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School Days
Field Trips Full of Fun

Visit Lagoon on a School Day, where work and play come together. Whether you are visiting for D.A.R.E., Physics Day, or just a regular School Day, Lagoon offers a park full of fun at a discounted rate for students and faculty in K – 12 Schools. Schedule a School Day at Lagoon now, and let your kids enjoy all the excitement we have to offer!


Registration is closed for 2022 School Days. 

2022 School Days

May 12, 2022, 9:30am – 4pm

May 13, 2022 (Physics Day), 9:30am – 9pm

May 19, 2022, 9:30am – 4pm

CLOSED FOR REGISTRATION: May 24, 2022, 9:30am – 5pm

CLOSED FOR REGISTRATION: May 25, 2022, 9:30am – 4pm

May 26, 2022, 9:30am – 4pm

Schools are also welcome visit any operational day through June 5, 2022. See calendar for dates and times. Discount available only for K – 12.

Please note- KiddieLand is CLOSED on School Days.

Ticket Options for School Days

Regular Summer Single Day Passport: $84.95 + tax

March 26 – June 5: $43.82 + tax  ($47.00)

June 6 – September 5: $61.95 + tax

September 9 – October 30: $66.95 + tax

Collect & Bill Tickets: School issued check or purchase order (same option as in the past), allows the school to pay for the tickets. This option is available for k-12 Schools only.

Online Promo Code:* Tickets will be available for the students to purchase directly from Lagoon. This allows students to purchase their own Single Day Passport for $47.00 (tax included) online, in advance. This promo code allows students to purchase tickets that will be valid ONLY on designated Lagoon School Days.

*Only available on designated School Days. 

Click here for detailed School Day information.

Physics Day

Friday, May 13, 2022, 9:30am – 9pm

If your school is participating with USU’s Lagoon Physics Day, you must register with BOTH Utah State University  and Lagoon.

Visit USU’s website for details.

For over 25 years, Lagoon has been the proud host of Physics Day, in cooperation with Utah State University. Students can build their own coaster, drop an egg from over 50 feet high, and conduct other exciting experiments on the park. See Utah State University’s page for more details on Lagoon’s Physic’s Day.