The vibe at Snow Canyon Campground
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It gets pretty quiet here, except the through-road in the Park is open 24/7, so you get the occasional motorcycle or diesel pick-up driving through the canyon after dark. Great hikes all over the place, and plenty of quail and bunny rabbits to observe in the evenings. Surprising to be so close-in to St. George. Some light pollution from the town, however, but a great place to stay!
This is a real gem of a state park. It's got some of the same beauty you'll see at nearby Zion National Park but a tenth of the people at most. There are lots of hikes, long and short, that you can string together. Some of the trails are well-marked, some aren't, but it's not that big of a park. There's a tent-only section of the campground where you're nestled right by the red rocks. Clean bathrooms. Tent sites have a fire ring, BBQ and picnic table. Watch your food; the squirrels are sneaky!