Sand Hollow State Park
Red Sand Beaches – Relax on the shores of the reservior.
Fishing – Cast from the shore or from a boat and you might catch a bluegill, crappie, bass or catfish.
ATV and OHV Trails – Ride 62,000 acres (2,428 hectares) of technical trails and sand dunes. ATV and OHV rentals are available on-site.
Watersports – Warm water, scenic views, and plenty of ways to take advantage of the reservoir. Boats, jet skis and other watercraft are available for rental on-site.
Things To Do
Sand Hollow State Park has mellow family-friendly activities like picnicking and exciting hard-charging technical challenges for adrenaline junkies. Popular activities include:
- Watersports (wakeboarding, paddleboarding, kayaking)
- ATV and OHV riding
Where To Stay
Campground reservations can be made online through Utah State Parks. There are 71 campsites available for reservations at the Sand Pit and Westside Campgrounds. Camping fees range from $28 per site per night for a standard site to $130 per site per night for a camper trailer during peak season. Individual campsites are available for reservation on a four-month rolling basis. Group sites are available for reservation on an 11-month basis. You can book a maximum of 13 days beyond the last date of the reservation window.
Camping and Resorts
- Sand Pit Campgrounds has 23 campsites. 17 standard; 6 standard-partial hookup.
- West Campground has 43 campsites. 42 standard-full hoockup; 1 camper trailer.
- Sand Hollow Resort has many options for vacation lodging including resort rooms and suites, vacation condominiums and vacation villas.
Nearby Places to Stay
Hurricane and La Verkin are the closest towns to Sand Hollow State Park. There are hotels, restuaraunts and gas stations, as well as coffee shops and grocery stores. St. George is the closest city to Sand Hollow State Park and offers many hotels, restaurants, shops, coffee shops, family-friendly activities and grocery stores.