#1- Zion National Park
Zion National Park is the grand-daddy of the Utah National Park system. Zion is Utah's most popular park because of the spectacular sheer cliffs that rise over 4,000 feet above from the valley floor of the main canyon.
The park is 30 miles in length and 15 miles across at its widest point. Learn more about Zion. Click the next link to learn about Zion National Park hiking trails.
Since the 1970's golf has been growing as a sport in the St. George, Area. There are 11 great courses in the area with more on the drawing boards.
The golf courses in the St. George area have varying degrees of difficulty and price, but all are very affordable in comparison with the green fees one would expect in other great destinations.
Click the next link for more information on St. George golf courses and their locations.
#3- Snow Canyon S.P.
Snow Canyon State Park is a 7,400 acre scenic park and is the the crown jewel of Utah's state parks. With a mixture of white and red sandstone and partial coatings of black lava, the park is a colorful wonderland waiting for your discovery.
There are hundreds of miles of trails in the St. George, Utah area. Click here to visit our main hiking page and then to learn more about all the many hiking opportunities in the area. Here's a list of a few of the popular hiking locations.
Learn more about St. George area hiking.
• Ivins Petroglyphs
• Kolob Plateau
• Pine Valley Mountain
• Snow Canyon State Park
• Red Cliffs Recreation Area
• Zion National Park
#5 - Performing Arts
St. George enjoys a growing reputation for excellent Theatre offerings. From the outdoor amphitheater at Tuacahn to the St. George musical theater there are a great number of opportunities to enjoy the theatrical arts.
Learn more about:
• Tuacahn Center for the Performing Arts
• St. George Musical Theatre
• Dixie State College Theatre
• Southwest Symphony
• Bumbleberry Theater
St. George Utah offers excellent shopping and dining opportunities. Here's a a few options below or visit the next links for information on shopping or dining.
• Ancestor Square
• Red Cliffs Mall
• Promenade at Red Cliff
• Zion Factory Stores Dining
• Painted Pony
• Samurai 21
• 25 Main
• Texas Roadhouse
#7 - Historic Tours
St. George is rich in Native American and pioneer history. Excellent examples of pioneer homes from the 1800's have been well preserved by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. VIsit these historic sites:
• Brigham Young Winter Home
• Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum
• Ivins Native American Petroglyphs
• Jacob Hamblin Home
• LDS Tabernacle LDS Temple
Learn more about St. George history.
#8- Mountain Biking
St. George has developed a stellar reputation as one of the great mountain biking and road cycling destinations of the west. With over 20 established mountain biking trail systems you'll find excellent desert rides, higher mountain rides and excellent slick-rock adventures. Learn more about St. George mountain biking.
#9 - Amusement
You've decided you need a little bit of sheer fun, then check out our amusement page and learn of the activities that await you.
#10- Parks/Paved Trails
St. George city has made a concerted effort to fill the community with parks and paved walking and biking trails. At nearly every turn in the road, you'll find a great park for some soccer, frisbee, a picnic or just some relaxation in the shade. St. George offers over 30 miles of paved walking and biking trails. Some community areas also offer fishing ponds.
Learn more about St. George area parks.
Learn more about community trails or state parks.