Cedar Point is finally lifting the veil of secrecy over its new attraction set to open this summer.
Instead of a record-breaking coaster or a spinning contraption, the amusement park is dabbling in some old-fashioned fun for visitors to explore.
Forbidden Frontier on Adventure Island is taking up residence where the park's animatronic dinosaurs and former Shoot the Rapids water ride once called home near Frontier Town.
Crossing over a bridge, park spokesman Tony Clark said, visitors will discover a living, breathing town with real residents and some real problems.
"It's a live-action, as-it's-happening story," he explained. "Only instead of just sitting back and watching [which you can], you can be in the story. And it doesn't matter what time of day you visit — something is always happening, and you're always welcome to see it."