Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Kanab
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Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park is located in Kanab. Make Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park part of your personalized Kanab itinerary using our Kanab tourist route planner.
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If you are not doing the atvs the visit here is fairly short. There are places to walk around and takes pictures in the sand. We were in and out in 15 minutes. It is quite beautiful.
A friend of mine wanted to visit this place it said from the sign it was 1000 feet. We drove and it was 20 miles to get to the dunes that are pink and all and there's nothing to do there unless you ar... read more »
The coral sand dunes are very special. Few visitors means you get to experience another extraordinary natural landscape quietly. We walked over the dunes for hours. And, when you've finished, near the... read more »
Surprising little detour on our way from Zion to Bryce. A little off the main path but to see coral pink sand dunes? Yea, had to see that. Once inside the actual park, there are a few overlooks with paths and bleachers to sit and look over the place. maybe see a ATV'er or two go by. But all in all pretty interesting. They have markers and plaques that explain how it got it here and why its pink. And its not because of man made global warming! Picnic tables and restrooms are well kept and clean for being out in nowhere land!
This State Park was informational, educational, recreational, and just plain old fun! You get to walk in some of the softest sand there is with no fear of sharks or jellyfish - climb to the top of a sand dune and run down it. Amazingly fun stop in the middle of all the "Utah rocks" stop. It is worth the hour you'll spend to experience this place!
Great little state park which gives a break from the mass of tourists flowing in all the famous national parks around. You can roam around in dunes of very fine pink sand and the flora is amazing. If you can bear the heat, of course.
Wonderful little campground with easy access to huge sand dunes. Very well coordinated between the mornings for quiet nature lovers & designated times for OHV dune buggies. Cute little user-friendly nature center with collection of donated samples of sands from around the world, microscope to use, & widlife notebooks. Chuck the campground host was super - had one little problem (one cold shower stall) - he took care of it immediatly. Ranger Dean took time to share his knowledge & enthusiasm of the wild flowers and the rare Tiger beetle.
This was my first time here. We camped with a toy hauler and had our atv's. There was a good size section closed off to the atv's so you could play on sand and not be bothered. In reality for a holiday weekend it still wasn't busy and not too many idiots riding around. We were mostly by ourselves while riding on the dunes. I can't see why people can rate this place below 5 stars. It's a clean, beautiful and fun area to be in
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