The park has Arby's (two locations) and Subway to cover the sandwich fanatic. But of course you can find traditional park food, hot dogs, corn dogs, burgers and chicken tenders. When you want to go beyond the boring fare you can try Teriyaki Stix for Asian bowls or The Old Mill Grill for BBQ that is covered in a tasty and rich BBQ sauce.
Traditional snacks such as popcorn, cotton candy and ice cream can be found at the park, but you can also find Hawaiian Ice, Queues de Castor (Beaver Tails) or Dirty Coke, a regional favorite made by flavoring Coke with Coconut.
The park generates operates from April to October, with full week operations between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Weekend operations occur prior to Memorial Day and after Labor Day.
Established Seasonal Events
Frightmares occurs over the weekends from late September to Halloween
Access & Location
Lagoon is conveniently located just east of I-15 in Farmington, Utah halfway between Ogden and Salt Lake City
Northbound Directions:Lagoon is located 17 miles north of Salt Lake City. Take the “200 West” exit #322.
Southbound Directions:Lagoon is located 17 miles south of Ogden. Take the “Park Lane” exit #325.
The park is relatively easy to access from Salt Lake City via public transit during from Memorial Day to Labor Day (but services is not available on Sundays), Take the Forntrunner train from Salt Lake City to Farmington. The Route 667 Bus connects riders at Farmington FrontRunner station to Lagoon. The shuttles run every 30 minutes from 8:05 a.m. until 11:15 p.m. on weekdays and 12:20 a.m. on Saturdays. Service is not available on July 4th.
Lagoon RV and Campground is next to the park and allows RV hook-ups and tent camping. Park discounts are available to campground guests
Virtual Queue Options
The park hosts two shows in the Carousel Theater. The daytime show is a music review. The nighttime show is a bigger extravaganza with Cirque influences
Lagoon was a huge surprise for me! It's a family style, traditional park that has plenty of variety for all ages. If you're a fan of parks like Knoebel's you'll feel right at home here. The flats are a solid mix of older (Rock O Plane) and newer (Air Race) and everything in between (Paratrooper, etc). The coasters are the same way! Even with the park being nearly completely empty we still had plenty of things to occupy our time for the entire day.
Lagoon is one of the best parks of its size. While they don't have many huge attractions (Wicked is their only travel-worthy coaster), the park is full of a number of uncommon rides, most of which still run great. For non-riders, the park also offers Pioneer Village, a recreation of a frontier town with several mini museums in the buildings. Additionally, the entire park has excellent landscaping, though theming is relatively minor. As the park is still privately owned, it has a much different feel from the modern corporate parks, which gives it a unique charm. While not worth a trip to Salt Lake City, this park is definitely worth a visit for anyone who happens to be in the area.
This awesome park is just out side of Salt Lake City and is a must when your in the area! There is a lot of history in this park like the Pioneer Village area and a woody from the 1920's. Lagoon has a great line up of rides like an awesome Schwarzkopf looper (Fire Dragon) and a really cool tower launch coaster from Zierer (Wicked) as well as some great flat/ water rides! There is an included water park and the park allows you to bring in outside food and drink. There is a lack of shade in many of the ride queues which can be uncomfortable on a hot day and the park has very strange single ride rules on there coasters. But other than that, lagoon is a great park and every one should visit when they can!
I love this park! This is probably my favorite "Non-chain" theme park in the US. This park has an amazing atmosphere and has quite a selection of great rides. You can bring you lunch into the park and stake out a picnic bench and just leave it there until you are ready to eat. All the major rides are all in the same section of the park so it does get a little crowded in that area but I felt I went through the lines pretty quick. Don't forget to bring your swimsuit, they have a waterpark!
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