Update FB post sent out 5.22.2020
Lagoon is Opening, Reservations required!
We are pleased to announce that Lagoon has received authorization from our friends at the Davis County Health Department and community leaders to open the Park this weekend, beginning Saturday, May 23rd at 10:00 a.m. We ask that guests try to avoid coming right at opening to forestall delays. Guests are required to have a face covering (mask) for entry.
IMPORTANT! PLEASE NOTE: To maintain social distancing, avoid crowding at the Park entrance, and achieve capacity limitations, an online reservation system has been implemented. Guests purchasing a Single Day Passport and our season passholders will be required to make a reservation online for Park admission. Tickets may be purchased online at the same time the reservation is made. This will speed and simplify the process of entering and obtaining a wristband that will be used to confirm authorization for Park privileges. Reservations are available now online for one week out. For more information, and to make a reservation, please see our actual Reservation Page on Lagoon’s website.
Lagoon will have our Season Pass Photo Area, located near the entrance to the Park, available to provide season passport identification cards today, Friday, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., Sunday from 11:00 until 8:00 p.m., and beginning Monday, every day during the Park’s regular season from 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Lagoon’s Biergarten continues to be open today from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Parking and admission to the Park is free to Biergarten diners until the Park itself opens tomorrow. We invite season pass holders to consider enjoying a great meal with their family at the Biergarten when coming to validate their passports.
Lagoon supports and encourages the download and use of the Utah Healthy Together App. @ Lagoon Amusement Park
Update Email sent out 4.28.2020
A Message To Our Guests,
Due to heightened awareness regarding health and social distancing, we want to assure our guests that safety remains our top priority. Lagoon will continue to do everything in our power to maintain the safety of our guests and team members. We are closely monitoring and following guidelines from government agencies to create and promote a safe environment for those who attend the Park this season.
Unfortunately, due to the ongoing uncertainty, like so many others, we did not have immediate answers to some questions. We have expressed our apologies for not being able to quickly respond. Though ready to roll, Lagoon has been required to delay our Park opening at the direction of authorities. As we receive more information, we expect to announce a new opening date. Thank you for your patience.
To those who have already purchased 2020 season passports and/or season parking, we want you to have confidence in your purchase. We thank all of our season passport holders for their loyalty and support during this time. In response to the uncertainty of this virus, if you do not redeem your season passport by November 2020, with your scannable ticket or coupon the passport and/or season parking will be made valid for the next Lagoon season. However, if you are able to use your passport this summer, we would like to extend to you a special discounted rate to renew to a next season passport on or before December 31, 2020. If you have been putting off purchasing your season passports, now is the time to do so. As long as you purchase your passports before June 30, 2020, you will be included in the special renewal option.
TOGETHER WE WILL RIDE THIS OUT.
LAGOON PARK OPENING
Lagoon’s hard working, dedicated employees have made the Park ready to receive our guests with upgrades and improvements, the rides, games, and food facilities equipped and available. We have a beautiful new ride that we are excited to showcase and have patrons enjoy.
However, due to issues related to the Coronavirus, and with our partners at the Davis County Health Department the decision has been made to not open the Park this weekend. The health and safety of our guests, employees, and the community is of utmost importance. This will be the first time since the end of WWII that Lagoon has not opened on schedule for any reason other than an inclement weather day.
Our understanding is that the Davis County Health Department directive is set to expire on April 1st, but could be extended. The situation is fluid. Therefore, we plan to update this announcement at the beginning of each week to share our plans.
Thank you for your interest in Lagoon. We would like to extend to our season pass holders our gratitude for their patience.
We are looking forward to better days ahead. TOGETHER WE WILL RIDE THIS OUT.