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Kodachrome Basin State Park

Kodachrome Basin State Park
P. O. Box 238/Kodachrome Drive
Utah 84718


Multi-colored and red tinged rock formations against incredible blue skies give rise to this park's name. It boasts the world's only collection of 'sand pipes'; oddly shaped sandstone pillers that rise from 6 to 170 feet from the ground. There are several short trails in the park that lead to very scenic views, a visitor's center, a camping supply store, and guided tours. Located in a natural amphitheater among desert vegetation, this well maintained campground offers a pavilion area with picnic tables, fire pit, barbecue grills, fresh spring water, modern restrooms, showers, dump station, and firewood. They are open year round, but water is shut off in winter. Campers do not have to pay an additional day use fee for the park. There are no electric or water hookups at the campgrounds.

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