Hog Spring Picnic Area is a Rest Stop between the town of Hanksville and Old Hite Marina at Lake Powell. The rest area sits at the bottom of Hog Canyon, and has a number of cottonwood trees, as well as other desert scrub and under story.
There isn't much here in terms of birds, nut if driving through it's worth a stop to check the trees. During migration warblers and other migrants likely use this small spring riparian stop as a trap so depending on weather and timing there could be a decent number of birds here. The habitat is typical of the area, and the red rock canyons provide homes to CANYON and ROCK WREN as well as WHITE-THROATED SWIFT during the summer months. There is one notable sighting of BEWICK'S WREN from here. This location needs some attention in eBird, so if you are passing through stop for a few minutes to check it out.
From the intersection of Hwy 24 and Hwy 95 in the town of Hanksville, follow Highway 95 southeast 33.3 miles towards Hite. The rest stop will be on your right.