Just down the street from Pioneer Park (here) is the The Red Rock Splash Pad located in Town Square.
We stopped here everyday while we were visiting St. George.
The kids (10m-9yrs) loved it!
There was plenty of shade for me (ginger) and it is nice and open so it was easy to keep my eye on all for kids at once.
It's located right at the heart of down town and is in walking distance of plenty of places to eat and several museums.
We'll be sharing some of our newfound favorite places soon!
Were you eyeballin' Zions darling sandals? If so, then you should check out Filanthropik! Local Utahn Sandra Poulter is the owner of Filanthropik. She was born and raised in Guatemala and moved to the U.S. when she was 18. After serving an LDS mission on Temple Square, going to college in Salt Lake City and meeting her Utah native husband, they are now living here with there 3 children. Last year she became a U.S. citizen and is here living the American dream starting and own a business. Filanthropik is dedicated to providing a positive impact on both ends of the transaction by providing jobs and paying a fair price to the artisans for the product on the front end as well as giving back a portion of the proceeds of each sale to organizations working to end poverty in Guatemala.
They are currently running a crowd funding campaign with a goal of $10,000 to raise by the end of the month of May as well. For the month of May 10% of ALL proceeds will go towards The Wonderment Bus Library Project to provide children in Guatemala access to books and a creative space and supplies.
Buy local while giving back.
We love these darling sandals and the cause they are working for so much, we are giving a pair away, check out The Salt Project's Instagram to enter!
This is a sponsored post, but The Salt Project's opinions are our own.
Don't forget sunscreen and towels
Pack a lunch or walk over to Twenty Five Main
Bathrooms are top notch
Park at Tabernacle or behind Children's Museum