Lagoon Amusement Park Review

Amusement park in Farmington, Utah. Rides and Attractions.

This is a collage of a couple of the rides at Logoon. Quanesha Williams and Montana Freemon.

Quanesha Williams

This is a collage of a couple of the rides at Logoon. Quanesha Williams and Montana Freemon.

Quanesha Williams, Reporter

Lagoon Amusement Park is a smaller attraction in Farmington, Utah, a small town about 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City. Lagoon is home of 10 roller coasters, and at least 20 rides for the under 46″ crowd. In this section, located between the games section and the Tidal Wave there are 2 mini roller coasters, tons of boats, cars, airplanes, as well as mini versions of the rocket.

One of the rides there was the Cannibal. I think I rode it 5 times while I was there! The theming (pretty much a jungle theme) is great, the elements are excellent and the ride is well-paced. With multiple turns and twist, this coaster is truly original.

It you go during the Halloween season they open up all the haunted houses and bring out the actors. I walked through all the houses at least twice! The time and energy they put into them is just incredible. Their art work was so detailed and so beautiful. Their actors make up was also so amazing. They had actors walking around every where trading jobs with actors in the houses. Don’t look to close one might start having a staring contest with you!

If you do decided to visit Lagoon with your family, try to make a stop at Zeppe’s. They serve Gelatas, Gelata shakes, and many more. I ordered a small Tigers’ blood Gelata. A Gelata is your choice of chocolate or vanilla old fashioned custard layered with your favorite flavor of Italian ice.

The park also has a campground, multiple hotels in the area, and its close proximity to Salt Lake City Utah makes it easily accessible via air travel. Lagoon Amusement Park certainly is an unexpected destination park worth a visit!