Lagoon, Farmington, Utah, USA
As a graduate student who is currently writing their dissertation and can pretty much work anywhere, I went with my wife on her business trip to Salt Lake City. She was off Sunday and we thought we would drive the 20 minutes north to Lagoon. Prior to this trip, it had been more than 5 years since I rode my last roller coaster and I was excited to check out the park. Because Lagoon is a bit out of the way, I thought I would share my impressions and thoughts about the park and its roller coasters.
Overall, we spent maybe 2 hours at the park and had a great time. It will be interesting to see how the park expands in the future because it a surprisingly small park and I am not sure how much land is available. I wrote this report in haste and if anyone has any questions about the park I would be happy to attempt to answer them.
Bolliger/Mabillard for President in '08 NOT Dinn/Summers
Only park left in the US with two operating Schwarzkopf coasters...
Not that anyone's counting... ;~)
"I'm going to make my own amusement park with blackjack and hookers. In fact, forget the park." - Bender Bending Rodriguez, Futurama
My son and I loved our trip last summer. Interesting that Spider was down for us too. Coincidence? Or is it always down? Who knows.
Cannibal shot to what I would consider top 5 or 10 if I ranked them. We were amazed by this ride!
I had no idea the history of Rollercoaster. That it was one of the oldest operating coasters in the world. Maybe I would have been slightly more appreciative, I don't know, but it was entirely forgettable other than "It wasn't as rough and shuffle-y as I thought it would be.
I agree that all of the workers, even though they were very young, were quite friendly. Something that cannot be said about a lot of other parkSF.Last edited by Tommytheduck, Tuesday, May 16, 2017 4:56 PM
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