Sand Hollow Reservoir
Sand Hollow State Park is home to dazzling blue water, red sand beaches, and coral pink diving cliffs. The reservoir is a one-stop-shop for swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, and camping. The reservoir spans 1,322 acres and is one of the most popular destinations in Utah. Sand Hollow is a must-visit for adventurers, desert lovers, fishers, scuba divers, and ATV enthusiasts!
3351 Sand Hollow Rd., Hurricane, UT 84737
Use this map for directions from Hurricane to Sand Hollow.
- There is a fee to enter this state park and it varies based on residency. You can pay in advance here or at the entrance.
- For more information on day fees and camping fees, check out this website.
- There are two campgrounds that offer dry camping, full hook-ups, firepits, and picnic tables.
- Sand Hollow Rentalsmeets all your recreational needs and offers kayaks, paddle boards, boats, Sea-doos and other water and land toys.
- Sand Hollow is open year-round and on holidays. Hours differ by season.
- Facilities include:
- Visitor center
- Outdoor shower
- RV dump station
- Boat ramps
- Picnic areas and day use areas
- Fishers can cast from shore or from a boat. Fishes in the reservoir include bluegill, crappie, bass, and catfish.
- Dogs are allowed at Sand Hollow but must be kept on a leash.
- Swimmer’s Itch is often present at Sand Hollow Reservoir. The park actively works to decontaminate the water. Check with the visitor’s center with any concerns or questions you might have.
- Sand Hollow gets incredibly busy on holidays and in the summer. Arrive to the park early to avoid waiting in line for an extensive time.
- Summers in Southern Utah are extremely hot and temperatures often reach over 110°F. Use sunblock, drink plenty of water, and be mindful of sun exposure to avoid heat stroke.