Willow Park has a lot to offer with over 50 acres designed for individual, family, or group activities. This park is developed around a large group of aged Willow trees and wide open grassy areas that afford a vast number of options when it comes to recreation and relaxation. Nestled within the trees are group and individual camping sites that sport fire rings, quick access to restrooms and potable water, as well as shelter from the sun. The open grass provides parking for RV vehicles, campers and large trailers as well as plenty of space for frisbee, softball, or similar activities. Utah County has also constructed a canoe launch onto the Jordan River thus allowing the more adventurous water enthusiasts easy access to the winding river. The Jordan River Parkway also finds its way throughout the park making short walks or long hikes a possible "to do" on your list. A kid’s playground gives the younger crowds a jungle gym for safe climbing, sliding and swinging. Willow Park offers something for everyone and is so easy to find and so near to where you are!
Spent only one night but had the whole Campground to ourselves. Nice big level spot with fire pit and separate upright grill. Bathrooms clean with flush toilets, running water but no showers. No amenities such as electric sewer or water. Has a playground, sand volleyball, boat launch as your near the Jordan River. Definitely will return…
This is a descent spot to camp if you don’t want to drive far. The camp spots are all weeds and stick into everything. The spots are close together and if you have noisy neighbors you won’t get much sleep. On the plus side it’s next to a nice river to fish at and the bathrooms are well maintained.
This is just down the street from our house but it’s a fun place for family, neighborhood and scout camp outs any time of year. Great trails, playground, river access, and lots of room to spread out!!
This is a great place to camp within the city of Lehi. It is close to the water and in the hot summer it is a fun spot for a night get away. Big camp sites for trailers or tents and nice bathrooms.
We take our scout troop to this campsite at least once a year. It is close to the city but feels like it is not. really nice bathrooms, tables, and pavilions. Close to a river and have lots of space.
This campground was nestled in the middle of Lehi Utah and it was a great place for us to swing in for one night.
Peaceful campground close to civilization, but needs more shade.