Saturday, June 20, 2015

Quail Creek State Park


Back before Sand Hollow State Park was built, Quail Creek was one of the main attractions for boating and fishing here in Southern Utah. It is still widely used though because they each have something different to offer.







I remember spending many summers here swimming when I was younger. Instead of a beachy/sandy type of shore it has rolling white hills.






There are dedicated camping sites available and also two large pavilions for group activities.
Day use fees are $10 and camping is $15 per night.
Park hours, year round are 7a.m.-9p.m.

For more info and history, click here.

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