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  • Crystal Beach may refer to one of the following locations: *Crystal Beach, a community in Fort Erie, Ontario that once housed an amusement park of the same name. *Crystal Beach, a community located in Ottawa, Ontario. *Crystal Beach, a popular historical beachfront near Galveston Bay, Texas.
  • Crystal Beach is an unincorporated community in the Palm Harbor census-designated place of Pinellas County, Florida, United States.
  • Crystal Beach is a community within Fort Erie, Ontario with a population of 3,800. It was named for the "crystal-clear" water conditions present when it was founded on the northeast shore of Lake Erie, across from Buffalo.
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  • atmospheric phenomena accompanying the daily appearance of the sun
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  • dawn: the first light of day; "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning"
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Crystal Beach Amusement Park-The Good Old Days
Crystal Beach Amusement Park-The Good Old Days
A century of fun and sun at the famous American/Canadian amusement park at Crystal Beach Ontario, Canada 1890/1989.
A chronicle and oral history of the founding and development of this American colony in Canada, enjoyed by millions of people from around the world, almost as famous as the nearby natural wonder call Niagara Falls.

In the beginning there was heaven and earth and on earth there was a heavenly place called Crystal Beach. The American dream came true here in Canada at Crystal Beach.

A century of fun and sun at the famous American/Canadian amusement park at Crystal Beach Ontario, Canada 1890/1989.
A chronicle and oral history of the founding and development of this American colony in Canada, enjoyed by millions of people from around the world, almost as famous as the nearby natural wonder call Niagara Falls.

In the beginning there was heaven and earth and on earth there was a heavenly place called Crystal Beach. The American dream came true here in Canada at Crystal Beach.

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July 29, 1978 Reporter "investigates" the River Kwai tube ride on Crown Mountain at Crystal Beach... one of two of the country's biggest water rides opening in the area. Reporter Tests Suicidal Thrills in New Fun Rides By Michelle Coffas THE INNER tube teetered at the edge of the waterfalls and the woman clung desperately as the water forced her over the edge. She took one last breath and held her nose. The fall was long and perilous but she made it to the end. She looked heavenward and was grateful that she had been saved. A sniffling child behind her pushed a hand into her back and said: “Come on, lady, you’re holding things up.” Such is the life when a Courier-Express reporter is given the honor of being the first down the White Water Raft Ride at Darien Lake Fun Country, which opened for a preview on Friday. Later, things went downhill, so to speak, as the same reporter, pushing her luck, took a plunge on the new “Crown Mountain,” the “world’s largest” water slide, which opens officially today at Crystal Beach. It was a tough day. THE WHITE WATER RAFT RIDE is billed as the biggest water-propelled inner tube ride in the United States. The ride features plunges down waterfalls and through whirls and rapids: shades of the movie “Deliverance.” But it’s for those fairly courageous persons who don’t want to risk their necks and backsides on the real thing. It’s two - or three - minute ride, depending on whether you get stuck in a whirlpool or get bumped through, the 300 feet of rough waters by the adventurers behind you. For a fee of $2 per half-hour the rider gets a colored inner tube and a chance to take the hairy ride for as many times as he or she can climb the steps back to the starting point. The ride is climaxed by the largest of the waterfalls, which unceremoniously dumps the rider into a wading pool. The whole thing is a kind of mini – fantasy for those who have ever wondered about riding Niagara Falls in a barrel. DESIGNER G. DOUGLAS Walter, the Snyder – Darien Corporation vice president who worked out every detail of the ride, called the successful preview (nobody got hurt, everybody loved it) his “crowning achievement.” “There is an element of suspense about this ride. You don’t know where you’re going until you get there, he said, explaining that his creation is only the second of its kind in the United States. The original, at Disney World, is a smaller version. As he watched the hundreds of children who were riding for free Friday, he noted the smiles and screams were his biggest pleasure. “If they don’t scream, they’re not having fun,” he said. Darien Lake Fun country can be reached by taking the Thruway to Exit 48A. Then head south five miles on Route 77 to Corfu. BY THE SCREAM measure, the fun was just as great at Crown Mountain in the Ontario amusement park of Crystal Beach. Their water slide is about 68 feet height and has four channels which are about 400 feet in length which vary in fright value. The two “killer” tubes, which start at the waterfall which caps the mountain, are called “Deliverance” and “River Kwai.” The rider, who pays $1.00 for half hour’s worth of rides, gets a colored sponge mat to sit upon in the tubes. The mat, pushed by the water (keep your elbows tucked in), slides the rider into gravity defying positions as the tubes cure around and down the hill. This ride also has a pool to catch the rider – who again must climb to the top of the hill for another ride…if the knees have not turned to jelly. For the not – so – bold, and the smaller children, Crown Mountain offers a “tame” tube for a sample of the fun. To get to Crystal Beach, Ont., take the Peace Bridge and follow the signs. Bring your swimsuit.
Sunrise on Grand Cayman, KAP style
Sunrise on Grand Cayman, KAP style
Wed 20th January 2010. First KAP session of the new year. Staying at the Westin half way up Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman in the Caribbean on a JBTC work trip. (Short KAP session followed by a turbo breakfast and 10 hour day in the office - so it's not all good) A sunrise session with Aub's help to launch the kite. Easterly winds blowing offshore from behind the built up seafront made for an impossible solo launch. This is the hotel we're staying at left of shot, looking south along the bay. The Governor's residence is just out of shot from where I am standing (well not in his garden, but on the beach). I actually chose the 'close up' setting in error when setting up so there were loads of fuzzy pictures from the south view half of the session. Northern views to be uploaded shortly..... And no earthquakes today. That was just flat out freaky.

sunrise crystal beach hotel suites
sunrise crystal beach hotel suites
Memories of Crystal Beach Park, Vermilion, Ohio
Crystal Beach Park closed its doors for the last time in 1965. But for the people who enjoyed all that it had to offer, sweet memories linger on. To commemorate the one hundred-year anniversary of the opening of Crystal Beach Park, Sandra Calvert Mueller, Marlene Calvert Feldkamp, and Tom Ryan share the park's history, along with their own treasured experiences, through photos and commentary.
Memories of Crystal Beach Park, Vermilion, Ohio presents the nostalgic reader with two hundred pictures of the amusement park rides, the buildings, and-most importantly-the people who were part of the Crystal Beach family. Whether you worked at the park, rode all the rides, or simply love to learn about what life was like in days past, this book will take you on a most enjoyable trip down memory lane.

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