They had me at 150 ft gravity rail! Aka Swing rollercoaster!
This park is new and clearly no one knows about it because we had the whole place to ourselves! It's in the middle of nowhere. Don't be surprised if you drive right passed it like we did. The website says it's tucked into a neighborhood. Tucked, yes. Neighborhood, that could be argued. I think the city had a weirdly shaped plot of land that they knew no one would ever build on and decided to put a park there. The location is random. But the city didn't hold back with the awesome factor.
If your kid likes to swing (or spin), this is the park for you.
And who ever invented this swing, thank you! Swinging with your baby? Yes! I love playing with my kids at the park, but standing there pushing for hours gets so boring if I'm being honest. Being able to swing with my baby was awesome!
Also, plenty of spinners if that is your thing. I'll pass, but my kids sure love them.
Welcome to life with a 13 year old. Yes he carries in all the groceries and babysits but he's also starting to try crazy things as teenagers do. We do not condone riding the gravity rail upside down. Please ride responsibly and at your own risk. Also, make sure your littles are not in the path of the swing, obvi.
A little lunch break with my littlest little.
More teenager antics.
Our "Kid, lets move mountains" shirt proceeds are going toward my sisters kidney transplant. You can get one HERE! #kelsiethekidneykid
We snagged this shot off the Clearfield website, it gives you a better idea of what the gravity trail looks like.
The official name of this park is Neldon E Hamblin Park
Located at 90 W 200 S, Clearfield, UT 84015
No drinking fountain