North Park in Spanish Fork is a fun park that has a traditional playground and many new climbing areas that my older boys enjoyed. It is located right next to the Spanish Fork Splash Pad.
When you first walk up to the park there is a large rock-climbing structure that my 6 year-old spent most of his time playing on. He loved climbing different sides and from different angles. There is also a large rock that many kids enjoyed climbing to the top of.
On the other side of the park is a small playground that my two year-old loved. It has three slides and many different places to climb for little ones. In the middle is a huge climbing area with ropes and monkeys and all types of different playground equipment. There are also a few see-saws, and these fun spinners that you can sit on. Even mom had fun spinning around on them.
Another plus to this playground is the big grassy area, the two large pavilions, and the bathrooms. We used the bathrooms multiple times! They are located between the splash pad and the park. The pavilions offered a great place for a picnic lunch. There are also plenty of swings.
The best part of this park is the sun shades. There are huge shade sails covering the playground that offer shade and will help keep that equipment cool in the summer. We visited in the Spring when it wasn’t too hot, but we still enjoyed having the cover over us as we played.
To find North Park, take the 1-15 and exit on US-6 in Spanish Fork. Head east and take our first right onto 1000 North. Follow around and turn right onto 400 E (it’s a light) by Costco. Follow to the end and park in front of the park.