Splash Pad Series: Alpine

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The Alpine splash pad has a great assortment of water toys that splash water. It also has a fence with only two openings, both away from the side facing the street, which is a great feature.

alpine splash pad

alpine splash pad

alpine splash pad

alpine splash pad
Push the button on top of the green and yellow pole to start the water if it is off.

alpine splash pad

alpine splash pad

alpine splash pad

My favorite thing about the Alpine splash pad is that it has a fence around it for the little kids and it has a lot of water toys.

My least favorite thing about the splash pad is the water timer. It’s nice that it has a timer so that the water only stays on a little while and doesn’t run as much when there is no one there, however, I felt like the water turned off fairly quickly – but maybe that’s just because we were having so much fun that time went quickly.

Other things about the splash pad: there is a pavilion right next to the splash pad to provide plenty of shade and a place to eat. The restrooms are right next to the splash pad as well, however, there was no soap which was kind of gross. The playground is fairly close to the splash pad. There are many benches around the splash pad area, however, because there is a fence surrounding the water area, it’s not easy to get to your child quickly if you need to. The whole park area is beautiful and seems to be well kept.

Alpine Splash Pad
100 S. 600 E., Alpine

List of Utah County splash pads

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