Like Sand Hallow, Quail Creek is a frequently visited spot. It is beautiful, the fishing is great and water sports are encouraged. They offer camping for over night stays. It is easily accessible as well.
Nice man made lake. A good place to relax after the crowds at Zion National Park. Bring a picnic lunch and rent watercraft and enjoy the day. Besides the lake there are miles of sand dunes that can be explored. Rentals are available for that too.
Park is has beautiful view of numerous red cliff mountains. Swimming is a bit dicey w/ a great deal of uneven rocky bottom. Boating for skiing, tubing, fishing. Campers look happy. Some (small) areas are no dog allowed Of note: around/outside the park (95%+ of the lake), there is one free parking lot and shore access area and there are... 更多
We have been to sand hollow dozens of times and didn't realize this little hidden gem existed. Appears to be about half the size of sand hollow but is very secluded and a lot prettier. Our son and his friend went fishing and had some success.
We came here for a couple hours. It is very rocky but the water felt so great considering it was 104 degrees out. The lady at the teller booth was informing and very friendly. A nice little lake to take a dip in.
We stopped here to camp for two nights to relax and catch our breaths after traveling for a few weeks in a motorhome through Colorado and Utah. There is just one site with water and electric and we were fortunate to get that site as it was 100+ degrees and my kids were hoping for air conditioning. The reservoir and... 更多
Went here for some fantastic photo opportunities. Being from Ohio, I was awe struck by the beauty of the Mesa, and then was flabbergasted by the fact there was a lake here, in the desert! Beautiful place to wander around, swim, or boat.
Quail Creek State Park is a small state park in UTAH between ST GEORGE and HURRICANE. It has a beautiful lake surrounded by very colorful sandstone rocks that look like stripes of different colors. The access to scenic drive road along the lake is FREE but if you want to use the boat then there is a fee.
May be nice for fishing, but other than that, little to see and do. Scenery everywhere in SW Utah is great and this is not anything unusual. There is a boat landing ramp that is hard to get to, otherwise hard to get to waters edge. There are lots of better parks- National and State- to spend your time at.