During our road trip to Utah, Xena and I spent a couple of hours at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. Since it was close to sunset, there wasn’t much of OHV (off-highway vehicles) activity on the dunes and we only saw a few people wandering sparsely on the dunes. When we were alone, I let Xena free to roam.
I’ve been wanting to see this place for awhile and I was not disappointed. As the sun began to set, the sand dunes started to show off its beautiful coral pink color. It was so pretty.
The superfine soft sand felt like a fluffy comfy blanket. I couldn’t contain the inner child in me anymore. I ran down the hill screaming from pure joy. Xena thought it was funny and instantly joined in the fun. We ran around aimlessly until I was out of breath. We sat and watched the glowing sands instead for awhile and admired the beauty surrounded us.
I absolutely loved our visit. Since then, I added a couple more sand dune locations to my adventure bucket list.
Here are some photos from our trip that showcases this place.
Good to Know:
- Operating Hours: Daylight hours, 7 days/week, No holiday closures
- Located at an elevation of 6,000 feet
- The campground is dog-friendly and is equipped with restrooms, hot showers and sewage disposal station. There are 22 campsites.
- Approximately 90% of the park (1,200 acres) is open to OHV use. Please keep your pups on a leash and keep your eyes open if you visit during busy hours.