St. George gets unbearably hot in the summertime, but kids still need to get outside to play. We have quite a few public parks that […read more]
Scout Cave is just outside Snow Canyon State Park. 4 miles round-trip and just challenging enough for kids. Highlight is the HUGE cave at the end!
Sullivan Soccer Park is more than soccer! Fishing, a playground, splash pad and water feature will keep the kids busy all summer long!
The Chuckwalla Trail is part of the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve. A GREAT trail for kids of all ages with lots of rocks to climb and close to town.
Ivins, Utah is home to some of the most amazing views in St. George. Although it is a smaller town, about 15 minutes outside of […read more]
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]
Temple Quarry Trail | St. George UT | Easy, kid-friendly trail in the heart of St. George. A quick and well-maintained 2.5 miles with lots of rocks to climb and a fun history lesson, too!
Don’t let the rain keep you from having fun! Maybe it’s the pacific northwest blood running through me, but I LOVE the rain. My love […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]