Lagoon is open and welcoming visitors!
Budah talked with Julie Freed, Lagoon's Director of Special Events, who told him they've been working closely with the Davis County Health Department to make sure visitors and employees stay safe.
Lagoon is requiring masks at the front entrance and while you're in line, but not on the rides.
You'll also notice social distancing markers throughout the park which keep visitors six to eight feet apart.
And there are hand sanitizing stations at every single ride, in fact there are more than 200 throughout Lagoon.
Workers are also continually sanitizing surfaces as well.
During the month of July Lagoon is honoring healthcare workers for Healthcare Appreciation Month. Healthcare workers can get up to 26 percent off their ticket, and their family's tickets (up to 7 members).
But remember, Lagoon is still taking reservations to keep capacity down... so make your reservation today!
There are a lot of other great deals too so be sure to check out lagoonpark.com.