Lagoon News Last Night of 2017 Operation
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Remember, Lagoon is open tonight for 5 hours from 5pm to 10pm. This is the last night of operation for Lagoon's 2017 season. At 10pm, Lagoon closes their gates for good until next spring.

Are you planning on enjoying Lagoon tonight?!
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(10-30-2017, 03:19 PM)Willenator Wrote: Remember, Lagoon is open tonight for 5 hours from 5pm to 10pm. This is the last night of operation for Lagoon's 2017 season. At 10pm, Lagoon closes their gates for good until next spring.

Are you planning on enjoying Lagoon tonight?!
It would be cool to get the last rides of 2017 in.
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(10-30-2017, 04:34 PM)UtahCoasterEnth Wrote: It would be cool to get the last rides of 2017 in.

It was a pretty fun nite with Greg, we went on most the rides or coasters and watched RSR get drained they did it early tonite that was very cool to see that being done.   We also had to see the night show for the last time, it was a good show its like they all did there best since it was the last  nite also heard a lot of them were sick so that was great work!   Screamer is completely removed, u would not even have known it existed there they have torn almost all the cement out also hydro is busy being dismantled most the que line is gone also.
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Decided one last ride on Cannibal was in order and was able to get two rides in right at closing.
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#5
Let the countdown to opening day begin! Haha.
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(10-31-2017, 12:45 AM)Brăden Wrote: Let the countdown to opening day begin! Haha.

Win

Woo!
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#7
There was no evidence of Screamer, besides the wheelchair ramp, on Saturday. Some of the Queue and all of the runouts for Hydro was removed on Saturday as well. Would actually be a good idea for Lagoon to save the tower and structures and order new slides from Whitewater, or another company, and move it to LAB. From Water Coaster to Water Slide.

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(10-31-2017, 07:30 PM)linearinduction Wrote: There was no evidence of Screamer, besides the wheelchair ramp, on Saturday. Some of the Queue and all of the runouts for Hydro was removed on Saturday as well. Would actually be a good idea for Lagoon to save the tower and structures and order new slides from Whitewater, or another company, and move it to LAB. From Water Coaster to Water Slide.

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Where would you put Hydro inside of LAB? Isn't it kinda packed in there? I know Lagoon tries to leave green/grass spaces for people to lounge. Plus hydro has a long, long exit (which probably could be shorted if you exited into a pool).
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