Known for its mild weather and gorgeous scenery, St. George is the perfect vacation destination. St. George has a rich history, a vibrant downtown, and is in close proximity to national parks and majestic deserts. It's becoming well-known for hosting sporting events, like the St. George Marathon. Recently, St. George has been attracting artists, and the local art scene is taking off. There is also a well-known outdoor theater that produces Broadway shows. St. George hosts many local events throughout the year.
Whether you're an athlete, artist, sportsman, or shopper, there's something exciting to be found in St. George
Zion is an easy day trip away and it is one of the most beautiful areas in the country.
A warm-water reservoir that offers sandy beaches, red rock scenery, ATV trails, and boating.
This scenic park offers fishing, boating, and camping.
We highly recommend this ATV tour. We have taken the tour ourselves and loved it.
Our local outfitter has generously offered our hotel guests an incredible deal for the remainder of this year. They have a buy one get one program through the 2020 calendar year. Purchases can be used until June of 2021 but must be completed by Dec 31 2020 to be valid. Please call or email Grand Circle Tours at 928 691 0166 or email@example.com for more information.
Small, outdoor theater presents Broadway shows.
One of the top ten best sites in the world for dinosaur tracks.
One of the best collections of animals in the world, with 300 species.
Permanent plus a rotating exhibit of fine art.
List of galleries in St. George, the new fine art center of Utah.
Southern Utah's only indoor trampoline park.
Finished by Mormon pioneers in 1877, visitors can tour the grounds and visitors center.
250 E 400 S, St George, UT 84770
Completed in 1873, the Mormon leader Brigham Young's winter home is open for tours.
67 W 200 N, St. George, UT 84770
In downtown St. George, collection of historic shops and buildings.
Great place to take photos, this ghost town has been featured in several films.