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.
Water Level: Water levels are slowly dropping. Watch for shallow areas near the south and east side of the lake. Main launch ramp is open and launching conditions are good; The South side boat ramp is open as of 3/12/2016 and will remain open until the water goes down. The south ramp is a shallower ramp best suited for jet skis and shallow hulled boats.
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 great in the early mornings and late evening. Come check it out. No spear fishing.
Road Conditions: Good
Fires are allowed in contained fire rings. Charcoal grills are allowed. NO FIREWORKS, that includes sparklers, fire crackers and fireworks.
Thanksgiving is this month. Our campgrounds are all booked for the holiday, but primitive camping is still available.
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.
Primitive camping is open.
Park hours of 7am-9pm daily. The gate is closed from 9 pm – 7 am. Campers need to be in the park before the gate closes.
Do not drink and drive
Primitive Camping: Self contained units only. There are porta potties and dumpsters available. The shores are sandy. If you get stuck you we need to call a tow truck. Park staff can not pull you out of the sand. We are expecting big crowds for the holiday weekend.
Swimmer’s Itch: Is NOT Active.
Decontamination is available from 7 – 10 AM and 3 – 5 PM Daily only through February.
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: 11-07-16