Lehi City just upgraded Bandwagon Park in Lehi. This park is located at 200 W 900 N in Lehi, and is called Bandwagon Park because there is an old Lehi Silver Band wagon on display there, as well as a plaque honoring the memories of this historic Lehi Band. But now, there is also a really fun playground.
The new playground has a lot of climbing structures, and a whole bunch of spinny toys. My boys really loved climbing through the tunnels, over the bridges, and trying out the new slides. The tallest slide is VERY fast, and bumpy. Our youngest was slightly terrified of it, but my older boys thought it was awesome! There is also a slack rope to walk on (it’s very wide and sturdy), which I’ve never seen at any other park.
Some other fun parts of this park are the rock climbing structure, and the spinning cage (I made that name up myself). My three year-old was able to climb up the rock climbing tunnel all by himself. The spinning cage was popular, but it was hard for the kids to spin on their own, so I gave them a few good spins before they started to get queasy. There is also a fun nature sound spinner. You turn the spinner and it plays different sounds from nature, mostly animal noises, but we had a great time naming all the sounds.
What makes the playground unique, is there is an actual Lehi silver band wagon in playground form. You can sit or stand on the wagon, and rock it back and forth. It is so neat that this playground is customized for this park and city. We loved this part of the park.
Bandwagon Park also has a lot of shade, grass, bathrooms, and two pavilions. The playground doesn’t have a lot of shade, so make sure to put sunscreen on the kids, but you will find shade around the playground, as well as benches to sit and watch the kiddos. But you might want to play with them at this park.