Quail Creek State Park RV & Campground Guide


You will love playing in the warm waters of Quail Creek State Park, which is located in the southwestern area of Utah. Anglers fish here year-round for crappie, trout, bullhead catfish, bluegill, and largemouth bass. Visitors can swim and enjoy boating activities, and you can either bring your own boat or rent small personal watercraft from the on-site concessionaire. If you stay at the park, you will appreciate the shaded picnic table and fire ring that is available at each site. The park is 14 miles north of St. George, Utah, which is home to Dixie State University. Zion National Park is a 30-minute drive to the east, and Las Vegas is only a couple of hours to the southwest.

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Spring 43-86 F
Summer 69-102 F
Fall 53-92 F
Winter 32-59 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Quail Creek State Park

This southwestern area of Utah is convenient to many parks and natural attractions in the western United States. You are close to Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon, and the Grand Canyon is only a few hours to the south. Traveling in your own RV or a rental RV from RVshare is one of the best ways to get around to everywhere you want to go, and there are plenty of campgrounds to visit on your journey.

Temple View RV Park

Temple View RV Park has all the convenience of location and comfortable amenities you want when traveling in your RV. The park is right next to Interstate 15, allowing you to get back on the road easily on your way to adventures. You will appreciate the heated pool and hot tub and the quiet relaxation in the lounge/TV room.

• Number of sites: 260 

• Rates: $41.95 daily/$251.70 weekly

• Type of hookup: Full hookups

• Electrical amps: 30

• Wi-Fi: Yes

• Pet-friendly: Yes

• Showers: Yes

• Other amenities: Club room with pool tables, lounge room with TV, exercise room

WillowWind RV Park

WillowWind RV Park is located in the town of Hurricane, about 25 minutes northeast of St. George. They have been in business for many years, and the park has large trees that offer plenty of shade for most of the sites. Other conveniences include several communal fire pits, newly renovated showers and bathrooms, and a two-story log-cabin clubhouse with a pool table upstairs and an outside barbecue area. 

• Number of sites: 80 

• Rates: $45-$50 daily/$250-$300 weekly/$500 monthly

• Type of hookup: Full hookups

• Electrical amps: 30/50

• Pool/hot tub: No

• Wi-Fi: Yes

• Pet-friendly: Yes

• Restrooms: Yes

• Showers: Yes

• Other amenities: Two-story log-cabin-style clubhouse with event kitchen, shade trees, three fire pits

Bauer's Canyon Ranch RV Park

Bauer's Canyon Ranch RV Park is a family-owned facility that is quiet and relaxing. The owners also operate their land as a farm and a ranch at various times. The location in the town of Glendale is between Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park but is remote enough from civilization for plenty of peaceful rest.

• Number of sites: Call for availability

• Rates: Call for rates

• Type of hookup: Full hookups

• Electrical amps: 30/50

• Pool/hot tub: No 

• Showers: Yes

• Pet-friendly: Yes

• Wi-Fi: Yes

• Laundry: Yes

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What to Do at
Quail Creek State Park

Inside Quail Creek State Park

There is no shortage of activities for all to enjoy while visiting Quail Creek State Park. The water is warm and inviting, and you will love cruising around on a kayak, canoe, or paddleboard. There are many species of fish in this well-stocked lake, and fishing is a popular pastime here every season of the year. If you enjoy lacing up your shoes and striking out on foot, there are a number of interesting hiking and biking trails both in and right outside the park.

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How to Get to
Quail Creek State Park

Quail Creek State Park is 14 miles north of St. George, 34 miles from Zion National Park, 132 miles from Las Vegas, and 293 miles south of Salt Lake City. From Interstate 15, take Exit 16 and continue 3 miles east on SR 9. Turn left on SR 318 and continue to the park entrance.

Entering Quail Creek State Park

Quail Creek State Park is open from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. for day-use visitors. The park welcomes guests year-round for both camping and day-use activities.

Quail Creek State Park Day use : $15.0

Per vehicle

Quail Creek State Park Day use (senior) : $10.0

Per vehicle

Quail Creek State Park Camping : $20.0

Per night/ $20 per additional vehicle

Utah is the site of many natural wonders. Taking a road trip through the southwestern corner of the state puts you next to exciting areas like Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, and the Grand Canyon. If you've visited or you plan to visit Quail Creek State Park, post about it on social media and don't forget to tag RVshare. You can also send your trip photos and memories to [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions About Quail Creek State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Quail Creek State Park?

The best time of year to visit Quail Creek State Park is in the summer. Anglers will find the fishing better as the fish swim closer to the water’s surface. The Island Swing area is a fantastic place to beat the summer heat.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Quail Creek State Park?

There are 23 campsites at Quail Creek State Park. The campground is near the reservoir, and RVs up to 40 feet can be accommodated. Some campsites have full hookups. There is also a group camping site.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Quail Creek State Park?

When visiting Quail Creek State Park, you will see turtles, tortoises, and lizards. The careful observer may also see bobcats, mountain lions, and coyotes. Vultures, including red-tailed hawks and eagles, are often spotted flying over the reservoir.

Are pets allowed at Quail Creek State Park?

If the leash is shorter than 6 feet, pets are allowed in most areas of Quail Creek State Park, including on the beach and in the water. You should always maintain control of your pet.

Is Quail Creek State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

Quail Creek State Park is partially accessible to disabled visitors. There are two ADA-compliant campsites, and the tent group camping site is accessible. One of the fishing piers, some picnic areas, restrooms, and the outdoor shower are also wheelchair-accessible.