Location: Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania
Years Active: 1892 – Active
Conneaut Lake Park is a summer resort and event venue, located in Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania, United States.
It has long served as a regional tourist destination, and was noted by roller coaster enthusiasts for its classic Blue Streak coaster, which was classified as “historic” by the American Coaster Enthusiasts group in 2010.
Conneaut Lake is Pennsylvania’s largest natural (glacier) lake and is a popular summer destination for recreational boaters due to there being no horsepower limit on the lake.
Conneaut Lake Park
Conneaut Lake Park, located in Conneaut, Ohio, is known for its historical significance and the iconic wooden roller coaster, the Blue Streak. The park opened in 1892 and has been a popular destination for amusement seekers in the Ohio region.
Conneaut, Ohio, is a small city located along the shores of Lake Erie in Ashtabula County. It is known for its picturesque lakeside scenery, recreational activities on Lake Erie, and the historical Conneaut Lake Park. The park, with its vintage rides and the Blue Streak roller coaster, is a prominent attraction in the area, drawing visitors for over a century.
Blue Streak at Conneaut Lake Park
The Blue Streak at Conneaut Lake Park is an iconic wooden roller coaster with a rich history. It was built in 1937 by the Ed Vettel Company and is recognized as one of the oldest operating wooden roller coasters in the United States. As of 2023, the Blue Streak is 86 years old, and it continues to be a cherished and thrilling ride for amusement park enthusiasts.