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Lagoon Amusement Park, Farmington

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Lagoon Amusement Park features rides, carnival games, a water park, and Wild West adventure. The park is divided into five sections. The midway has carnival games, rides, and nine roller coaster rides, including a wooden roller coaster that has been running since 1921. Kiddie Land offers rides and games for younger children. Swim over to Lagoon-a-Beach, a water park with slides, hydro tubes, waterfalls, swimming, and fountains. Visit Pioneer Village for a taste of the Wild West, and find the X-venture Zone for rides that are a little more hair-raising. Rides in the X-venture Zone are not covered by the park entrance price. Plan your visit to Lagoon Amusement Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Farmington vacation trip planner.
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  • with five daughters that are very hard to entertain Lagoon was a fantastic place for a day of fun, with one thought in mined I have to say that I felt that my girls were safe when they were not by my ...  more »
  • My kids love it the most when we go to Fright Mares in Oct. I love to go anytime in the summer & fall. We try to go there often because we love it so much. I love taking the train ride around the park...  more »
  • Lagoon has something for everyone, which makes it perfect for families. They have some fun and great coasters, lots of kiddie rides, an amazing collection of flat rides, good entertainment and shows, ...  more »
  • The rides are really enjoyable. Lines aren't too long, on a busy day for most rides it will be about 25-35 minutes. Arrive early for good parking and less wait time to get in to the park. Food available is pretty basic amusement park stuff, you can bring in your own cooler with food.
  • Fantastic fun for all ages! Great amusement park and an annual pass is recommended if you plan on visiting more than once. It is helpful to bring food in with you or plan on $10 per person per pit stop. During the fall season Lagoon transforms into Frightmares which your little ghosts and goblins will enjoy. Also be sure to hit the new Cannibal roller coaster, it is worth the wait❤️
  • I've been going here since mid 90's and like how it's grown. It's always a good time with reasonable wait times, a kids park, and good selection of things to do. You probably can't do it all in one day, I would recommend the season pass for economic sake. (more bang for your buck) but if your only able to be there one day I say you still should if you have never been before. It's not as crowded, and not as long of lines as other national amusement parks.
  • Lots of thrill rides, but the museums in pioneer village are the real reason to go to lagoon if you ask me! Parking is $10, be prepared for that. We noticed the crowds subsided as the day went on. The lines were significantly shorter after about 6:30 pm. Wear plenty of sunscreen and a hat, and I recommend bringing a simple water bottle you can refill to stay hydrated. There are convenient lockers to hold your items while riding, but the pros know that cargo shorts are the way to go! Do you have a banana in your pocket? Well yes, and some sunscreen, a safari hat, sunglasses, water bottle... Pro tip: bring a waterproof zip-lock baggie (or equivalent) to put your phone in while riding any of the many rides with water involved. You can bring a cooler with lunch and beers (no glass) and avoid paying outrageous prices for mediocre food. They don't sell alcohol.
  • For a local theme park, it is amazing. It is no Disneyland, but it has its own flair and style. The Pioneer area is really unique, but feels like an actual ghost town. The extreme rides, like Cannibal and Wicked, are competitive with any major park. Rattlesnake Rapids is really fun as well.