Sand Hollow State Park

Current Conditions

Learn more about other Utah State Parks boat ramp conditions HERE.

 
Day-Use: Open 6 am-10 pm
 
Main Entrance Gate: Open 6 am – 10 pm.   Utah time.
Water Surface: Open
Launch Ramps: Open
Main Launch Ramp Open 6 am – 10 pm  South Ramp: LOW WATER – Please use the Main Launch Ramp
Quagga: All out of state boats will be inspected before launching.  All ski/wake boats must have drained and dry tanks/bags.  The 30-day dry time or decontamination wash for ALL ski/wake boats with ballast tanks/bags.  When traveling from one lake to another, please be sure to pull your drain plug.
 
BOAT Decontamination: 
7-9 am and 3-5 pm Monday thru Friday. 
7am-5pm Saturday and Sunday
CLOSED ON THANKSGIVING and CHRISTMAS
 
Campgrounds: Open though reservations are recommended.  Make reservations through Reserve America.
 
Water Temp: 78 Degrees 6/19/2021
 
Water Level:  Water level is at 75%.  The main launch ramp is open and launching conditions are great. The Southside boat ramp has low water. 
 
Fishing Conditions:  The DWR website is current at http://wildlife.utah.gov/hotspots/
No spearfishing is allowed.
 
 
Fire Conditions: Fires are allowed in designated fire rings only.  No pallets!
 
NO FIREWORKS, that includes sparklers, firecrackers, 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, clean, and beautiful. If you see someone carving in the rocks, please report it.  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.
 
Park entrance gate closes at 10 pm Utah time. Campers need to be in the park before the gate closes.
 
Primitive Camping:
Primitive Camping will be allowed under limited numbers beginning May 7, 2021. We allow 25 primitive vehicles by reservation and 35 vehicles by first come first serve.  No extra vehicles allowed.  
 
 
Swimmer’s Itch: ACTIVE.  We began receiving reports of swimmers itch around 5/14/2021.  Avoid shallow and stagnant water.  
 
Last Updated 6/19/2021