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Snow Canyon State Park

637 Reviews

Snow Canyon State Park

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1002 N. Snow Canyon Road, UT 84738
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Scenic Tour of Bryce Canyon

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Each of our guides are locals born and raised, and will show you the Bryce Canyon country as only a local can. With each of our tours, you will learn about the history, geology, flora, and fauna of the national park, as well as surrounding areas.
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denise b wrote a review Oct 21
Clayton, North Carolina684 contributions78 helpful votes
It's a beautiful little park and my husband's favorite part was Jenny's Canyon. It wasn't hard to get to and he loved the slot canyon
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Sandy817 wrote a review Oct 15
Phoenix, Arizona816 contributions182 helpful votes
We loved this State Park as it is beautiful and not very crowded. Parking at trails is limited however. We hiked to a slot canyon and had to park some distance away. If you want to you can just drive through and enjoy the natural beauty from your car. There is a small green grassy area with picnic tables near the RV camping area with bathroom facilities that made for a very pleasant picnic stop for us. Entry fee is $15 for cars from out of state.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Trina wrote a review Oct 13
Salt Lake City, Utah366 contributions81 helpful votes
I’d recommend this state park during OFF season, or very early or late in the day arrival. If you don’t have a pass the entrance fee is $10. The park is small and parking is EXTREMELY limited, so worst case, be prepared to pay the fee for a short 15 min ride through. We drove up and down the park trying to find available parking. Driving through without leaving your vehicle still pays the day use fee. A good suggestion for those who have non-hikers in the group: park at the lava tubes parking and hike DOWN to the butterfly trail and parking. One person in the party can then hike the road back to lava tube parking. We did this and clocked just under 1 1/2 miles. A very short and quick hike/walk. The trails are completely exposed to the sun so bring plenty of water. The trails are also incredibly populated. There aren’t a lot of defined trails in this park, so be prepared for large crowds. The ecology is fragile so I’m not sure on any options to hike off trail.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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KhimLee wrote a review Oct 7
Hillsborough, California340 contributions118 helpful votes
This a great State Park for a day trip, within a relatively short drive from St George, Washington or Hurricane. On its own it would have been an outstanding park but is understandably overshadowed by the number of other National Parks in the area. We visited for half a day in early fall and was able to squeeze in the Petrified Dunes and Johnson Canyon hikes. Wished we had more time to explore - the trails are largely family friendly and really surprised there are not more people, which is a nice departure from the crowds of Zion and Bryce. Only note to caution is to drink water, regardless of length of hike - with the low humidity, scorching heat (even in morning time) and high altitude physical activities can be a challenge.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Travellots wrote a review Sep 2020
United States117 contributions57 helpful votes
We needed to get away during Covid time. After hiking some national parks in Utah we visited Snow Canyon. We were not disappointed. Beautiful landscape with gorgeous colors. The day we were there the park was quite empty. On our hike Mike, a trail steward, met up with us. We were unsure of which way to go. He guided us on a wonderful hike to a beautiful overlook. Along with this he educated us about the park and surrounding areas. Thanks Mike for your kindness!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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