Thursday, June 2, 2011

Lion's Park

We have family who live near Lion's Park so we decided to take a walk one day around the new walking trail they put there.


 I hadn't been to this park in a while and they have improved it a lot since I last went!  There is now a walking trail that loops around most of the park, and I heard rumors of other improvements in the works.


 This park has a lot of open space to fly kites, play ball, have picnics, run with your dog, etc.  The park is 17 acres so it's pretty big.


There is a small stream that goes between the park and the parking lots, with a few bridges over it to cross.  I usually am a little nervous about kids near running water like this, but this stream wasn't even a foot deep so it didn't worry me as much.


This park has a huge pavillion with 41 tables in it and power and lights.  It would be a good place for a huge gathering because it is covered, and the pavillion is right next to the playground.


Lily and I played on the playground for a little while.  The playground isn't huge but it's enough to keep a kid entertained for a while.


There is also a smaller pavillion south of the playground which has 12 tables.  South of that pavillion is a softball field which you can reserve by calling 801.852.6600.

There is also a sand volleyball court but you are supposed to provide your own net.

Although it's not my favorite park in Provo Lion's Park would be a good picnic or barbeque place, or a good place to go on a morning walk.

Lions Park
1280 N 950 W in Provo

Total Acres: 17

Pavilions: 2
#1 - $55, 41 tables (power/lights)
#2 - $35, 12 tables

Featured Amenities:
Sand Volleyball (must provide own net)
Bathrooms
Playground
Water Tap
Stream
Softball Field (may be reserved, contact the main office  for more information 801-852-6600)

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