Sand Hollow State Park

With all the kids back in school and summer coming to its end, but temperatures still blazing hot, now is the perfect time to really enjoy Sand Hollow State Park. There will be less crowds and most, if not all the out of town vacationers will be gone or leaving soon. Meaning more lake for you and your loved ones!

Sand Hollow State Park in Moonlight
Photo Credit: twoGiraffer on flickr

Sand Hollow is such a fun and exciting place to visit. There are more than just water activities to enjoy as well! Sand Hollow State Park covers a staggering 20,000 acres where hills, sad dunes, the lake and more are located within. Making Sand hollow one of the more “extreme” sports parks to visit, and also one of the most visited destinations in Utah’s State Park system. Here are some of the reasons why Sand Hollow keeps people coming back:


Sand Hollow State Park has some of the most fun Sand dunes withe designated OHV areas to ride on. See motorcycles, four-wheelers, Dune buggies and more jump, spin out and dart down hills. This is an adrenaline junkies DREAM! Not only are they extremely fun to play around on, but the sites from atop Sand Mountain are pretty amazing as well. Full 360 panoramic views that show off St. George, Hurricane, Snow Canyon State Park, Red Cliffs and more! Quite the site to see!


Sand Hollow is a 1,322 acre reservoir that provides opportunities for all kinds of water sports. There is a beach side, cliff side and even an island where you can swim to and go cliff jumping. There are places at the lake or nearby as well where you can rent all kinds of toys like paddle boards, wake boards, floats, and so much more! This is the lake for all that seek adventure and extreme fun!


There are group sites, RV hook-ups and tent sites where you can camp at within the park. Have access to the lake and hiking trails and more when you camp at Sand Hollow!

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