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Sand Hollow State Park, Utah


Couldn‘t have picked a better spot to park our motorhome for the weekend than Sand Hollow State Park in Washington, Utah. Our view was composed of the snow covered Pine Valley Mountains to the northwest, the mountains of the Zion National Park to the northeast, the Sand Hollow Reservoir to the east, and the Sand Hollow dunes to the south.


The park has two camping areas, the Westside Campground which has 39 full hook-up sites and the Sandpit Campground with 4 partial hook-up sites and 15 standard sites. The Sandpit Campground is conveniently located close to the park’s red sand dunes on the opposite side of the reservoir.


After Saturday’s Skyfest balloon launch, we returned to our rv to make breakfast and were pleasantly surprised to be able to see, from our site, the hot air balloons still floating in the sky! Our rv site was #20 and it had beautiful 360 degree views of the surrounding area. Gorgeous! Don’t really think there is a “bad” rv site in this campground they are all spaced out at different elevations with their own views.


Sand Hollow Resort is literally across the street from the State Park. It was nice to have only a 5 minute drive to the Skyfest festivities. It’s definitely on our repeat visit list!




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