Small private pond surrounded by agriculture and less than a block from the Jordan River. Depending on the time of year the pond may be empty. The owner has been doing maintenance in recent years and the pond often has low or no water.
Allred's Pond is usually a stop between birding spots in Lehi. You can pull off to the edge of the road and scan the pond with binoculars or a spotting scope. Depending on the water level sometimes there are mudflats, and other times the only shore is a steep bank covered in reeds and other weeds and bushes. When there is at least some water there are usually birds. During low water during thee spring its not unusual to see some shorebird here, including WILSON'S PHALAROPE, WILLET, and GREAT YELLOWLEGS. Gulls are also seen here when roosting or feeding in the nearby fields. In spring and summer this can include FRANKLIN'S GULLS. Various waterfowl are often present as well, and BLUE-WINGED TEAL has been observed here. During migration large flocks of swallows often swarm the pond when there is a decent amount of water.
From I-15 in Lehi, take Exit 279 and head west on Lehi Main Street. From the freeway it's about 3.9 miles to 10420 West where you will turn right and head north--this is just after you cross the Jordan River. After Turning Right it is .4 miles to the pond on your right. Coming from the west and Redwood Road take Crosswoods Road/Lehi Main Street 1/2 mile before turning left onto 10420 North.