Crawdad Canyon

Welcome to Veyo Pool and Crawdad Canyon! Come visit our amazing canyon and all it has to offer:

  • Natural Warm Spring/Swimming Pool
  • Camping
  • Rock Climbing
  • Picnicking
  • Restaurant
  • Crawdad Catching

  • Our Canyon Access Pass gets you access to the pool, hiking and crawdad catching. See details and pricing below.

    All-Day Canyon Access Pass (includes access to warm spring pool, hiking, picnicking and crawdad catching in the Santa Clara River)
  • $6.50 kids under 14
  • $8.50 14 and older
  • $6.00/person with our Discount Punch Pass. We created this discounted pass for local customers who visit us often. It sells for $180 for 30 visits ($6 per visit for both adults and kids).

    Access included with Canyon Access Pass (see above)
    Open Memorial Day to Labor Day
    Hours: 12:00pm - 8:00pm - 7 days/week

    CAMPGROUND (Canyon Access fee is required in addition to campsite pricing below)
    $25 basic campsite (up to four people)
    $30 riverside campsite (up to four people)
    Check-in 4:00pm | Check-out 10:00am (Special hours available upon request)

    $8.50 in addition to Canyon Access Fee (see above)
    Hours: 9:00am - 8:00pm - 7 days a week

    RESTAURANT: The Grill
    Open April 1 - October 31
    Hours: 12:00pm to 8:00pm - 7 days/week

    CRAWDAD CATCHING in the Santa Clara River
    Included with Canyon Access Pass (see above)
    Hours: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

    Contact us for pricing
    Contact us to plan a birthday party, family reunion or other special gathering
    Call: (435) 574-2300 for all reservations.
    Location: 287 E. Veyo Resort RD, Veyo, Utah 84782
    About 17 miles north of St.George, Utah.

    IMPORTANT: Each individual visiting Veyo Pool and Crawdad Canyon is required to sign a Liability Form or they won't be allowed to enter the property. You can download this form and send it to us at Find the form at this link:Waiver

    No animals, including dogs, may be brought into the Canyon, with the exception of ADA Service Animals. Please see the ADA FAQ page for details on what qualifies as a service animal. Note that "The ADA makes a distinction between psychiatric service animals and emotional support animals... if [a] dog's mere presence provides comfort, that would not be considered a service animal under the ADA" and would not be permitted on the premise.