St. George is within a couple of hours’ drive to four National Parks, Bryce Canyon, Zion, Grand Canyon, Kolob Canyon, and Cedar Breaks. It’s also surrounded by countless state parks and nature preserves.
St. George’s main attraction is the wide array of outdoor activities, in one day you can wakeboard on Sand Hollow Reservoir then drive to Brian Head and ski.
St. George touches the border of several beautiful state parks, many of which have been featured in movies, music videos, and television.
Snow Canyon State Park sits on the northern edge of St George, it’s a beautiful little park with plenty of hiking paths, scenic overlooks, and camping.
With 360 days of sunshine, the St. George area is ideal for biking. There are trails for every age level and experience.
For additional maps and information please contact our local bike shops: Red Rock Bicycle Company www.redrockbicycle.com 435-674-3185, or Bicycles Unlimited 435-673-4492; or contact the Bureau of Land Management Information Center at 345 E Riverside Drive 436-688-3246 or Zion Canyon Field Institute at 435-772-3264 or 800-635-3959.
Over 300 days of annual sunshine, mild winter temperatures and optional higher elevation hike/bike/climbs combine to make this region the ultimate experience for recreation. There are walking/biking paths throughout St. George city where you can walk/run/ride in a beautiful scenic area on these connecting trails. St. George and Zion National Park offer perhaps the greatest variety of riding, hiking, and rock climbing opportunities found anywhere in the United States. For personalized guided tours, call the Zion Canyon Field Institute, 435-772-3264. For maps and information, visit the Bureau of Land Management Information Center, 345 E Riverside Drive, in St George, 436-688-3246, or Zion Canyon Field Institute, 435-772-3264 or 800-635-3959.
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