Snow Canyon State Park in southern Utah

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Snow Canyon State Park is one of southern Utah's treasures with red rocks, sand dunes, lava caves, horseback riding, camping and 16 miles of paved trails to bike, run or walk. It rarely receives snow. The park was named after early Utah leaders Lorenzo and Erastus Snow. The weather is mild for the winter and the park is open year round.

Growing up in St. George we would pack a picnic and spend Saturdays hiking and playing at the sand dunes. Remember to bring water. There are bathrooms, but it is always a good rule to bring lots of water.

If you can not spend the day it is worth the $6 to even drive through the park.

Snow Canyon State Park Entrance Fees (2018):

Day use is $6 per vehicle (up to 8 people)
$3 per vehicle with a Utah senior 62+
$75 annual pass is available at the park
$35 Senior Adventure (annual) Pass
$4 per group of pedestrians/cyclists (up to 8 people)
$24 Annual Snow Canyon Pedestrian/Cyclist Pass