Opened: Jul 1989
Designed By: Leisure And Recreation Concepts, Inc. – Dallas, Texas
Original Cost: $6,000,000
Area: ~4 acres
Number Of Slides: 10
- When it opened, Lagoon also created a special clothing line that was sold at the park as well as in stores around Utah.
- There used to be water guns mounted above the Blue Lagoon.
- Lagoon-A-Beach replaced the old Swimming Pool, which in turn replaced the original swimming area in the northwest corner of Lagoon Lake.
THE BEACH HOUSE – The main building where you’ll find restrooms, changing rooms, lockers, first aid, Smokin’ Eddie’s Grill and Swig.
BLUE LAGOON – open swimming area with coves and waterfalls
BONGO’S BAY – a water playground for kids
MOOCH’S MAINSTREAM – lazy river that wraps around Bongo’s Bay and the Blue Lagoon
THE OUTRIGGER – A tube slide with a series of pools along the way.
THE PIPELINE – Four slides on the tower south of Rad Brad’s:
RAD BRAD’S SURF RAGS – A shop at the entrance and exit of Lagoon-A-Beach selling swimsuits, sunscreen and souvenirs. Out front there used to be ticket windows for Lagoon-A-Beach before admission was included with admission to Lagoon.
RUBY’S TUBES – Tube rental kiosks south of Rad Brad’s. It used to be located in the Beach House with tubes stored where Bombora is now.
SERPENTINE SLIDES – Tube slides just below the Speed Slides.
SPEED SLIDES – Two body slides that are also the tallest slides.
VOLLEYBALL COURTS – Two sand courts are available for use just northeast of the Beach House.
ARCADE – Used to be in the southwest corner of the Beach House.
HOT TUBS – There were three hot tubs between the Blue Lagoon and Bongo’s Bay. In 2009 they were filled in.