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Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Kanab

(4/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
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  • We were torn whether or not to take the time to side trip to the dunes on our way to Antelope Canyon. We'd asked some locals near Zion and they were "so so" about if we'd think the time was worth it. ...  more »
  • This was ok. We live in Colorado and have a National Park with much bigger sand dunes. But, this place would be fun to go on a ranger led night hike to look for scorpions, etc. I wanted to do it when ...  more »
  • Coral Pink Sand Dunes is an interesting place to visit but given the myriad of places to visit in this area it would be near the bottom of my list. Perhaps this is because I come from an area that has...  more »
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  • Great park for camping, very respectful neighbours. It's a bit off the beaten path, so there's very little traffic or noise, and the campground is very well maintained. Hot showers, clean washrooms, fire pits and grills are available, as is firewood from the rangers.
  • 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!
  • The sand really is coral colored. Must see stop if you're around. The drive off the highway is long but totally worth it.
  • 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 place is a must see. The colors of the sand dunes are spectacular. I was a bit apprehensive to pay to get in but it was worth the $8.