Lagoon Guests Required To Wear Face Coverings While Standing In Lines

Jun 15, 2020, 7:58 AM | Updated: 8:11 am

FARMINGTON, Utah – Starting Monday, Lagoon is implementing additional guidelines to help slow the spread of coronavirus.  

According to the park’s updated guest expectations list, guests are required to have a face covering in order to enter the park. And all guests, with the exception of very young children and toddlers, will be required to wear face masks while waiting in lines at all rides.  

“This is in addition to maintaining appropriate social distance as indicated by marks placed on the ground and signs posted,” according to Lagoon.  

Park officials are asking guests to “use their best judgement” when determining the safety of themselves and families.  

The park has taken additional measures, including eliminating single rider lines to fill open seats, prohibiting guests from gathering in large groups, and asking guests to sanitize their hands before and after they visit an attraction.

To maintain social distancing, Lagoon has also implemented an online reservation system. Guests are required to purchase their tickets before reservations can be made.

“Guests purchasing a single day passport and our season passholders will be required to make a reservation online for park admission,” according to a statement. “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.”

Click here to make a reservation. 

“Due to heightened awareness regarding health and social distancing, we want to assure our guests that safety remains our top priority,” according to an April 28 statement from the park. “Lagoon will continue to do everything in our power to maintain the safety of our guests and team members.”

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Lagoon Guests Required To Wear Face Coverings While Standing In Lines