St George, UT - Sand Hollow Riding Area


~ Bush Eater's Offroad ~
Salt Lake Utah
Sand Hollow Riding Area
Difficulty: Areas range from beginner to advanced

Location: Washington County / St. George UT / Hurrican UT
approximately 297 miles south of Salt Lake City.
From I-15, take the Hurricane exit (Exit 16). Travel east on Hwy 9 for about four miles to Sand Hollow Road and then turn right. Travel south for about three miles and turn left at the park entrance.

Contact Information
Sand Hollow State Park
4405 West 3600 South
Hurricane, UT 84737

Distance: all trails vary in size. You can typically see the parking lot or at least the resevoir on most of the trails.

Description: Red rock and red sand meet warm, blue waters at this state park, Its located near St George in SW Utah. It offers a warm-water reservoir, sandy beaches and red rock, plus some awesome 4x4 trails through existing sand dunes and petrofied sand dunes that offer tremendous traction This is a great place to camp, picnic, boat, fish and ride offroad vehicles. Sand Hollow Reservoir is ideal for skiing and other water sports. Anglers fish for bass, bluegill and crappie.
Seasons/Open Hours
Open year-round; no holiday closures
Summer - 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
Winter - 7:00 am to 9:00 pm (Sun-Thurs)
Winter - 7:00 am to 10:00 pm (Fri-Sat)
(The park gate is closed overnight. Please plan accordingly)

Entrance Fees

Day use is $10 per vehicle, including use of watercraft launches and OHV access
$5 day-use for Utah seniors 62+
$75 Annual Pass is available at the park
$35 Senior Adventure (annual) Pass

Pay to park if your parking at the resevoir (bathrooms on site), Vehicle Flags required at all times!

Trails (Rating out of 10)
Arrowhead - 10
Nasty Half - 9
Chain Reaction - 9
John's Trail - 8
Smurfette - 7
Sand Hollow Overlook - 5
Milt's Mile - 6
Zen Scenic - 4
Sliplock Gultch - 7
Renegade - 8
Maze - 8
Lower West Rim - 7
Upper West Rim - 7
Double Sammy - Med
TNT - Hard
Joint Effort - Hard
Plan B - Med

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~ Bush Eater's Offroad ~
Salt Lake Utah
The Maze Trail

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Optional parking on the Washington dam side could possibly be a better starting point.


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