Quail Creek State Park provides excellent year-round camping, picnicking, boating, and trout and bass fishing in sunny southwest Utah. The park is three miles east of the Interstate 15 Hurricane exit on State Route 9. Facilities include 23 campsites, most of which will accomodate 2 small tents or 1 large, modern rest rooms, fish cleaning station and two covered group-use pavilions. The hike begins at a marked trailhead and is easy to moderate. Hiking time is 1 hour to the pools and up to 5 hours if you eplore up the canyon further. Hiking past the pools usually requires hiking through some shallow water, so prepare accordingly!
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Depending on your location, take I-15 to southwestern Utah and get off at the Harrisburg Junction, exit 16. Take the frontage road on the east side of I-15 and head north. Look for signs to the Red Cliffs Recreation Area. In a few miles, the signs will direct you to make a left which will pass under http://someadchick.com/sprawd?-kupon-totolotek-2/a narrow tunnel under I-15. From here, it is a few miles to the recreation area. There is a parking area at the marked trailhead. You will need to pay the day use fee of $6 prior to hiking the trail.