Washington County, Utah: Honeycomb Rocks

A swiss cheese alien world of holes and alcoves naturally formed in volcanic tuff.

Honeycomb Rocks Campground

Reservoir Rd., Washington County, UT
From Junction of Utah highways 18 and 219 in Enterprise, travel west on Highway 219 for 7 miles then turn left (south) on Veyo Shoal Creek Road. After 4.8 miles, turn right on Reservoir Road for 0.7 miles to Honeycomb Rock Campground.
$20 vehicle fee
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Honeycomb Rocks.

Honeycomb Rocks

Honeycomb Rocks are the result of erosion in a layer of volcanic tuff. It's a great place for kids to scramble on rocks and find hidden passageways.

[Ronnie, 07/23/2015]

Nearby Offbeat Places

Ghost Town CemeteryGhost Town Cemetery, Washington County, UT - 5 mi.
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Old Iron Town RuinsOld Iron Town Ruins, Cedar City, UT - 23 mi.
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