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]
Less than a mile to a waterfall and tucked behind the Red Cliffs campground. This is a popular hike in southern Utah and a must visit when hiking with kids.
Sullivan Soccer Park is more than soccer! Fishing, a playground, splash pad and water feature will keep the kids busy all summer long!
Johnson Canyon (aka Johnson Arch) is an easy 2.5 miles trail just outside Snow Canyon State Park. Fee-free with canyons, arches, water and more!
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]
Taylor Creek trail runs along Taylor Creek, which is found in Kolob Canyon (the northwest section of Zion National Park). 5 miles round-trip, moderate hiking level, but worth every step. A fantastic adventure! (Even the 4 year old made it!)
Pine Valley Utah is a short 40+ minute drive from St. George and a complete change of scenery from our typical desert and red rock […read more]
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]
When I first moved to the desert, flash flood danger was new to me. The first time I heard the warning blare through the car […read more]