WATCH: Let’s go sandboarding at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park!
If you live in Utah, you've certainly tried a lot of outdoor activities — like hiking, biking or camping. Yawn. But have you ever heard of sandboarding?
When I found out it was like sledding or snowboarding, but with sand, I had to try it. In the late afternoon on a warm summer day, my family and I took a trip to Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. You'll find the picturesque park on 1,200 acres of ever-shifting dunes in southwest Utah, just west of Kanab near the Arizona border.
Spoiler, the hardest part of sandboarding definitely wasn’t the ride down.
Looking for more state park fun? Have you ever checked out Indigenous Skills Day at Fremont Indian State Park?