Zion National Park
Experience Utah’s first National Park. Gaze up at massive sandstone cliffs of cream, pink, and red that soar into a brilliant blue sky and experience wilderness in a narrow slot canyon. Zion’s unique array of plants and animals will enchant you as you absorb the rich history of the past and enjoy the excitement of present-day adventures.
Sand Hollow Reservoir/State Park
With its warm, blue waters and red sandstone landscape, one of Utah’s newer state parks is also one of its most popular. Boat, fish, and dive at Sand Hollow Reservoir, explore and ride the dunes of Sand Mountain on an off-highway vehicle, then RV or tent camp in a campground or the beach.
Quail Creek Reservoir/State ParkBoasting some of the warmest waters in the state and a mild winter climate, Quail Creek lures boaters and anglers year-round. Camp. Hike. Explore. Home to St. George Aqua Adventures, this waterpark offers a fun and refreshing experience for visitors of all ages.
Gunlock State ParkBoat, fish, and swim on the tranquil waters at Gunlock Reservoir, or enjoy an afternoon picnic on the beach. Warm waters during summer and a mild winter climate make the park a year-round destination. Lucky visitors may see Gunlock Falls running, which happens when the reservoir reaches capacity.
Snow Canyon State ParkExplore the trails and dunes of beautiful Snow Canyon on foot, bike, and horseback. Camp in the peaceful campground surrounded by ancient lava flows and red Navajo sandstone. Discover the secrets of the desert landscape through seasonal nature programs.
Red Cliffs National Conservation AreaThe Red Cliffs National Conservation Area comprises 45,600 acres of ecological diverse landscapes located at the convergence of the Mojave Desert, Colorado Plateau and Great Basin physiographic regions. More than 130 miles of designated hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails are available for public use.
Toquerville FallsToquerville Falls is an oasis in the desert that is best found by truck, SUV, or ATV. The road is rough, but worth the trip. The views are spectacular and the waterfalls are great to look at and play in. The area is clean and great for families and can also be reached by hike (about 11 miles round trip).
Red Hills Desert GardenRed Hills Desert Garden is Utah’s first desert conservation garden. The nearly 5-acre garden features 5,000 water-efficient plants, a 1,150-foot stream stocked with native and endangered fish species, a replica slot canyon and prehistoric dinosaur tracks found onsite dating back 200 million years.
Pioneer Park/Dixie RockThis 52 acre rustic community park is a rock climber's paradise. From Dixie Rock, also known as the Sugarloaf, spectacular views of downtown, White Dome, Zion National Park and Arizona can be seen. This park has a large trellis pavilion, several small picnic areas and a separate fire pit with an amphitheater.
Mountain Bike TrailsMountain biking in St. George is pretty dreamy. With year round access and diverse trails, riders take in spectacular views of sandstone cliffs and desert sky. Tons of places claim they are "Utah's best kept secret" but when it comes to mountain biking, St. George literally is.
Park/Trail/Bike MapCheck out this comprehensive list of parks, trails, and biking routes throughout St. George. The City's trail system is composed of both paved and natural surface trails, accommodating a wide range of users. Pedestrians, bicyclists, and skaters can all be safely accommodated when simple trail etiquette guidelines are followed.
Golf in St GeorgeMark our words: No other golf experience in the world pairs manicured greens with red rock cliffs, black lava fields or coral pink sand dunes. Welcome to 250+ days of sun-filled golf life in Greater Zion. Whether you opt for the lux golf life or no-frills simplicity, these fan favorites deliver epic views and one-of-a-kind course designs.
Staheli Family FarmsThe Staheli Farm isn’t just a place where cows live or simply a place where food grows, it’s a place where real life happens. Come experience the Farm to connect with nature, breathe in the fresh country air, and smell the fresh cut hay. Staheli Farms is a Farm for all seasons, come check out what they have to offer!
Stucki Farms Mini GolfOut at The Resort at Stucki Farms there is a miniature golf course that is unlike any other mini golf experience in Southern Utah. It is built with artificial grass and has no borders. It is an 18-hole golf course and is designed not only for the family fun but for professional mini golf tournaments as well.
Community PoolsIf you are looking for a place to cool down during the summer heat, check out one of the many community pools that Washington County has to offer.
Arts & Tourism
Coyote Gulch Art VillageThe heart of the Kayenta Community in Ivins, Utah, Kayenta Art Village is a growing enclave of art galleries, studios, theatre, art festival, restaurant, gift and coffee shop. An arts center, a retail center, or just a place to relax and explore, the Kayenta Art Village is open to the public and everyone is welcome.
Western Sky Aviation MuseumThe Western Sky Aviation Warbird Museum is an independently operated non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, restoring and displaying aircraft for the educational benefit of current and future generations. The museum is committed to the education of aviation, Warbird history and heritage.
McQuarrie Memorial MuseumThrough the generous donation of Hortense McQuarrie Odlum, the McQuarrie Memorial Museum was built in 1938 (AKA Pioneer Museum in St George). Hortense, along with the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, directed the Museum to be built to house pioneer artifacts, photos and histories of those who came to settle Washington County.
Sears Art MuseumLocated in the Dolores Doré Eccles Fine Arts Center on the Utah Tech University campus, the Sears Art Museum features six exhibits each year, offering a variety of art styles from traditional to contemporary for the enjoyment and education of Utah Tech University students and the community.
St George Art MuseumThe mission of the St. George Art Museum is to educate all visitors through quality exhibitions from all periods, cultures and media, as well as to collect, conserve, inventory, exhibit and interpret art and artifacts from Utah and the Western region of the United States. It is the leading Museum in the St. George area.
Tuacahn Center for the ArtsTuacahn edifies and inspires the human spirit through professional world class family entertainment and an unparalleled artistic and educational experience that matches the majesty of our canyon. From plays to concerts to the Saturday Market, Tuacahn has something for everyone.
Dinosaur Discovery SiteAt the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm, you’ll enter a 200 million-year-old ecosystem that was once home to dinosaurs, fishes, plants, and more. Besides the actual fossils, you won’t want to miss the five life-sized models of prehistoric animals and the working fossil preparation lab.
Children's MuseumThe St. George Children’s Museum encourages guests to play and explore throughout the 12 exhibit rooms. The rooms are designed to encourage interaction between children and adults, as both will discover a world of imagination as they play and interact with the exhibits, learn and create memories.
City of St. George Events CalendarWant to know what's going on in town? Don't want to miss an important communitee event? Check out the St. George community event calendar, for all things going on in St. George! Residents may add events, and use this calendar to reserve park space or pavillions for private use.
Utah Tech Sporting EventsUtah Tech currently sponsors 15 intercollegiate athletic programs, including six men's sports (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, and soccer). Check out the Utah Tech Sporting Events Calendar to support our local student athletes. Go Trailblazers!
Downtown Farmers MarketThe Downtown Farmers Market has served the community for over 15 years. This event was formed to promote the downtown area, bring the community together, and above all, praise all that is local. Every member of the community is welcome, including our furry friends!
Greater Zion Upcoming Events CalendarThere is never a dull moment in the Greater Zion area. We boast year-round entertainment in a variety of stunning venues. This Event Calendar will help you find live theater, exhibits, festivals, and concerts to make your adventures even greater. Events you'd like featured may also be submitted on this site.