Lagoon Amusement Park Tips From Season Ticket Holders
This post was most recently updated on April 27th, 2017
Have Lagoon season passes? Here’s where you can get the most of your days at Lagoon with helpful tips for this fun amusement park.
When I was a kid we lived in Oregon and the highlight of our summer was a trip to Lagoon. My aunt and uncle drove their camper and we stayed at the Lagoon campground. I remember running from ride to ride with my cousins. We didn’t stop until the park closed. Every time we wanted to spend money at a parking lot carnival my parents said, let’s wait for Lagoon.
Today Lagoon doesn’t seem to have changed that much. Yes, some of my favorite rides are gone, like the giant record player, the ball pit and the cement truck thing that turned around as you tried to make your way through it. Many of the classic rides like the SkyRide and the Wild Mouse are still there. For the first time we’re getting season tickets. We live within 20 minutes now and our daughter is 5, old enough to enjoy it.
First the basics, Lagoon is located in Farmington, Utah, just off highway 89. Their website is http://www.lagoonpark.com Below I’ll share tips from other moms and from my own experience going to Lagoon from the prices, hours, food options and what to bring, I hope this helps you plan a fun trip to Lagoon soon!
Lagoon Amusement Park Tickets
Lagoon season passes go up for sale in the Spring and Fall. Most moms buy them right after Thanksgiving when they have the best prices. Season pass holders get to go the whole season, including to Frightmares in the Fall. They have discounts for military members. Families of Lagoon employees get discounted days each month. Don’t forget you also need to buy parking tickets.
Prices for tickets:
$55.95 for adults
$49.95 for ages 65 and older
$39.95 for youth (under 48 inches tall)
Children/babies 2 years and younger are free.
Lagoon opens in the Spring, in March. Weather is really unpredictable in Utah so you never know what opening day will be like. It is usually cooler (in the 50s or lower). In the early season the park is only open on weekends. They open at 10am and close at 6 pm on Sundays and 7pm on Saturdays. In May they stay open later. June they open weekdays and extend the hours then drop down to weekends only again in August. You can see all Lagoon hours by day here.
Food at Lagoon and Tips for Bringing your Own
Best Food Inside the Park
List of Things to Bring to Lagoon
To make it easier to pack for a day’s trip to Lagoon, here are some items you may want to pack.
- Hand sanitizer and wipes
- Water bottles
- Picnic blanket
- Stroller and stroller lock
- Wheeled cooler with food/drinks and lock
- Sportbrella (optional)
- Towels (optional, but you do get wet on the log ride and the Rattlesnake Rapids)