The park opens on Saturday with another new record-breaking roller coaster.
The park tweeted that the ride was on schedule to open Sunday May 6th.
The rep confirmed that at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, "a Steel Vengeance train returning to the station lightly bumped a parked train in the loading station".
Crews spent all day reviewing the incident and testing the ride before opening it about an hour before closing.
Cedar Point probably wanted the debut of its new Steel Vengeance coaster to trend on Twitter, but not like this.
Earlier in the day Clark said four people asked for EMS to look at them after the crash, but they all went back into the park.
The 205-foot roller coaster boasts 10 world records. It also has the steepest drop on a hybrid, and the most airtime- the feeling of weightlessness over a large hill- at 27.2 seconds of any roller coaster in the world.