Cedar Point continues finding room in its budget to collect property along Cleveland Road (U.S. 6).
The latest acquisition: Erie County auditor records show the Sandusky-based amusement park purchased 2027 Cleveland Road, known as Budget Host Inn, for a bit more than $1 million.
Tony Clark, a spokesman for the company, confirmed the transaction. But he wouldn’t provide any insight into the park’s possible plans for the property, located beside Castaway Bay, another business Cedar Point owns.
“I do not have any additional info to share at this time,” Clark said.
Since late 2017, Cedar Point has acquired numerous properties on or just off this corridor, located near Cedar Point Drive, the amusement park’s main entryway. The investment for this bundle equals at least an additional $1.27 million in just real estate acquisition alone. The auditor’s office, for unknown reasons, didn’t disclose financial information for a small percentage of land obtained.