Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park

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Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park


(435) 648-2800

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Twelve miles off U.S. Highway 89 near Kanab, lies the wide-sweeping expanse of Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. It is a wonderful place for riding off-highway vehicles, taking photographs or just playing in the sand. The park has a 22 unit pull-through campground, modern rest rooms, showers, waste disposal station and blacktop roads. It serves as an excellent base camp for exploring Utah's extraordinary scenery. Within a short drive are Cedar Breaks National Monument, Kodachrome Basin State Park, Lake Powell, Zion, Bryce Canyon and Grand Canyon.

Map of Coral Pink Sand Dunes (UT)

Latitude, Longitude: 37.046409, -112.720070



  • Camping

    Overnight camping on the main campground is $16/night. Group campgrounds are available at $3/person (25 person min - 50 max - 5 vehicles+trailers max).

  • Hiking

    The park offers a wide variety of trails for every occasion, from short interpretive hikes to much more difficult long hikes. Day Visit passes are available as follows: $6 Day-Use per vehicle $3 Day-Use for Utah seniors 62+ $75 Annual Day-Use Pass $35 Senior Adventure (annual) Pass

  • Off Highway Vehicles

    Visitor safety is our number one concern. While enjoying the acres of beautiful dunes, please follow these rules:

    WHIPTAIL FLAG: All riders must have an orange whiptail flag on their off-highway vehicles.

    WEAR YOUR HELMET: Utah law requires that all riders under 18 must wear a properly sized and fastened helmet. We also strongly recommend that adult riders wear a helmet. Helmets save lives.

    ZERO TOLERANCE: Alcohol and drugs do not mix with any type of vehicle, including off-highway vehicles. Alcohol impairs judgment and reduces reaction time. Sadly, every year we have several alcohol related OHV deaths. DUI laws apply to OHVs. If you're going to drink, don't drive and don't ride.

    EDUCATION: Youth eight to 16 must be certified to legally operate an OHV on public lands. Visit our Youth Education page for more information and for kids to study and take the certification test. Children under age eight are not allowed to operate an OHV on public lands. Parents, remember that this course is designed to keep your children safe; and it's the law.

    CARRYING PASSENGERS: DON'T! ATV manufacturers place warnings on machines stating not to carry passengers. Obey these recommendations. Carrying passengers changes the balance, weight, and handling of the machines. Several accidents every year claim the lives of passengers who were "just along for the ride".

    Call 1-800-OHV-RIDE for more information about these and other OHV related issues.

  • Picnicking

    Picnicking is available.

  • RVing

    RV sites are available at the campground.


The park is open during daylight hours, seven days a week. There are no holiday closures.



Twenty-two miles northwest of Kanab on Sand Dunes Road, 310 miles from Salt Lake.

Phone Numbers


(435) 648-2800