Provo Recreation Center
Indoor and outdoor (in summer) pool and waterpark. Indoor has lazy river, hot tub, pool with basketball hoops, rock climbing wall over water, rock jump, small kid wading area and playground, and 2 waterslides (call to see if open). Cost $5 for adults, $4 for kids 3-17 and $4 for seniors.
The Provo Recreation Center provides a state-of-the-art recreation experience for Provo residents with dozens of amenities for children, adults, seniors, and families. Spend a day at the indoor aquatic center, with slides, rock cliffs, water fall rock walls, lazy rivers, and more. Or come kick,…
Very visitor friendly with guest fees only being around $5 per person. In Summer and Winter, there are pools, slides, a wave pool, jacuzzi, as well as all the features of a large gym.
If you have kids, you have to take them here. An amazing water play place. Water slides and a wave pool. In a city park! Plus, basketball, volleyball, wallyball, racquet ball, tennis, skateboarding, weightlifting and a fantastic senior and community center.
This is an impressive recreation center. Indoor track, full gym, huge indoor basketball courts, raquetball courts, pickel ball courts, huge indoor and waterpark and pools, outdoor skate park, tennis courts. They can provide rackets, basketballs, and just about everything else needed.
“This was the historic Provo Tabernacle before it was gutted by fires, later to be rebuilt as a magnificent and large temple, or House of the Lord. Although you can only enter with a Church recommend, it is worth visiting the grounds and gardens for serenity and peace beyond what this world has to offer. ”
“Rent gear for almost any adventure. Skiing, biking, paddling, camping, climbing, rafting, outdoor games, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, etc.”
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