Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
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Always a fun and unique place to visit! Sand dunes, with beautiful colors of nature. Just a short 15 miles North from my Airbnb in Fredonia
Visit at dawn or dusk and be prepared to be awestruck at the colors. Stay for the day and enjoy the hiking and exploration. The friendly staff at the central office will give you helpful information such as where to find dinosaur tracks (which do require a 4WD vehicle). Don't forget the camera!
Oh boy!!! Sand sliding. We haven't been yet but we are super excited to try it out.
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park is a state park of Utah, United States, located between Mount Carmel Junction and Kanab, south and west of U.S. Highway 89 in southwestern Utah. The park features coral-hued sand dunes located beside red sandstone cliffs.
Where lots of locals go for fun . No dune board or buggie, no worries. Climb the epic sand dunes and slide down on cardboard. Take classic desert pics.
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“Such a beautiful Canyon! The Animals you will see here are so sweet, extremely nice people and an unexpected and beautiful Underground Lake! ”
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“My favorite local Mexican restaurant. Great personal service and food is excellent!”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“For the little things you may need, we recommend Honey’s. They have the best smell town hospitality we have ever seen. ”
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“The first time I went to Bryce Canyon was a jaw dropping experience. I had been to the Grand Canyon, so what could be better than that...my opinion is that Bryce beats the Grand Canyon on several areas, and that isn't to take anything away from the majesty and awe inspiring vistas of the Grand. The shear beauty and color of Bryce is better. The colors are richer, and the accessibility is much better. There is a hiking loop in Bryce that I took my 5 year old down and up again without it being traumatic - we've had some of those. The number of people to bump up against is much less. Depending on the time of year, sometimes there are so few people that we have felt like we own the place. Just before you enter the park, there is a place called Ruby's Inn. There is cross country skiing that takes up and on the rim of the canyon, ice skating and dining that makes you feel like you have come home. Bryce Canyon is a must see!”
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