Farmington is a city in Davis County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Ogden–Clearfield, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 18,275 at the 2010 census and was estimated at 22,159 in 2014. It is the county seat of Davis County. Lagoon Amusement Park is located in Farmington.
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5 based on 82 reviews
Well designed to fit all ages. Shopping is varied, food is balanced for selection, and it has a nice vibe. Relax and people watch, or enjoy outdoor dining in the summer. The big thing, always feels safe to walk anywhere in Station Park.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We attended a production at Centerpoint theater which was held in the Leishman Performance Hall, as opposed to the larger Barlow Theater. The performance itself was very good and I had no complaints about any of that. The seats aren't typical theater seats, they are stacking chairs that you'd find in a church or banquet hall. They're pretty uncomfortable. I don't know if the show we saw was much cheaper than seats in the Barlow hall because they were a gift. If I were to go back, I'd pay whatever extra was required to see a show in the larger theater.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Davis Park golf course is known locally as being one of the busiest courses in the state and on Wednesdays, Men's association days, the course will be filled from morning to evening. If you do get a tee time during their busy hours, expect SLOW play. Most golfer here are courteous and do keep up, but with the number of golfers the pro-shop sends out, there is usually nowhere to go. The course is not particularly long or difficult and is always very well groomed. Recent stormed blew over hundreds of trees, which has actually improved the course and increased the speed of play here. Pro-shop staff is always friendly and will do their best to get you on (of course, this is what leads to the slow play). Overall, nice course, just be very patient if you play here.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
In the beginning you have .6miles of switchbacks then you have a nice dirt trail, it's mostly shaded after the switchbacks, there will be some bouldering in areas and also gravel rocky areas, it's more of a moderate/hard Hike but just take your time and enjoy the scenery. The waterfall at the top is beautiful anytime of the year. There is a dirt parking lot and also plenty of parking on the street, dogs are allowed. It's roughly 4 miles RT.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
We've enjoyed their services for years. Whether it is either of the pools (kids to competition), the weight rooms, cardio equipment, tracks, or the many classes, this is a nice gathering place for the family, and excellent location for a friendly workout. We've not tried the ice rink, but there are folks regularly there.
4 based on 603 reviews
Lagoon is one of the only family owned amusement parks left in the country. With over 60 thrilling rides, 40 challenging games, live entertainment, a beautiful water park, the largest "kiddie land" of any amusement park in the nation, Pioneer Village, and the Campground, Lagoon offers something for everyone to enjoy.
We enjoyed the old rides including the wooden roller coaster, swings, and merrigoround. The new rides, Pioneer village, and the Lagoon A Beach are a must as well.
Come early, but be prepared for pricy parking and expensive food. Plan on all day to venture, and try to take advantage of Bounce back specials.
Tons to do but don't forget the train ride to their little Zoo.
4 based on 50 reviews
The park is quite small compared to other water parks, but is very well maintained, with clean bathrooms (I was VERY impressed by this as most water park restrooms are nasty). There are grassy areas all over the park with plenty of chairs for everyone. Also, parking is free and so are the tubes for the lazy river and water slides. You can bring your own food in the park, which is pretty nice. This was our first time visiting as a family and definitely not the last one. We had a great experience.
4 based on 1 reviews
Planet Beach is a revolutionary new spa concept where at the touch of a button you get a private spa experience at a fraction of the cost of a traditional day spa!
Had a Groupon for several visits here. Customer service was good, seemed to forget about you sometimes. Spa treatments were all done very professionally and were very enjoyable.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Redstone Olive Oil is an ADVENTURE in exploring great taste, free samples daily, including imported olive oils, balsamic vinegars, specialty oils, fresh hand-made pastas, amazing spice blends, terrific flavored salts, and so much more... Come in and try our Blood Orange Brownie, Black Truffle Popcorn, and Bread dipping. WE would love to show you an amazing experience and learn to eat healthier. RECIPES TOO !
I've been to the station park store twice and all the staff I have met so far have been wonderful. They're curtious, offer different opinions and options and they always ask you how your day is going. Great product is the icing on the cake
4 based on 61 reviews
We were there for a birthday party for four-year-old the kids had fun they liked the pizza. The scanners for the cards don't work about 80% of the time on the game's and that's a little frustrating.
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