a very cool view of the Cedar Point peninsula. In January 2012, Cedar Fair got a new CEO named Matt Oumitt. He came to Cedar Fair from Disney. Dinosaurs Alive on Adventure Island would take guests 65 million years into the past in 2012. In 2013 GateKeeper sent riders screaming upside down over the new front gate. 2014 saw a new general manager for Cedar Point, Jason McClure. Jason came to Cedar Point from Dorney Park. 2014 also saw the debut of the new Gemini Midway. Mantis was converted into the floorless Rougarou in 2015. Valravn would dive into Cedar Point in 2016. Soak City was remolded and expanded to become Cedar Point Shores Waterpark in 2017. In 2018 Steel Vengeance became the world's tallest, fastest, and longest hybrid roller coaster. With all of these changes made to the park in just 8 years, there would be more to come in the future.
Dinosaurs Alive took guests 65 million years into the past to see what it was like when dinosaurs roamed the earth. The attraction had 50 life-sized dinosaurs. Many of the dinosaurs would move and make noise.
On August 21, 2018, Cedar Point announced that Dinosaurs Alive was going extinct and would be replaced with Forbidden Frontier for the 2019 season.
Crystal Rock Rafts
A Walk Around Path
Leaving the Island
A New Frontier
After Cedar Point opened Forbidden Frontier in 2019 they planned to Celebrate the parks 150th anniversary in 2020. It was delayed until 2021 due to a global pandemic. Snake River Expedition would also open in 2021. In 2022 Cedar Point added general park additions.
Last Updated: 03/07/2023
Media By: Andrew Borgen, Cedar Point, and Jake Hamons