Zion National Park
This world class attraction was recently voted the number one national park in America by users of Trip Advisor, even surpassing the Grand Canyon. Zion National Park is much easier to access and can be see from the bottom or the top without having to do extensive hiking. More Zion National Park information is found through this link.
Snow Canyon State Park
This state park is just minutes north of St. George and offers great opportunities to experience sand dunes, lava caves, rock climbing, hiking, biking, flora, and fauna.
Snow Canyon State Park - learn more...
St. George Utah has a great history with the Native Americans that inhabited this region and with the pioneers that settled this area in the mid 1800's. A few historic attractions are listed below. View more historic sites here.
• Brigham Young Historic Home
• Jacob Hamblin Historic Home
• St. George Opera House
• St. George Tabernacle
• St. George Temple & Visitor Center
• Temple Quarry Trail
• Dixie National Forest
• Pine Valley (40 minutes from St. George)
• Oak Grove (35 minutes from St. George)
• Kolob Terrace (55 minutes from St. George)
• Cedar Breaks (75 minutes from St. George)
• Navajo Lake (75 minutes from St. George)
• Duck Creek (90 minutes from St. George)
Hiking trails extend in all directions from almost any location in the St. George, Utah area. Visit our St. George hiking page to learn more about hiking options.
• Gunlock Reservoir State Park
• Quail Creek State Park
• Sand Hollow State Park
• Kolob Reservoir
• Enterprise Reservoir
• Baker Reservoir
More Info. - St. George Lakes / Reservoirs
• Ivins Petroglyphs - More
• Silver Reef Ghost Town
• Grafton Ghost Town
More Ghost Town Info.
• Virgin River Rim (Cedar Canyon near Navajo Lake)
• Snow Canyon (Overlook just before north entrance)
• Skyline Driver (Dixie Rock)
• St. George Airport
• Kolob Finger Canyon -(Zion National Park - I-15 near New Harmony)