Lagoon’s newest ride strives to be accessible to all
Sep 29, 2023, 1:00 PM | Updated: 6:16 pm
FARMINGTON, Utah — Lagoon’s new ride Primordial opened last week. It’s the latest attraction designed specifically to make sure disabled parkgoers can join in the fun.
Park spokesperson Adam Leishman said keeping Lagoon open to all is top-of-mind when planning for the future.
“Essentially every ride we have is ADA accessible,” said Leishman. “If a guest with disabilities wants to go to the guest service office, they can receive a guide for each attraction of the park that details how to access that feature of each ride.”
Additionally, thrill-seekers can learn more about park accessibility on Lagoon’s website.
“For many many years we’ve taken pride in making accessibility to each attraction for our guests part of our operations so we want to have a good experience for everyone,” Leishman said.
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