(KUTV) Lagoon is a Utah institution and many people have some kind of memory of visiting the amusement park.
"It's really a special place. We're lucky to have it," said Julie Freed, whose family has run the park for three generations.
Freed feels a sense of responsibility while walking through Lagoon to keep it clean.
"It feels like my home and I wouldn't just pass up something at my home, so we try to keep the park as clean as possible," she said.
And as a Utah institution, Lagoon likes to support local businesses.
Lagoon is especially proud of its newest ride, Cannibal, for that reason.
"75% of it was built using local companies, so we like to shop local like we hope Utahns like to shop local," said Freed.
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