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Ten Things To Do

10. Historical Sites

St George is known for it's historical richness dating back to 1857 in some areas. Head over to the Mountain Meadows Site to learn more about the tragic fate of a group of immigrants. Or maybe you want to head on over to the Jacob Hamblin home, A well known Mormon Pioneer who made friends with the local Nate American Indians. You could also take a gander at the LDS temple completed in 1893. There are a couple of ghost towns To check out which are within an hour or less driving distance of st George. There are quite a few more historical sites to be explored, go to our Historical page for more information and locations for your convenance.
Historical Page

9. Rock Climbing

Love the rush of adrenaline and the thrill of testing your physical limits? St George has quite a few places to offer an awesome experience. Whether you are a novice or an expert there are walls for all skill levels. check out the locations around St George.
Rock Climbing Routes

8. Museums

Tired of getting all your information solely from the internet? Then do it the old fashioned way by checking out the many museums around St. George. From Dinosaur museums to Art museums we got it all, there is even a children's museum for the little ones.

7. Hiking & Mountain biking

There is honestly nothing more grounding then spending the day out in nature. Whether you like the leisurely pace of hiking or the challenging experience of a mountain bike trail, you are sure to have a good time on our desert trails. The best part? There are a ton of free areas to explore. Just park your car and away you go. Do not forget that st George is a desert though. Bring a pack of supplies with plenty of water and snacks. We have a small guide on how to hike safely for those not familiar with our area. For the list and directions of hiking/biking trails around town go here.
Hiking Trails

6. Lakes

If you've ever been to St George you know how hot it can get. Lucky for us, we have a ton of lakes and reservoirs within reach. Sand hallow being the closest and warmest of the waters. There are beaches perfect for a day long family outing, lots of rock jumping areas, and room for boating activities. Check out of full list of lakes close to the st George area.
Lakes Close to St George

5. Horseback Riding

Love horses? So does st George. We have a lot of trails suited for horseback riding and exploration. Check out the full list of horseback trails around the area.
Equestrian Hiking Trails

4. Snow Canyon Park

Snow Canyon National Park is 7400 acres of pure majesty. The differing colors of the sandstone and lava rock can leave you awestruck. With 38 miles of hiking trails, and a three-mile paved walking/biking trail, there is plenty of exploration for you and your loved ones to enjoy. If you are lucky you may end up seeing the endangered desert tortoise which even locals have trouble finding. Having a rich history of the anasazi Indians and Mormon pioneers passing through, who knows what you will find. Find the directions and entrance fees here.
Snow Canyon National Park

3. Golfing

To say St George is a golfing city would be an understatement. With over 12 golf courses all within a 30 minute drive or less of the St George area, You'll have trouble picking your own favorites. Here's a full list of golf courses here.
Golf Courses

2. Racing Events

St George is known for its racing and marathon events. It's honestly hard to keep up with how many events we have going on now a days. Whether you just want to do a quick 5k fun run or want to push yourself to your limits in the Ironman event, we have constant events going. See a full list of the current years race and marathon events here.
Race and Marathon Events

1. Zions national park

It's obvious why this is the number one pick for things to do on our list. Zions national park brings people from all over the world to see the amazing sites this park has to offer. Starting with the fact that you don't need to try and drive your car to find specific trails, Zions National Park has a bus system taking you directly to some of the best hiking spots you can go to. Some are well known hikes such as Angels Landing, and others are hidden gems. Check out our more detailed guide on Zions National Park here.
Zion National Park