A fun and exciting amusement park to visit in Utah is "Lagoon." It is an amusement park full of fun fast rides to ride all day long with friends and family members. Lagoon is also a place to go camping and enjoy the great outdoors if you're truly into camping. You will even have the chance to enjoy Lagoon's water park as well for a wet and wild time.Lagoon is located in Farmington, Utah on 375 North Lagoon Drive. The Lagoon amusement park is open throughout the year, but only open on weekends from 10 am until 10 pm on Saturdays, and 11 am until 6 pm on Sundays. The cost to spend the day inside Lagoon's amusement park is forty dollars for adults, thirty five dollars for children, and twenty two dollars for toddlers. If you want to park a car inside their parking lot as well it cost eight dollars. Now if you want to stay inside Lagoon's campground called, "Campground Legend," it cost thirty three dollars for full hook up for an RV, for a tent with electricity cost twenty seven dollars, and for a tent with electricity and water cost thirty dollars.
Inside Lagoon's amusement park you will be able to ride all kinds of fun and exciting amusement park rides. Some of the rides inside the amusement park that are fun to go on if you're teen or adult would be Centennial Screamer, Roller Coaster, Top Eliminator, Tilt-A-Whirl, and the Terror Ride. However, all these fast roller coaster rides have a height requirement of fifty inches. Now the best rides for the little ones to go on inside the amusement park would be Wild Kingdom Train, Baby Boats, The Carousel, Bulgy, and Dinosaur Drop. The kiddy rides require the little ones to be at least thirty six inches tall or to ride with an adult if they are not.
Some other fun and exciting activities in the amusement park to do would be the Lagoon-A-Beach Water Park where you can swim and slide down water slides on a hot summer day. You could even go and visit Pioneer Village inside of Lagoon where you can walk down old rustic roads, explore old style village house, visit and ice cream parlor, and all kinds of cool pioneer shops such as The Smoke House, The Doll Shop, The Cobbler Shop, and The Clock Shop. I always found walking through Pioneer Village to be fun and exciting, but also unique and different.
Now when you stay inside Lagoon's Campground Legend your check in time will be around noon time and your check out time will be around 11 am the next day. You will also have access to a general store, restrooms, hot showers, a pay phone, biking and walking trails, and little places to eat such as Subway and The Wooden Saddle. You will also be allowed to have guest over at your campsite, but they will have to pay a two dollar visiting fee. Each campsite inside the campground is very clean and spacey so you will be able to enjoy it with your friends and family. However, there are some rules you must follow during your stay at their campground, but you can read them by going to http://www.lagoonpark.com/policy_camping.php. Now, if for some reason your camping experience doesn't go well you could always get a room at a hotel near Lagoon, which you can find more out about at http://www.lagoonpark.com/offers_stayplay.php.
Lagoon is basically the perfect place to take a mini vacation camping with your friends and family and have some fun riding amusement park rides and swimming inside Lagoon's water park. For those of you who get the chance to visit and stay inside Lagoon I know you will have a really awesome time with your friends and family members. You can find some more helpful information on Lagoon in Farmington, Utah by simply checking out their website linked to my article.