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Sand Hollow Reservoir


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

Description:

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: 5/11/2015

Current Conditions

Day-Use: Open
Surface: Open
Launch Ramp: Open
Campground: Open
Water Temp: 48 Degrees 02/24/15
Water Level: 70% Water levels are rising again! – Westside Ramp is open and launching conditions are good; The Southside ramp is closed. No Diving at the Jumping Rocks.
Fishing Conditions: Good – utahfishinginfo.com/dwr/fishingreports.php
Additional Fishing Info:
November 1, 2014 thru February 28, 2015- Boat Decontamination hours are 7 AM to 10 AM and 3 PM to 5 PM daily.  All Out of State Boats will be inspected/washed.  Please plan accordingly. Fishing is still good.  Come check it out.
 Ice Thickness: Zero
Road Conditions: Good
Fire Conditions: Fire Restrictions Lifted. All fires must be in a designated fire rings in the campsites and along the beach. Pallets are prohibited in the park so please use proper fire wood.
Other Information:
Primitive Camping: Portable Toliets Available. Water levels have dropped below vegetation level resulting in dead pond weed along the south and east shores. Primitive camping most affected. Please use caution when entering the area. Sand is very dry and unpredictable. There is no one at the park that can tow you out. If you get stuck you will need to call a tow truck. Fishing. boating and swimming still going on. No cliff jump allowed due to the low water levels.
Winter Park Hours: effective October 1, 2014 thru March 31, 2015 – 7 AM to 9 PM.
Swimmer’s Itch: Inactive.  Water temperature has dropped below 65 degrees.
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