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.
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!