The park is now hiking wages to $20 an hour in hopes of attracting more workers.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

SANDUSKY, Ohio (KDKA) – Cedar Point is closing for some days in June because it doesn’t have enough workers.

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The park says while it ramps up its recruitment efforts — introducing a $500 seasonal sign-on bonus and hiking wages to $20 an hour — it’ll have to adjust its operating calendar, closing for select days in June.

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“We want to be sure we are delivering fun and memorable experiences to our guests. As we’re seeing across a wide range of industries, the availability of labor continues to be a challenge,” a statement on Facebook read.

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Guests who booked an overnight stay or have made reservations will be contacted directly with more information. The park says an up-to-date calendar can be found online.