The Mysterious Case of Mean Streak

Enthusiasts have speculated about Mean Streak's future for years. That speculation was given a shot of adrenaline when Cedar Point announced in August that the wooden giant would be "closing for good" on September 16, 2016. Construction crews soon began work on Mean Streak, with all signs pointing to a transformation by Rocky Mountain Construction.

2018 Announcement
FrontierTown — August 16 @ High Noon
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Photos – July 18, 2017

Photos – May 7, 2017


Tease #5

They stake their claim

Tease #4

There's a score to settle

Tease #3

They're wild and unruly

Tease #2

They're rollin' in like thunder

Tease #1


Cedar Point to unveil new coaster Wednesday
August 15, 2017

Cedar Point will spill the beans this week on Mean Streak makeover
August 14, 2017

Cedar Point's former Mean Streak gets taller, wilder
July 19, 2017

Cedar Point's super secret revamp of Mean Streak
July 18, 2017

New wood and steel coaster to open at Cedar Point in 2018
July 18, 2017

Makeover of Mean Streak roller coaster under way at Cedar Point
October 25, 2016

Cedar Point's GM talks 2017, Mean Streak
August 23, 2016

Mean Streak "gets the axe" in September
August 1, 2016