Coral Pink Sand Dunes Kanab, Utah
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park is located 19.9 miles from Kanab, Utah between Mount Carmel Junction and Kanab, and south/west of U.S. Highway 89 in southwestern Utah. The unique feature of this state park is the coral colored sand dunes located next to sandstone cliffs. The dunes are formed from the eroding pink colored Navajo Sandstone surrounding the park.The dunes are estimated to be between 10,000 and 15,000 years old.
There are several things that you can do in the park and on the dunes. One of the favorite things that you can do here is off roading. Off road vehicles enthusiasts come here from all over near by areas to drive their custom machines on these dunes. Naturally sitting next to off roading in the State Park is camping. Many people come here to camp and spend a few days to camp, hike, off roading, and more. Many people even come here just to photograph it. There are 3.370 acres in this park, 265 of which is a conservation area. The park was established as a state park in 1963
Coral Pink Sand Dunes Hours & Fees
Daylight hours, seven days a week
Holiday Closures: None
$6 Day-Use per vehicle
$3 Day-Use for Utah seniors 62+
$75 Annual Day-Use Pass
$35 Senior Adventure (annual) Pass
Main Campground: $16
Group Overnight Camping:
Group Campground: $3 per person (25 person min – 50 max – 5 vehicles+trailers max)
Location of Park:
Approximately 310 miles south of Salt Lake City.
Located 22 miles west of Kanab on Sand Dunes Road.
Nearest Town with Services:
Kanab is 22 miles east.
On Site Services
Camping, RV’s, Day Use, Groups, Dogs Allowed, Drinking Water Available, Fire Pits, Horseback Riding, Modern Restrooms, Picnicking, Sewage Disposal, Showers, Trails for Hiking, Off Road Vehicle Trails, & More..
Check out this great video shot over a weeks period of time while at Lake Powell. If this doesn’t make you want to come here, nothing will.