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A Quiet Park Close to Hurricane

A great little park. Most sites have a view of the reservoir. Friendly staff. Close to the... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
CowichanConnoisseur
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Duncan, Canada
It is small Reservoir

This is not a place if you want to just swim as the beaches are rocky, but a nice place to go fish... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Ralph L
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Hurricane, Utah
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Reviewed 13 December 2017

Apart from the lovely views of the lake, Quail Creek State Park maintains its grounds very well. The sites are a good distance away from one another so you have some privacy. Restrooms are clean. It's conveniently located approx 40 minutes away from Zion National Park. I would recommend this campground!

2  Thank Nas S
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Reviewed 12 November 2017

We stayed at the Quail Creek State Park Campground which is in the same location as the Reservoir. This campsite is VERY CLEAN!! Even the bathrooms were spotless. There isn't a lot of privacy between each campsite (trees, bushes, etc.) but there is plenty of space inbetween each site.

We arrived for a weekend and spent most of our time in Zion National Park which is roughly a 45 minute drive. It was much cheaper than the other sites that were closer to the South Entrance of Zion.

Be warned that showers are not located at this campsite! There are outdoor showers that are coin operated at the beach and used mainly to rinse off after swimming. We used a KOA campsite showers down the road (5min drive) which were nice. Bring a bathing suit because after a long day of hiking in August that reservior water feels amazing!

Three things to note: 1. If you are there during monsoon season (we were!) the tent site floods 2. There is very minimal shade and the tent warms up throughout the day 3. There IS a curfew...7AM to 9PM. If you miss the curfew you will not be able to get your car into the campsite but there is a way to exit anytime before or after the curfew.

2  Thank Charley C
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Reviewed 13 October 2017

Both this and the neighboring reservoir are top notch. Easy to find and within a short drive from both a fuel station and walmart on the local highway. Perhaps a five minute drive.

3  Thank William R
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Reviewed 18 June 2017

Nice little reservoir. Gets very crowded on a Saturday in June, so a little choppy for kayaking. No dogs allowed.

2  Thank ElmerRock
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Reviewed 10 June 2017

Rocky beach, but clear, warm water to play in by the picnic tables and shade. No swimmers itch here, like Sand Hollow and way less crowded. We enjoyed renting paddle boards from Dig Paddle Sports and exploring the lake. Great for families.

3  Thank Jaybirdslady
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