Cedar Fair (FUN -2.8%) turned down a $4B cash-and-stock offer from Six Flags Entertainment (SIX +2.2%), sources tell Reuters.
The theme park operator is said to have considered the ~$70 deal price plus some cash as inadequate.
Six Flags is not expected to come in with a new offer.
Cedar Fair is back to $59.26, still above where FUN shares stood when the Six Flags story first broke.
Currently has a average analysts price target of $62 and a buy rating.
Cedar Fair LP engages in the operation of amusement parks, outdoor and indoor water parks, and hotels. Its amusement parks include Cedar Point, Kings Island, Canada's Wonderland, Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom, Valleyfair, Kings Dominion, Worlds of Fun, Knott's Berry Farm, and California's Great America. The company was founded on May 13, 1983 and is headquartered in Sandusky, OH.