Lagoon worth a Visit?

Thursday, August 8, 2002 9:29 PM
My family and I are driving past the park on our way to Colorado. We may have a few spare hours for a quick visit to the park. The park looks decent for being small and it has a Schwarzkopf double looper. If anyone has been to the park and can tell me if its worth stopping at, it would be greatly appreciated.

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Steel: 1)MF, 2)Goliath, 3)Magnum
Wood: 1)Villain, 2)Beast, 3)Roar(SFMW)

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Friday, August 9, 2002 8:10 AM

If I were you, I would stop at it. I practically begged my brother to take me there this year cause it is only 6 hrs from here, but he isn't all into coasters. Maybe next year since I will be able to drive...

BTW-Are you going to SFEG or Lakeside here in Denver?

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Friday, August 9, 2002 8:32 AM

Unfortunatly, we will most likely drive through Denver on route to Peublo or taking a backroad to detour the city. We still have not decided. If we do go through Denver I'll try my best to get them to stop at SFEG.

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Steel: 1)MF, 2)Goliath, 3)Magnum
Wood: 1)Villain, 2)Beast, 3)Roar(SFMW)

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Friday, August 9, 2002 8:43 AM

hunter11,

You should go to Lagoon if you have never been before. It has two great Schwarzkopf coasters and the White Roller Coaster by John Miller. It is a nice little park with some good flats and check out Rattle Snake Rapids at the back of the park, through Pioneer Village. And if you like water parks then bring your swimsuit because Lagoona Beach is included in your admission. You can get a discount if you have a coke can.

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Friday, August 9, 2002 8:50 AM
If any park you're going by has coasters, Stop if you can! I actually convinced some friends coming through to stop at Forest Fair Mall just to ride the Boa Squeezer which most would miss coming through.

Lagoon has some nice coasters from what I've heard and Schwarzkopf or wooden coasters should not be passed for any reason. Since the park has both, take some time and visit the park as I know it will be worth it. :)

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Danny
Movie Coaster and Enthusiast White Pages Directory

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Friday, August 9, 2002 10:11 AM

If you do get to go through Denver, try and stop both SFEG and Lakeside. Lakeside takes all of a hour or two to hit, but it has the Cyclone, and that is a great classic woody that is a ACE coaster classic. And it will only cost you all of 10 bucks to hit. SFEG will take a few hours to hit, so if you get the chance, get there in the morning. But make TFC your last ride cause it never opens when the park opens so either way you will end up waiting.

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Friday, August 9, 2002 1:14 PM
Thanks for the help.

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Steel: 1)MF, 2)Goliath, 3)Magnum
Wood: 1)Villain, 2)Beast, 3)Roar(SFMW)

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Friday, August 9, 2002 2:32 PM
Hey, finally I hear someone talking about my homepark. You should stop by, the Schwarzkopf double loop (Colossus) is not to be missed, they also have a jet star 2 and a mediocre 1921 Miller Woodie, the best ride for the woodie is in the back especially at night, just leave room between you and the lap bar. They also have a Wild Mouse, if your into those, S&S twin towers, some pay for attractions (including the catapult, which looks awesome but I have yet to fork out 20 bucks for it), a waterpark, Pioneer Village, and a nice selection of flat rides (be sure to ride Samurai, it is my personal favorite at the park). The park reminds me of a small traditional park mixed with a carnival. The price is a little steep at $30 for an all day pass, just get a coke can for a discount.

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