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Sand Hollow State Park, Hurricane
(4.1/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Sand Hollow State Park is a state park of Utah, USA, featuring a 1322acre reservoir and an extensive off highway vehicle recreation area on Sand Mountain. The park is near the town of Hurricane.The park was officially dedicated in April 2003 and surrounds the Sand Hollow Reservoir. Sand Hollow quickly became a popular site for camping, fishing, boating, and ATV riding on nearby sand dunes.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Perhaps the summer, I might rate it a 1, but the first week of November it deserves at least 9.5 for camping spot levelness and spaciousness. The sunset is terrific and it really worked for us as a ba...  more »
  • Beautiful park! I am not sure however where it is accessible to public, as we were on an tour with Southern Utah Adventures (which I highly recommend) - beautiful area with amazing views! 
  • Not a lot to offer if you're not an off-road enthusiast. The bathroom near our site is clean but does not include showers. Each site is well spaced and includes a sun sheltered picnic table, a firepit...  more »
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  • Great place to camp; lots of area to explore and enjoy. We should have looked into this area more before booking a site; if you're not here to ATV/OHV, then maybe another place would be better (unless you have a camper and can drown out the noise.) In the sandpit, we were the only tent set up, and our site was between two frequently used trails for OHVs. Everyone else staying there was friendly and polite; almost everyone honked or took corners/hills slowly to make sure not to run into anyone. Around 9:30pm, a large group of people (6+ large trailers/RVs) rolled in next to use and had themselves a rowdy party. Around 10:30pm, after setting up and having a few drinks, they took out there OHVs and enjoyed the trails. I thought quiet time was 10pm, but you can actually ride around until midnight. Again, more our problem than theirs; we didn't look up what Sand Hollow was :) Overall, we enjoyed our stay and would come back again with better equipment. Bathrooms were well-maintained and clean; we were happy to have showers provided.
  • Visited Sand Hollow to go scuba diving and it was definitely a fun adventure. The water was warm, average visibility and between the cool rock formations, bus and plane we had a lot of fun. We ran into a treasure chest just south of the dive platform. We camped the first night at the campgrounds and wished we could have cancelled our hotel reservations because the campgrounds were nice and the weather was perfect at night.
  • Beautiful, but the noise curfew is just not enforced. We were kept up all night with loud music, partying, and people running around in ATVS until 5am. We complained and they "talked" to the problem people the girl at the gate even gave us an attitude for complaining. Given that we wanted to sleep. We didn't even stay for the 2nd night we paid for. I wouldn't Recommend this place if you plan on overnighting. Fine for just the day.
  • If you're coming for fishing, we didn't have much luck although there were some people in the late that caught a few. The dunes however were awesome. If you have of road vehicles this place is super fun to explore. Campgrounds were clean and the bathrooms were great, showers were very nice.
  • Loved it! Never pitched a tent in sand before but nailed it! Can't wait to go back and atv! Its safe alone and the fellow campers were very nice. The ice cold showers were great in the 40c plus weather and at night the dust devils are beautiful against the waxing moon...it's close to (yummy) Perks in Hurricane... They have actual real fruit smoothies, true java, and the boys in uniform have beautiful smiles (sigh ;) ) also it's 20mins to Zion