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Sand Hollow Reservoir

Sand Hollow Reservoir inlet
Sand Hollow Reservoir inlet
Local Weather for Sand Hollow


Sand Hollow Reservoir is located just minutes from St. George, Utah in Washington County. It is connected to Quail Creek Reservoir by an underground pipeline, and water can be pumped back and forth between the two sister reservoirs.

Sand Hollow has become a hotspot for largemouth bass and bluegill fishing in the last few years.

Current Conditions:

Last checked for updates: 10/18/2018

Current Conditions

Day-Use: Open 6 am-10 pm
Main Entrance Gate: Open 7 am – 9 pm. The park gate is closed from 9 pm – 7 am through the end of March.
Surface: Open
Launch Ramp: Open 7 am- 9 pm
Decontamination is available from October through March 7 – AM – 10 AM and 3 PM – 5 PM
Campgrounds: Open
Water Temp: 69 Degrees 10/13/18
Water Level: Water level is lowering and still dropping. Main launch ramp is open and launching conditions are great. The South side boat ramp is now closed because of low water.
Fishing Conditions: The DWR says the fishing is good utahfishinginfo.com/dwr/fishingreports.php
Additional Fishing Info:
All Out of State Boats will be inspected/washed. Please plan accordingly. Ski/wake boats should have empty tanks/bags and be dry. Remember all boats, clean, drain and dry. Help us stop the spread of invasive species. Invasive species will destroy the waters.
Fishing has been hit and miss in the mornings. No spear fishing!!
Road Conditions: Good
Fire Conditions: Fires are allowed in designated fire rings only or self owned burn pans. No pallets!
NO FIREWORKS, that includes sparklers, fire crackers and anything that says fireworks.
Other Information:
Graffiti on the rocks has become a problem again. This is your park, help us keep it open and beautiful. If you see someone carving in the rocks, please report it.
Park entrance gate closes as 9 pm Utah time. Campers need to be in the park before the gate closes.
Do not drink and drive
Primitive Camping:
Self contained units only as there are no hook ups on the beach. There are porta-potties and dumpsters available. The shores are sandy. If you get stuck you will need to call a tow truck. Park staff can not pull you out of the sand. Avoid gray sand near the waters edge, it is not dry underneath and you may get stuck.
Swimmer’s Itch: Is not active.
No glass bottles on the beach or jumping rocks please. All dogs must be on a leash. Owners of dogs off a leash will be cited.
Last Updated: 10-13-18

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