Assuming that you’re now in the St. George area… regardless of the reason ( golf), there are a couple of additional items that should be high on any visitors “To Do List”.
Also assuming you’ve had your fill of some of the areas many frustratingly fun golf courses … it’s time to take things down a notch. Unwinding and relaxing with your family and friends by spending some quality time with them while exploring one of our major National Parks. Regardless of the intended purpose for your initial visit to the southern Utah area, the fact remains, you’ve just discovered a state where the outdoor activities are seemingly endless. With Zion’s breathtaking vistas and comfortable year-round weather, our state is fast becoming a serious hotspot for those seeking an active lifestyle.
St George Utah delivers a convenient gateway to Zion National Park and provides further evidence of nature’s never-ending beauty. St. George’s close proximity provides easy access to Zion National Park and Arizonans’ North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Making for a stress-free, fun, and informative day trip for everyone.
When the heat of summer is on in southern Utah, bolting up to the Brian Head area, only about 45 minutes north of the St. George area offers some conveniently close relief from the sweltering summertime conditions. Mercifully close to Bryce Canyon National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument these nearby national parks offer a welcome respite to the summer time heat.
While St. George is conveniently close to the first three National Parks mentioned on this list: Zion National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Bryce Canyon National Park. The last three; Grand Canyon North Rim, Lake Powell, and Grand Canyon South Rim, could potentially test the limits of some small kids on a long road trip.
Distance from St George to… Zion National Park – 43 miles, Cedar Breaks National Monument – 80 miles, Bryce Canyon National Park – 128 miles, Grand Canyon North Rim – 145 miles, Lake Powell – 150 miles, Grand Canyon South Rim – 272 miles, Dixie National Forest … varies dependent on road conditions
Regardless of whether you find yourself sightseeing on the vast trails of Zion, or going all John Wesley Powell on the area and exploring the Narrows, gazing at the natural abyss of the Grand Canyon, southern Utah has a lot to offer.
North, South, East, West… it doesn’t really matter which direction you head out from St. George … You’re guaranteed to find adventure!
Regardless of whether or not you’re passionate about the great outdoors, if you’re thinking about relocating to southern Utah, you’ll want to contact one of the qualified realtors at 435 MLS to help set up your automated new listing alert. By simply inputting your specific search criteria, our automated system will bounce your exact criteria off the WCBR (Washington County Board of Realtors) MLS system – then email those results right to you; daily, weekly or monthly. Regardless of whether or not you need my help searching for real estate during your stay in southern Utah… I sincerely hope you find our area inspiring.