Want things to see and do in St. George, Utah? Below is a list of the top 10 things to see and do in St. George, UT. Each one is family friendly and even great for bringing friends along.
Zion National Park
St. George is the gateway to Zion National Park and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Taking the family on a day trip to enjoy the great outdoors is easy and fun within minutes.
St. George Golf Courses
You will find some of the best golf courses in the southwest right here in St. George, UT. The city is known as Utah’s golf capital. Each course is unique and has the well-known red canyon backdrop.
Utah State Parks
There are several popular state parks located in the St. George area. You will find parks like Snow Canyon, Sand Hollow, Gunlock State Park and Quail Creek. Each park offers an array of recreational opportunities.
St. George Events
People come from all around to participate in St. George’s popular annual events, including the Parade of Homes, the Winter Bird Festival, Pioneer Days, Ford Ironman, and many more.
The “Canyon of the Gods” is the Tuacahn Amphitheater and Center for the Arts. This spectacular creation sits in the shadow of 1500-foot stunning red rock cliffs. Broadway comes to the desert at the Tuacahn Theater.
Johnson Farm is the Dinosaur Discovery Site that displays many of the oldest and best preserved tracks in the world. Since February 2000 when the tracks were fist discovered, the farm has become quite an attraction. So far, over 3,500 tracks have been found on the ten-acre land. You will also find 1 of only 5 sitting dinosaur impressions in the world at the onsite museum.
St. George Spas
No one would expect to find anything less than quality spas and resorts in the outdoor mecca of St. George. Try out the Desert Cliffs or Green Valley Spa and Resort for starters.
Pine Valley Mountains
Located just north of I-15 you will discover the high forested area of the Pine Valley Mountains. The highest point is located at Signal Peak at 10,325 feet. It’s a great place for camping, hiking, fishing, backpacking, and hunting.
St. George Historic Sites
St George LDS Temple
Location: 250 East 400 South, St George
St George LDS Tabernacle
Location: 18 South Main Street, St George
Brigham Young Winter Home
Location: 200 North and 100 West, St George
Jacob Hamblin Home
Location: Corner of Santa Clara Blvd and Hamblin Drive, Santa Clara
Located in the heart of downtown St George, you will find historic shops and buildings that have been restored in what is now called Ancestor Square.
Mountain Meadows Site
Location: Along Hwy 18 about 5 miles south of the community of Enterprise, north of St George.
Grafton Ghost Town
Get your cameras read for this partially preserved ghost town located just outside of Zion National Park.
Silver Reef Ghost Town
Rich veins of silver were discovered in the hills north of what is now the town of Leeds, along I-15 about 15 miles NE of St George.
Biking St. George, UT
There is an abundant amount of bike trials for the beginner, average or seasoned bikers. No matter what time of year, St. George biking trails are always pleasant.
Originally posted at: http://livinginstgeorge.com/2012/06/20/top-10-st-george-ut/