Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park 

Coral Pink State Park is about an hour south of Zion National Park in the way to Kanab/Grand Canyon/Lake Powell. If you leave US89 its about 11miles to the entrance of the state park.

We decided to stop there mostly because of the dunes and the campground. The dunes are really cool. Really reminded me of the dunes in the Namib desert in Namibia. Same color and equally nasty to climb 🙂

The campground is lovely too. Only 22 spots, no hook ups but fireplaces, Water, restrooms and showers. All very well kept and clean.
If you happen to be on US89 take the time for short visit. You will not regret it, as dunes like this are totally uncommon for the area.


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