Keep. Cedar Point is a major amusement park, and yes: you can sleep there. - Todd VerBeek 10:50, 3 April 2006 (EDT)
Keep... ish. "Large amusement parks" is an exception, not a rule. I'd think of Disneyland as a better exception, in that its internals (TomorrowLand, the Matterhorn) have become part of American culture. I'm not sure I know any of the attractions at Cedar Point, but I'll take JB and TVB's word that this amusement park is comprehensive enough to be an exception. --Evan 10:08, 6 April 2006 (EDT)
Keep. Didn't this discussion end more than a year ago? For some reason the "marked for deletion" tag appears on the article now. Don't delete, keep it. Cedar Point is a major destination, and yes, people actually live there, at least during the summer.
Keep. Cedar Point is a major destination, 7 million visitors a year to Erie Cnty. and it does have a place to sleep, (several hotels) as well as about three miles of very expensive homes.