Coral Pink Sand Dunes

Coral Pink Sand Dunes

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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 wanted to see this place for a while 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.

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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 a while and admired the beauty surrounded us.

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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.

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Good to Know:

  • Operating Hours: Daylight hours, 7 days/week, No holiday closures
  • Located at an elevation of 6,000 feet
  • Dog-friendly campground on site. It 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.

Adventure On!

 

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16 comments on “Coral Pink Sand Dunes”

  1. What a different environment for Xena. Looks like she (and you) enjoyed it. Nice light and shadow effects in the photos! Thx.

    1. Thank you, Mike! We sure did. I found Southern Utah beautiful everywhere you look any time of the day. But of course, it’s stunning during the golden hour. I am making plans to get out there with Z this fall. πŸ™‚

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