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Passport Club Event: Sand Hollow Dive Along!

NOTE: A Dive flag is required when diving East Canyon – motorized watercraft can be present.

There is a park entrance fee, be prepared to pay cash: there is a charge per vehicle, primitive camping is available and there is a main campground with RV hookups


Sand Hollow, Utah, was completed in March 2002, and has become one of Utah’s most popular dive sites.

The scuba and swimming area is south of the boat ramp and is marked with buoys. The scuba area has a maximum depth of 45′ depending on time of year. 

In 2006 a local dive shop placed a Cessna 310 airplane in the reservoir at a depth of 40 feet and there is a VB Bus along a rope guide. There is also a buoyancy course for testing your buoyancy skills.

The reservoir is open to diving year round.

The Park is open seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

Lake Info
Elevation 3,000 (feet)
Depth (feet) 95′ maximum   mean
Length (miles)  Width (miles) Shoreline (miles)
Visibility: 15-20 feet
Summer Water Temperature: 75-80 °F
Aquatic life: Bass and bluegill


Getting There
Sand Hollow is located approximately 15 miles east of St. George, and seven miles east of the I-15 Hurricane Exit.

Exit I-15 at Exit 16 (Highway 9), travel east four miles and turn right on Turf Sod Road, travel one mile and turn left on the new Sand Hollow access road for two miles, turn left and proceed to the park.


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