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The horseback riders weren't quite done, so we decided to hit up a park after visiting Bryce Canyon National Park via car.

I spied this park on our way into town, I don't recall it on our last trip, so I think it's fairly new. 

After after kids, I realized, I ALWAYS have 15 minutes to let them run around and get some energy out. 

It helps everyone get the wiggles out and makes the car ride just a little bit more enjoyable for everyone!

Thanks to Garfield County for sponsoring our trip! You'll want to go and enter our Bryce Canyon Staycation Giveaway by Garfield County! 

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  • Fairly New Park!
  • Water Fountain
  • Benches
  • Basketball Courts
  • Pavilion
  • New Bathrooms that actually smelled GOOD!
  • It must be so new, I can't find an address. It's just north of Ruby's Inn. 

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