PLAY ANYTIME ANY DAY NOW TILL OCT 8TH
TREASURE HUNTS THAT HELP THE STATE PARK MAKE OFF-ROADING SAFETY & EDUCATION FUN FOR ADULTS & CHILDREN!
Sand Hollow State Park is partnering with Hunt 4 Prizes to launch a fun and new OHV Educational Program at Sand Hollow State Park. The Hunt 4 Prizes team has worked closely with the park’s management, Trevor Behunin and Jeri Burhorn-Politte, to develop a treasure hunt, the Sand Hollow Hunt, with an educational element that helps the locals and tourists learn about off-roading safety and etiquette.
Summer Sand Hollow Hunt May 11th - Oct 8th
Sand Hollow Holiday Hunt Oct 9th - Dec 15th
Step #1 : Unlock the Sand Hollow Hunt with the FREE BFGoodrich Ontrail Mapping App
Step #2 : Find the Treasure Hunt Map under Missions and Hunt for Prizes
Treasure hunters have the option to upgrade for ONLY $25 to qualify for Ultimate Treasures!
The Sand Hollow Hunt will help families and friends get outside and experience the scenic sights of Sand Hollow, teach them about off-roading safety and etiquette, and qualify them for cool prizes from major brands and local businesses. This is a FREE way to get outside and have FUN! Upgrade for ONLY $25 to qualify for Ultimate Treasure prize drawings!
Land-use advocates such as the Bureau of Land Management, Tread Lightly! and the Blue Ribbon Coalition will be joining the efforts through this program to help participants develop responsible and respectful OHV land-use habits. Sand Hollow State Park and Hunt 4 Prizes is proud to incorporate Tread Lightly!’s principals which support all of our efforts in Utah, specifically Sand Hollow, and this initiative to provide OHV education through our treasure hunting activities.
Sand Hollow State Park, Bureau of Land Management, TreadLightly!, and local off-roading events and businesses support this off-roading educational program that is slated to reach over 1,000,000 visitors at the state park. The more the public is educated about how to be a responsible off-roader the more our lands are protected, respected, and remain open for OHV use.
SAND HOLLOW HUNT
Hunt 4 Prizes
Brandi Farra | Faith Dumont
702-769-3259 | 661-302-5054
SAND HOLLOW STATE PARK
Trevor Behunin | Jeri Burhorn-Politte
Facebook: Sand Hollow State Park @SandHollowComplex
UTAH DIVISION OF OUTDOOR RECREATION
Off-Highway Vehicle Program
Facebook: Utah Off-Highway Vehicle Program @UtahOHVProgram
A favorite destination for local off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts, Sand Mountain provides 15,000 acres of perfectly sculpted dunes. The red sand is an incredible backdrop for Sand Hollow reservoir. At nearly twice the size of the nearby Quail Creek Reservoir, Sand Hollow offers boating and other water recreation in a spectacular setting.
The Utah Division of State Parks will be hosting a community cleanup event at Sand Hollow State Park on Saturday. While the event will be attended by multiple off-highway vehicle clubs, all members of the community are invited to attend. Those attending the event are asked to meet at 9 a.m. at the OHV parking lot which accesses the nearby Sand Mountain Recreation Area from within Sand Hollow State Park. It’s a bring your own off-highway vehicle, as OHVs will not be provided. The event is expected to last all day. Park rangers will also be placed throughout the riding area to answer any questions about safety requirements and will also be handing out whip flags to those who need them. The Utah Division of State Parks encourages riders to wear protective equipment, including helmets, at all times. Helmets are mandatory on all public land for riders under the age of 18. A full list of Utah’s OHV laws and rules can be found online at ohv.utah.gov.
Litter takes the forefront of this landscape photo shot at Sand Hollow State Park, Hurricane, Utah, date not specified | Photo by Br'ette VanHouten, St. George News