Ivins, UT Trails and Parks

Ivins has 5 trails in the vicinity, including 2 hiking trails and 2 for campgrounds. These trails range from 0 to 6 miles in length. The most popular trail is Beaver Dam Wash and Lytle Ranch Preserve (Beaver Dam Wash). Trails.com member Wayne S. recently completed Lytle Ranch Preserve (Beaver Dam Wash).
  • Snow Canyon State Park

    0 Reviews

    Ivins, UT

    When the winter blues become insufferable, book a site at the Shivwits Campground.
    •  Guide

    When the winter blues become insufferable, book a site at the Shivwits Campground.

  • Lytle Ranch Preserve (Beaver Dam Wash)

    0 Reviews

    Ivins, UT

    Birding at the Lytle Ranch Preserve is legendary in Utah birding circles. The Lytle Ranch encompasses a section of Beaver Dam Wash, and the two names are used interchangeably to designate the ...
    •  Guide

    Birding at the Lytle Ranch Preserve is legendary in Utah birding circles. The Lytle Ranch encompasses a section of Beaver ...

  • Snow Canyon State Park Campground

    0 Reviews

    Ivins, UT

    In a state where there are sometimes only two seasons—winter and August—Snow Canyon State Park is a little piece of heaven. When the winter blues become insufferable, book a site and get ...
    •  Guide

    In a state where there are sometimes only two seasons—winter and August—Snow Canyon State Park is a little piece of heaven. ...

  • Beaver Dam Wash

    0 Reviews

    Ivins, UT

    This area was set aside by the federal government in 1966 because of the dense population of Joshua trees (Yucca brevifolia). Joshua trees grow at altitudes of 2000–6000 feet above sea level. ...
    •  Half day to 2 days
    •  0 miles
    •  Guide

    This area was set aside by the federal government in 1966 because of the dense population of Joshua trees (Yucca brevifolia). ...

  • Snow Canyon State Park: West Canyon Road

    0 Reviews

    Ivins, UT

    Southern Utah presents challenges for hiking dogs. There are only 7.5 inches of rainfall a year in St. George, so it’s hard or nearly impossible to find a stream or water source to hike along. ...
    •  1–3 hours
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    Southern Utah presents challenges for hiking dogs. There are only 7.5 inches of rainfall a year in St. George, so it’s hard ...