St. George Pioneers built many of the structures in town with sandstone quarried in the local red rock hills. St. George is lucky enough to […read more]
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Cape Disappointment State Park might sound like a sad name, but it does not describe the feelings you’ll have when visiting. We spent 4 days […read more]
Just across the Utah/Arizona border you will find Sparkle Mountain, an old gypsum mine. This is a fun activity for the kids. Be sure to bring buckets and shovels!
The Red Hills Desert Garden is a center to share information about our desert life. The Washington County Habitat Conservation team wanted to build an […read more]
If you are looking for a place to swim AND play, the Washington City Community Center (rec center) is a great place to visit. What […read more]
We visited the Petroglyph Park in Bloomington (area south west of St. George, but still within the city limits) back in 2013. I had never […read more]
St. George Town Square can be found on Main Street here in St. George, UT between St. George Blvd and 100 South. We love Town […read more]