BAINBRIDGE -- If you want to buy a memory of Geauga Lake Park, and you aren't in the market for a 180-passenger ferry boat called the "Cuyahoga Queen," do you want a glass Geauga Lake paperweight and/or a Raging Wolf Bob poster, or a Geauga Lake park bench?
If your quest is for the smaller items, most discounted 50 percent, head over to the Geauga Lake Wildwater Kingdom gift shop, now open Fridays through Sundays.
There's no admission or parking fee.
But those with bigger treasures in mind will have to wait until the June 17-18 auction. Related story on ride auction and fate of Big Dipper
Starting at 10:30 a.m. June 17, the rides and the ride-related equipment will be auctioned.
At 10:30 a.m. June 18, the auction will be held for campground trailers and equipment.
On June 16, between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., it's an open inspection day, and you can browse Geauga Lake to see what you might want to buy.
The $10 admission fee is in effect for June 16, 17 and 18, with a separate $10 fee collected each day.
You can bid on three, 120-foot greenhouses, 400 assorted picnic tables and 24 12-foot camping cabin trailers, used only in the summer time since 1998.
There's also camping equipment, including fire rings, shower stalls, fencing and a wooden bridge.
There are even buildings and kiosks up for auction, including food stands and smaller pavilions.
Miscellaneous park equipment, some with Geauga Lake logos, will also be auctioned, including Geauga lake signs, light poles, nautical-themed props and Geauga Lake uniforms.
Click on the links below to visit the Geauga Lake Web site and the Norton Auctioneers of Michigan Web site.