Please observe the following park
regulations to ensure everyone’s
visit is pleasant.
Special Use Permit – A Special Use Permit is required
for all special events and commercial or professional
filming and photography.
Climbing – Climbing on rocks, jumping and/or diving
from rocks is hazardous. Do so at your own risk.
Glass - No glass bottles or containers on the beaches.
Pets – Pets must be leashed and under control
at all times. Please clean up after your pet.
Quiet Hours – 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Please turn off
generators and music.
Fires – Campfires are allowed only in designated
fire rings. Do not leave fires unattended. Fire
restrictions may be in effect.
Firearms – The use of firearms, traps or other
devices capable of launching a projectile that
can immobilize, injure or kill a person or animal,
or damage property is prohibited. Contact a park
ranger for more information.
Fireworks – Explosives, fireworks or firecrackers
Plants and Animals – All plants, animals, minerals, and other natural features in state parks
are protected. It is unlawful to remove, alter or
Campsites – Camping is allowed only in designated campsites. Campsite fees cover one vehicle
and any attached recreational equipment. There
is an extra fee for additional vehicles or camping
equipment. Up to eight people are allowed in a
campsite. A permit is required for boat camping.
Off-Highway Vehicles - OHVs may not be operated on
the westside beaches, boat parking lot or Westside
Parking - Park in designated areas only.
Vandalism - It is unlawful to mutilate or deface any
natural or constructed feature or structure.
Your park fees provide for the care, protection
and enhancement of this park.
Open year-round 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. No holiday closures.
From I-15 take Hurricane Exit 16, then travel five miles
east on State Road 9. Turn right on Sand Hollow Road
and drive three miles to the park entrance.
Address Inquiries To:
Sand Hollow State Park
4405 West 3600 South
Hurricane, Utah 84737
Utah State Parks and Recreation
P.O. Box 146001
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6001
(801) 538-7220, (877) UT-PARKS
For Reservations Call:
(801) 322-3770 or toll-free (800) 322-3770
Utah State Parks Mission:
To enhance the quality of life by preserving and providing
natural, cultural and recreational resources for the
enjoyment, education and inspiration of this and future
Information contained in this brochure was accurate at the time
of printing. Policies, facilities, fees, hours and regulations, etc.,
change as mandated. For updated information please contact the
The Utah Department of Natural Resources receives federal aid
and prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, age,
national origin or disability. For information or complaints regarding discrimination, contact Executive Director, Utah Department
of Natural Resources, P.O. Box 145610, Salt Lake City, UT 841145610 or Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1801 L
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Utah State Parks
ith its warm, blue waters and
red sandstone landscape, Sand
Hollow State Park provides recreation
opportunities for nearly every visitor,
from boaters and off-highway vehicle
(OHV) riders, to triathletes. Boat and fish
on Sand Hollow Reservoir, explore and
ride the dunes of Sand Mountain on an
OHV, then RV or tent camp in one of the
The sprawling 20,000-acre park, which
rests mostly on USDI Bureau of Land
Management (BLM) land, is one of the
most visited destinations in the Utah
State Parks system.
ompleted in April 2003, Sand
Hollow Reservoir was created by the
Washington County Water Conservancy
District as additional water storage for
the Quail Creek system. Used as culinary
water by cities and towns in southwestern
Utah, Sand Hollow Reservoir serves as an
important water source in this otherwise
hot and arid part of Utah.
w All machines must be currently registered
estside Campground offers full-hookups
of water, sewer and electricity, barbeques,
firepits, tables, and cabanas at each site. Modern
restrooms and showers are available. Noncampers can use the Westside Campground
showers for $2 per person.
ff-highway vehicle riding is allowed on the
south and east sides of the reservoir. Sand
Mountain, which is accessed by a tunnel located
south of the OHV staging area, offers 16,000
acres of prime OHV riding.
w Children under age eight may not operate
an OHV on public land
Are You Ready To Ride?
w D.O.T. approved helmets required for riders
under age 18 and strongly recommended for
Sand Pit is the new OHV accessible campground
located along the south shore of Sand Hollow
Reservoir. The 30-site campground has six sites
with water and electrical hook-ups, and five
large group sites. Restrooms and showers are
Primitive camping is available along the east
and south shores. Up to eight people are allowed
per vehicle/site. Picnic tables and pit toilets are
available. This is an undeveloped area.
Animals and Reptiles
any species call Sand Hollow home
including coyotes, foxes, rabbits, a variety
of desert snakes, scorpions and lizards. Be aware
of them, they are very aware of you.
Collecting animals and reptiles is illegal.
w Whip flags required on all OHVs and
any registered vehicle driving off road
w Operators under age 16 must have adult
supervision at all times
OHV Education Class: 1-800-OHV-RIDE
Sand Hollow State Park
To State Road 9
Obey Boating Laws and Rules
w Wakeless speed within 150’ of boats, shore
w Operators over age eight must have a driver’s
license or OHV education certificate
w Observe ‘No Boat’ and ‘No Wake’ buoys
w Personal watercraft (PWC) may operate
between sunrise and sunset
w Lifejackets required for children 12 and under
Sand Hollow Reservoir
w One lifejacket for each passenger on board
w Lifejackets required for all PWC riders
PWC Education Class: 1-800-RIDE-PWC
Limit 6 (with one over 12 inches)
South Side Boat
Ramp and Future
OHV Staging Area
& Access Tunnel
OHV Riding Area
3 Flag Poles