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The Hotel Conneaut in Conneaut Lake Park. We offer affordable lodging in a relaxed, old fashioned atmosphere. We strive to maintain the historic nature.
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The Hotel Conneaut in Conneaut Lake, PA is extremely HAUNTED! Spend the night in this haunted hotel & go on a REAL Ghost Hunt adventure event with Ghosts N'at!
Hotel Conneaut The Hotel Conneaut, called "The Crown Jewel of Lake Conneaut" in Crawford County, dates back to 1903. It features 150 rooms, old time, turn-of-the-century ambiance, and as to be expected by its vintage, some long-time guests who checked in but never checked out.
Hotel Conneaut - Real Conneaut Lake Haunt. Established in 1903, the hotel set along a beautiful lakeside is believed to be haunted by several ghosts. There's the ghost of a bride who reportedly died in a fire, a young boy who died falling down stairs, and the mad butcher who was dismembered in the kitchen. Room 321 is particularly haunted with that of a doomed bride.
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Hotel Conneaut You are here Home > Hotels and Inns > Hotel Conneaut Several ghosts are said to haunt this hotel including a ghost bride who allegedly died in a fire, a young child who died after falling down the stairs, and even a mad butcher who was dismembered in the kitchen.
A Little History. For over a century Conneaut Lake Park guests have stayed there, while enjoying the amusement park and the lake. Hotel Conneaut is a vintage hotel, offering accommodations very similar to what was offered at the turn of the century. The rooms do not even offer air conditioning, television, or heat,...
Blue Streak is a wooden roller coaster built in 1937 at Conneaut Lake Park in Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania. It is the 17th oldest wooden roller coaster in the United States, and it is one of two shallow coasters designed by Ed Vettel and still operating. The Blue Streak at Conneaut Lake Park first opened in 1938.