Fun rope swings and swimming hole near Provo!

There are two different rope swings. Once you park, it is about a minute walk to the first rope swing. There are wooden boards on the tree where you can start your swing from. You can choose several different heights to jump from. This is the bigger swing. The second one is a few more minutes down the path and it is smaller. Make sure you let go of the rope before you start swinging back to the tree!

These ponds are about 30 minutes away from Provo. South on I-15 then take exit 223. Turn right when you are off the freeway and left on the first stop sign. Follow this road for about 2 miles. Turn right onto the small road that will lead you straight to the ponds. Follow the gravel path to the swings.

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  • Swimming Suit
  • Towel
  • Sun Screen
  • Friends
  • Food
  • Best Tarzan Moves
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Activities Swimming
Skill Level Beginner
Season Summer, Autumn
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Swimming Hole

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Are dogs allowed here???

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