“Unfortunately, a combination of unfavorable weather, labor, and material shortages led to the delayed opening,” said Chad Showalter, Kings Island’s spokesman, in a statement. Park employees are now working to help those who already had booked stays reschedule their visit or find another accommodation for their trip.
Those who desire to cancel their reservation and receive a full refund can email [email protected] and include the name that the reservation was made under, as well as their confirmation number.
The hybrid resort and camping destination will open with 73 cottages and 164 full-service RV spaces, with another 100 cottages planned. Resort guests will be able to enjoy outdoor entertainment like recreational and adult-exclusive pools, ponds, a walking trail and unique dining options. Camping must-haves will also be available, including bathhouses, a laundry facility, firepits, grills, and picnic tables. Those visiting Kings Island can enjoy resort-exclusive perks like Stay and Play packages.
For more information about Camp Cedar, head to VisitCampCedar.com.