Lagoon is on the opposite end of the spectrum. None of their major rides have any significant queue space. On any mildly busy day, lines spill out on to the midway and it is rather irritating. If they were a very compact park like, say Grona Lund, I totally get it. But in many cases, there is more than enough room for a cattle pan queue line. Even when they built Cannibal, knowing it would be insanely popular, they barely built any queue space for it at all when there was plenty available (especially if it went more towards the coaster so guests could actually see the waterfall and cool theming!). Instead, if the crowds are anything significant, the line just takes up midway space, especially if it's a VERY crowded day.
Just kind of bizarre.
Steel: 176 / Wood: 32 / Total: 208
Home Parks: Knott's (when home), Lagoon (at school)
Favorite Coaster: Intimidator 305