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Lagoon Amusement Park, Farmington
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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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At Lagoon they have nice rules. Not only can you bring in your own beer and food, but you can bring in a tent and camp out for an afternoon nap. You can also leave and come back in the same day. Prici... read more »
A very fun family experience. Also quite crowded. Be prepared for long waits or spending additional funds for a fast pass to haunted events.
Every year since I was little my family has made it appoint to drive the four hours once a year and attend frightmares at Lagoon. I will not be joining my family if they decide to return in the future... read more »
A good amusement park that is modern yet still shows her 130 year age. The old wooden rollercoaster is still a blast just avoid the back unless you like your brain scrambled and your body abused. The new coasters are a blast! There are too many pay to ride specialty things but the day pass is reasonably priced. The water rides and great and just right and the water park is fun. It's a really fun day overall!
Love this place! Its the best place to have fun with your family. There's plenty of things to do. I really like the rollercoaster at this place. It has amazing rides and it does get usually too hot (depending at what season yo go) and it the line are usually long but it totally worth it! There also lots of stations where you can buy food, snacks, and fresh drinks!
I went to lagoon not to long ago, there wasn't any problems i was aware of and everything went smoothly, and there even was this girl who looked like she just began working there and oh my god she was super sweet, and looked overall happy and she was extremely helpful, and while there were others that worked there that weren't that happy or a bit in between, at least a few were happy and having a good time. Then i agree that the animals that are there show be brought to the zoo, even that inst a great place but they should be brought there and kept there but the train i think is fun on its own, overall, lagoon is my childhood, i absolutely love going there! favorite place! And there history is amazing in my opinion! its just a place in my heart that holds so many memories!
The rides are great, especially Cannibal. Admission price is a little much though. The staff isn't very friendly. And oh my gracious, the entertainment they hire... the last time I heard a group performing they were singing "Cake By The Ocean" and it was beyond repulsive. Other than that it's a great place to have fun.
The addition of Cannibal has transformed this park from small and old-timey to a thrill-seeker's must see. Lagoon has a good mix of classic and historical as well as new and exciting. Lines are 20 minutes tops aside from Rattlesnake Rapids on a hot day. Lagoon-a-beach is usually too crowded to enjoy, but even still, it can be a nice break during the hot afternoon. Love this place and I hope they continue to build more thrills.
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