Little Red Wagon Advice?

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    Little Red Wagon Advice?

    We would like to get our daughter a little red wagon for her birthday. Something she can pull around our (really big) yard, and load up with toys, but also something that would help us get groceries and bags and things from our driveway to our back door, something we could take to the beach, to the farmers market, flea markets, etc.

    What do you have that you like? Do you have any feedback on our first choice (below)?

    http://www.amazon.com/Folding-Transports-Products-Children-EasyGoWagon/dp/B0056JA5Z0/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1344257306&sr=8-11&keywords=kids+wagon
     
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    Re: Little Red Wagon Advice?

    DZ - so true about the handle.  My DH ended up taking it off so we could pack it into the truck for our camping trip.  And he said taking it off and on was easy.
     
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    Re: Little Red Wagon Advice?

    IPW - I'll have to check that out.  We'd use it more often if it was easier to transport.
     
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    Re: Little Red Wagon Advice?

    The only thing that I would caution on that wagon is the color.  If our wagon was not a plastic it would be covered in stains.  We have a similar wagon to this one.  I have not used the canopy much this year but the handle stores nicely and I love the insulated tote that hooks onto the wagon.

    http://www.amazon.com/Radio-Flyer-Ultimate-Comfort-Wagon/dp/B00206PR1E/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1344348421&sr=8-4&keywords=radio+flyer+wagon
     
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