Where is WillowWind RV Park
80 South 1150 West Hurricane, UTAH, 84737 USA
WillowWind RV park is located in the town of Hurricane, Utah. The best of both worlds, you get the surrounding beauty of all the outdoors has to offer and comfort with the convenience of having access to the parks on site amenities. Zion, Grand Canyon, and Bryce Canyon are all located within driving distance of WillowWind. Cedar City, Utah is located just 41 miles north of WillowWind and St. George is just 17.8 southwest.
How Big is WillowWind RV Park
WillowWind US RV Park has a total of 183 spots to offer and match the needs of your rig. Despite the size of the park, it is known for its relaxing and mellow vibes, surrounded by unique landscapes of southern Utah. There are plenty of pull through spots for the big rigs and even an area to set up with a tent. Each spot provides a full hook up and free, reliable high speed Wi-Fi. Not to mention, a dog park for your loyal travel companions and other top-notch amenities.
WillowWind RV Park Park Weather
Enjoy this perfect RV site location year-round. This southern part of Utah has been welcoming visitors year-round with ideal temperatures and conditions each season. It is even said to be a great snowbird destination during the winter months. Although, more drastic temperatures are experienced in the northern areas of Utah, southern Utah remains optimal year-round. The hottest month is July, the coldest month is in December, the rainiest month is February and the windiest month is in June.
When was WillowWind RV Park established?
No history on the park to be found online.
Things to do at WillowWind RV Park
WillowWind is the middle ground to having access to an array of adventures of the wild outdoors. Explore the beauty of Southern Utah’s red rocks right outside the campsite or take a full day to see the Grand Canyon. The list of things to do and see is endless, however, our RV Park Visitors Guide outlines some adventures below.
Sand Hollow Reservoir
Near the town of Hurricane, Sand Hollow State Park features a 1,322-acre reservoir and an extensive off highway vehicle recreation area on Sand Mountain. This park does reach capacity often, so be sure to check their social media links for updates.
Zion National Park
Zion is Utah's First National Park. It is one of Utah’s most amazing spectacles with the sandstone cliffs, narrow slot canyons, and the unique variety of plants and animals surrounding the area. It is located near the city of spring dale, which is about 24 miles from WillowWind RV Park.
There are a variety of ways to experience the magic of the Grand Canyon. By foot, bike, helicopter, or mule, it’s a must see. There are free shuttles provided inside the park by the National Park Service that make several stops along the breathtaking overlooks. The Grand Canyon is 124 miles from WillowWind RV Park.
The fact that the spectacular scenery of this area has appeared in many movies makes it a highly desirable place to visit. Not only for its beauty but the variety of recreational activity the area has to offer every season of the year.
Brianhead Mountain Ski Resort
This ski area is said to offer the “greatest snow on earth” at Utah’s highest base elevation. Brian Head Resort is located in Dixie National Forest which is 71 miles from WillowWind.
Red Cliffs National Conservation area
Just 15 miles from WillowWind, the area is located off Interstate Highway 15 and lies within the Bureau of Land Management’s Red Cliffs Recreation site. Explore the old mining ruins and the endangered plants protected habitat all while cruising along the handful of biking, hiking, and horseback riding trails. Don’t miss the dinosaur footprints and the ruins of the old McMullin homestead.
Washington County Fairgrounds
Located in the intermountain area, check out the hosted events going on during your stay. Experience the Washington County fair, barrel races, dog shows, and several other horse related shows and entertainment.
Zip Lining and Rock Climbing
Soak in Southern Utah from a different perspective. Check out Paragon Adventures guided hikes with a little challenge, rock climbing, repelling, zip lining, and slot canyons views.
Coral Pink Sand Dunes
If you want to give your legs a break from all the hiking trails, take a visit to see the unique coral sands of the sand dunes. This area is 44 miles from WillowWind RV park.
Oral Cliff’s Cinema 8
A lovely way to get off your feet and still have a memorable visual experience. This locally owned movie house offers show entertainment throughout the week.
When to go to WillowWind RV Park
WillowWind experiences its peak visitors during the months of September through June. As mentioned before, due to its temperament weather year-round, this RV Park makes for a great visit at any time during the year, even winter. Unlike Utah's northern areas, WillowWind doesn’t experience the harsh winter conditions. However, always make note of the weather before your trip and plan accordingly.
Must-Have things to bring to WillowWind RV Park
Although WillowWind RV Park has several fantastic facilities, it is best to come to any RV park fully prepared in all aspects. Being self-sufficient will add a sense of security and comfort to your trip.
Have plenty of water. List of Parks suggests bringing a couple extra jugs than you normally would just to be safe. More is always better.
Preparing for travel calls for proper food and snack packing. Trail mixes, bars, and other easy packing snacks are great options.
Bring everything you will use daily to cook at home if you decide not to use the food options within walking distance of the RV site. (Ex. Cups, mugs, plates, bowls, forks, spoons, paper towels, wipes, knives. ect.)
Maps in physical and on phone
Being sure you know how to navigate throughout the surrounding areas. Another precaution to ensure your safety and enjoyment.
Things happen and it is best to be prepared with all the tool necessities. Bring Allen or hex wrenches. Bring duct tape. Bring scissors. Bring rubber bands and zip ties. Bring plenty of towels you can use as noise buffers. Prepare and anticipate.
Pack for the time of year you will be visiting, but come prepared with waterproof gear too. Sunglasses, sunscreen and proper clothing for cooler night temperatures. A backpack meant for hiking will be a great idea if you plan on spending the full day on your feet.
With all the wild life and vast landscapes to view, getting a zoom in view can always enhance the experience.
Flashlight, Headlamps, Lantern.
Bringing a tank of gas and extra motor oil and transmission fluid will ensure that in case of an emergency, you will be set to get to the next best location.
Bringing your own toilet paper and everything to make you comfortable using the RV toilet for your trip. This is important.
WillowWind RV Park Site Details
Check in is at 1:00pm and check out is at noon. There are 13 big rig pull through spots available, all located at the center of the park. Each site has its own 20/30/50 AMP service available for use, along with free wifi and cable. You have the choice of a shaded spot or a more open spot that are satellite friendly, however, all spots are free of freeway or railway noise. Enjoy having access to clean restrooms, showers, laundry, and a comfy clubhouse to relax in. The availability depends on the height of the season you desire to travel, so be sure to book your spot early. Check out the rates on the website.
Food Nearby WillowWind RV Park
Great food on a road trip is a must. There are several well-known restaurants that are in close distance from the RV park. The most recommended spots around town are, Dixie Pizza wagon, Sonny Boys BBQ. Triple J’s Cafe, Main street Cafe, and Muddy Bees Bakery. There is a Walgreens, gas station, supermarket, and other restaurants that are all just walking distance from the site.
Airports near WillowWind RV Park
The closest airport to the WillowWind is St. George Municipal Airport (15 miles) and the next best option is McCarran International Airport (127 miles).