Cedar Point History - 1930's

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Sunday, June 8, 1930
Cedar Point opens for its 61st season.
Monday, June 8, 1931
Cedar Point opens for its 62nd season.
Friday, July 24, 1931
G.A. Boeckling passes away at the age of 69.
Sunday, June 12, 1932
Cedar Point opens for its 63rd season.
Saturday, July 2, 1932
Leaping Lena ride opens between Merry-Go-Round and Noah's Ark. The attraction is a 62-foot flat ride with 12 racy autos. Each auto is flexibly attached to a moving trolley and is towed around the circular dished platform at 6 RPM.
1933

Motordome and circus sideshow are among the new attractions on the midway

Sunday, June 11, 1933
Cedar Point opens for its 64th season.
Sunday, June 11, 1933
Venetian swings opens.
1934

Leap Frog is rebuilt and renamed High Frolics.

Tumble Bug opens.

Saturday, June 16, 1934
Cedar Point opens for 65th season.
1935

Final season for Leap the Dips Scenic Railway

Saturday, June 15, 1935
Cedar Point opens for its 66th season.
Saturday, June 13, 1936
Cedar Point opens for its 67th season.
1937

New bridle path opens behind Hotel Breakers.

Tavern Terrace, an open-air cocktail lounge, opens.

Pony Track attraction opens

Saturday, June 12, 1937
Cedar Point opens for its 68th season.
1938

Hi-De-Ho in the Dark fun house opens.

Telephone cable laid along bottom of Sandusky Bay connecting Cedar Point and Sandusky

Octopus ride opens.

Saturday, June 11, 1938
Cedar Point opens for 69th season.
1939

Second floor of Coliseum renovated into Art Deco ballroom

Final season for High Frolics.

Saturday, June 10, 1939
Cedar Point opens for 70th season.