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Imagine hiking over mountains of sand or taking your off-highway vehicle over hill after hill of shifting sand. Visitors flock to Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park to discover the amazing salmon-colored sand dunes that offer endless exhilarating adventures. Book an RV in Kane County, Utah and head over to Kanab for a weekend getaway or week-long adventure camping with an RV.
The bustling town of St. George is just under an hour and a half to the west of Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park and offers great places to stock up on camping supplies or grab a bite to eat at a local restaurant. Arizona’s state line is only a few minutes to the south, and Nevada’s border is about an hour to the west. If you're looking to take a road trip in your rental RV, Las Vegas is about three hours to the southwest.
When planning a trip to Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, make sure you get your off-highway vehicle (OHV) or all-terrain vehicle (ATV) ready and choose a rental motorhome that allows you to pull your toys along with you. Review the park’s OHV safety guidelines and regulations before you head out to the dunes. Vehicles must be properly registered and inspected for safety before use. Most of the dunes are open to OHVs and ATVs, but all the dunes are also open to hikers and other park visitors, so keep a close watch for pedestrians on the dunes.
Another great way to enjoy Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park is mountain biking. Many of Utah’s state parks, including Coral Pink Sand Dunes, host biking competitions and welcome several professional mountain bikers to train in the parks. Camping with an RV will give you plenty of opportunities to hit the trails early and enjoy biking through the park and over the sand dunes. Mountain bikers need to remain watchful for pedestrian traffic when zipping along the dunes and trails within the park.
Hiking up monstrous dunes with the sand shifting under your feet with each step will take some physical exertion. If you're not accustomed to hiking through sand, you're encouraged to start small and work your way up to hiking up the taller dunes.
Many Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park campers enjoy spending a weekend learning about the miraculous rock and sand formations that have been preserved for future generations. Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park offers 16 standard campsites for RVs and tents. All the usual amenities are available for campers here, including restrooms, showers, and a dump station. Water and electric hookups aren't provided. The longest sites accommodate campervan rentals up to 40 feet long. A parking lot for overflow vehicles is located near the campgrounds.
If you're looking for more modern conveniences, check out the Kanab RV Corral, just minutes from Coral Pink Sand Dune State Park. This RV park boasts clean shower facilities and modern restrooms. Guests can take advantage of the laundry facilities as well. High-speed Wi-Fi and electric hookups are also available for guests.
Kanab is also home to the Crazy Horse RV Resort. Full hookups with 50-amp service are available for campers, as well as pay showers and a dump station. Water can also be purchased for an extra fee.
While camping at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, plan on detouring to Zion National Park for a few days. Located in Springdale, Zion National Park is known for its breathtaking sandstone cliffs tinted pink, cream, and red. Hikers can enjoy wandering through narrow canyons and touching the beautiful sandstone walls. Pack a picnic and enjoy lounging at one of the picnic areas and enjoying the wonderful views of the park.
Drop in to see the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Kanab Visitor Center while RV camping at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. The Kanab Visitor Center is a gateway to the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and provides interactive learning experiences on archeology and geology for visitors to enjoy. Visitors are permitted to view the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument at North Coyote Buttes, or “The Wave”, and South Coyote Buttes.
The more adventurous at heart will enjoy ziplining across the vast canyons that lure visitors to this otherworldly region. Visitors can sign up to zipline across a canyon for spectacular views of the desert and canyon floor from 350 feet above the ground. All visitors must go through a short training seminar before being put in a harness and sent across the canyon.