Snow Canyon State Park- If it were anywhere else in the country, the spectacular geologic landscape of Snow Canyon State Park would probably be a national park. Snow Canyon is a “must do” when traveling the area. Bring your camera and take time for a walk along the paved trail or a hike into the back country.[READ MORE]
Quail Lake State Park- provides excellent year-round camping, picnicking, boating, and fishing. The 40,000 acre reservoir sits in the red desert at the bottom of the Pine Valley Mountain and with views toward Zion National Park. The park is easily accessible just 14 miles north of St. George near Interstate 15. Surrounded by red rock vistas, it offers excellent camping, boating, kayaking, swimming, sunbathing, and fishing.
Sand Hollow State Park– Locally called “Little Lake Powell” with its warm, blue waters and red sandstone landscape and brilliant orange sand beaches, Sand Hollow is a recreational haven for boating, wake boarding, fishing, camping, four wheeling and swimming. Modern campgrounds and picnic areas have been developed adjacent to the beaches for RV or tent camping[READ MORE]
Gunlock State Park– Surrounded by rustic red rock and extinct black lava cinder cones lies 240 acre – Gunlock State Park & Reservoir. The park offers year-round boating, water sports, and quality bass and catfish fishing. Facilities include boat launching ramp and pit privies. The reservoir is two miles long, one-half mile wide, 115 feet deep and provides a pleasant setting for swimming, boating, and fishing[READ MORE]