There is no better place to play than Washington County, Utah!

There is a reason we attract millions of tourists annually. Whether you are into biking, hiking, boating, swimming, ATV’s, golfing, paddle boarding, photography, theater etc. you will find exactly what you are looking for right here in our backyard!

The St. George area is connected by miles of bike trails. It’s not uncommon to bike to work. There are plenty of opportunities for mountain biking as well if that is your style.

World class hiking can be found just down the street. We have Snow Canyon State Park to the West and Zion National Park to the East. These two parks boast beautiful vistas and hiking trails for all experience levels. You can find plenty of hiking outside of these parks, just head in any direction and you’re sure to encounter a trail….or two…or five!

Our reservoirs are a great place to cool off in the heat of the summer. Sand Hollow and Quail Creek allow for boating, jet skiing, paddle boarding, and swimming. There’s also plenty of beach area where you can catch some rays!

The St. George area is also known for its performing arts. Catching a Broadway show at the Tuacahn Center for the Arts is a must-do! Tuacahn is an outdoor amphitheater located in a beautiful canyon. You will also find top quality talent at Kayenta and a number of community theaters in the area.

The area is also a golfer’s paradise. We feature more than a dozen golf courses all within a half hour of each other! Check out the 27 hole Sunbrook Course, the beauty of Sand Hollow, or Copper Rock, the home of the LPGA Epson Tour. There is no shortage of fun on the golf course!

If food is what you’re after, you are in luck! Our food scene is something to brag about. The St. George area has it all. You’ll find amazing Indian, Thai, sushi, Italian, Mexican, American, desserts, bakeries, mom and pop shops, ice cream, basically anything your heart desires.

There is so much to see and do in the St. George area. To make things easier, here is our list of ten things you shouldn’t leave the area without seeing or doing:

  1. Hike Angels Landing in Zion National Park.
  2. Catch a show at Tuacahn Amphitheater.
  3. Hike Dixie Rock at Pioneer Park.
  4. Visit the Downtown Farmer’s Market on a Saturday Morning.
  5. Paddle Board at Quail Creek or Sand Hollow Reservoir.
  6. Play a round of golf at one of our more than a dozen courses.
  7. Rent an E-bike and explore the trail system.
  8. Hike the Lava Tubes at Snow Canyon State Park.
  9. Rent an ATV and hit some of the off road trails.
  10. Try a local food spot like Farmstead or Cheesecake Culture.