Known for Hiking, Nature and Sports
St. George lies within the canyons of the Virgin River Gorge, where ribbons of greenery are contrasted against the deep red of Utah’s mountainous desert. The city is located within easy reach of the breathtaking Zion National Park, the Mojave Desert and the Pine Valley, but isn’t just a haven for mesmerizing flora and fauna. St. George is also home to a thriving arts community, fantastic culinary scene and a historic downtown area.
Historically nicknamed Utah’s Dixie, St. George was established in the 1860s when the Mormon Church invited farmers and families from the South to settle around a cotton mission. Explore St. George’s downtown to find traces of the city’s pioneer past amid stately civic buildings and historic landmarks. Head to St. George’s historic courthouse and you will find a visitor information center within the neoclassical building. Find out what’s happening at venues such as the Toucahn Center for the Arts or the city’s local galleries. Check out some of the restaurants around Ancestor Square and sample some of the city’s fine produce or locally brewed ales.
Make the most of the breathtaking landscapes surrounding St. George by going on a trip to Zion National Park. This stunning wilderness reserve features deep valleys that thrive with lush greenery and contrast with the colossal red cliffs of the canyon. Go on a scenic drive through the national park or check out forest trails that follow along the Virgin River. The city of Springdale is also situated within the canyon, where you can visit intriguing artists’ studios and fine-dining restaurants.
Find more places to unwind around St. George. Check out Santa Clara City for great shopping or the City of Ivins for the Toucahn Amphitheater and relaxing spas. St. George also has 12 different golf courses and miles of mountain biking trails to explore.
St. George is located in the southwest corner of Utah. Make the most of the moderate temperatures between April and May or September and November. Drive 90-minutes’ north of Las Vegas or an hour from Cedar City Regional Airport and you’ll reach the city where verdant canyons dimple the red-rock landscapes.
This tour rises to an elevation of about 3500 feet with spectacular views of lakes and different mountain ranges, you’ll climb high enough to reach the MAJOR Sand Dunes and have time to do what we refer to as “SAND BALLET” an experience you will never forget.
TWO BREATHTAKING NATIONAL PARKS IN ONE TOUR! YOU'LL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN! Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon on a day trip from Las Vegas. Enjoy complimentary hotel pick up, smoothie and fruit salad as breakfast and a boxed lunch.
Learn why artists and photographers have flocked to Zion National Park for the last hundred years during a tour of this national gem. Leave the glittering lights of Las Vegas in your rearview mirror and discover a desert paradise during a full-day trip that includes lunch and a mellow hike to Emerald Pools.
Explore the beauty of the Great Basin on this unforgettable safari atop a majestic camel. Pay a visit to a camel ranch for a chance to make friends with one of these fascinating creatures, and then take in panoramic views of the Virgin Mountains as you trek the sprawling desert.