Sand Hollow State Park – UT


Our visit to Sand Hollow State Park in Hurricane, Utah, was very memorable; we are already looking forward to another trip! Sand Hollow is Utah’s newest State Park, and it has a lot to offer. A quick 18 miles from St. George, it was easy to stock up on supplies before heading out to boondock for a few days. It boasts 20,000 acres of land, and is frequented by equestrians, boaters and off-roading enthusiasts. It gets hot in Southern Utah during the summer months, so it is a nice place to visit in the Spring and Fall for a more temperate climate. You can learn more about Sand Hollow here.

When we visited in the first part of March, we had (mostly) sunny skies and 50-60 degree temps; this was a welcome break from the snow and cold back in Salt Lake. We had the RZR and explored the vast park as much as we could.

   IMG_3402  IMG_3429 Mr.Winston giving dad a big kiss! He’s such a sweet little man.
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These dunes were a blast to drive around on; it was Megs first time on Sand Dunes, and she screamed so loud going over a particularly large dune that we got stuck. Luckily we are always prepared :)


Our home base couldn’t have been any more peaceful! We were right on the lake, and we didn’t have any neighbors nearby. We did go through a massive windstorm that kept us inside for an entire day. Yay for Netflix and an awesome solar set-up!



You can always count on Utah for an incredible sunset. We will definitely be back, Sand Hollow!

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