Quail Creek Reservoir baits, then reels-in, anglers and water enthusiasts year-round. Featuring some of Utah’s warmest waters, the Reservoir is also home to rainbow trout, bullhead catfish, and crappie. Largemouth bass and bluegill also thrive in the upper layers of the reservoir. If fishing doesn’t float your boat, the Reservoir’s wake boarding, wave-running, and swimming will!
Full-service rental options are available for daily or weekly use. Please call 435.213.1254.
Distance from Sand Hollow: 20 minutes
Hours: Year Round 7:00am-9:00pm
Day Use Fee: $10.00 per vehicle (up to 8 people).
Senior Day Use Fee: $4.00 (62 and older) per vehicle (up to 8 people).
Cedar Breaks National Monument
One of Utah’s least known parks is also one of the State’s most unique. Cedar Breaks National Monument features views into a half-mile deep natural amphitheater, ageless bristlecone pines, and meadows of wildflowers.
Annual events include the Annual Wildflower Festival (July), and Star Parties Events held throughout the summer. The winter months create a beautiful change in scenery when blankets of snow across the Monument, normally lasting into the early summer.
Distance from Sand Hollow: 80 miles.
Pipe Springs National Monument
Pipe Springs spring water was a necessity for all Mormon Pioneers and American Indians in the surrounding areas in the early West. The monument’s Visitor Center and Museum feature insight into pioneer life, including historic home sites and methods of surviving in the Desert during the time.
Distance from Sand Hollow: 52 miles
Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.
$5.00 per adult for 7-day pass, children 15 years old and under are admitted free.
Frontier Homestead State Park
Explore the early industrial and pioneer history of Southern Utah. Based in Cedar City’s tradition of mining Iron ore, Frontier Homestead State Park features: A replica blast furnace, sawmill and historic buildings, Paiute native camp, extensive horse-drawn wagon collection, and hands-on activities. Visit the history of Utah’s Iron County without traveling to the 1850’s.
Distance from Sand Hollow: 55 miles
Museum 9:00am-5:00pm Mon-Sat
Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day
$3.00 per person
Valley of Fire State Park
Valley of Fire is Nevada’s oldest and largest state park. The Valley of Fire gets its name from red sandstone formations, formed from great shifting sand dunes during the age of dinosaurs. Ancient trees and early man are represented throughout the park by areas of petrified wood and 3,000 year-old Indian petroglyphs. Adventures include hiking, picnicking and photography.
Distance from Sand Hollow: 111 miles
Open all year, Visitor Center open from 8:30am-4:30pm.
$10.00 per Vehicle.