Paradise Canyon is located just off the Snow Canyon Parkway on the outskirts of St. George Utah.
The subdivision and its HOA (homeowners Association) dues cover the HOA’s extensive amenities; including three swimming pools, a hot tub, a clubhouse, a beautiful fitness center, front yard maintenance and cable.
This strategically located PUD (planned unit development) is snuggled in between two of Southern Utah’s red rock mesas – providing a critical wind barrier on those blustery days – just off the Snow Canyon Parkway and adjoining the Red Cliffs Desert Tortoise Reserve. Thankfully, because the federal government’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) manages the Tortoise Reserve, the Paradise Canyon subdivision will forever back up to one of southern Utah’s more important nature reserve. The Paradise Canyon subdivision and its neighboring Tortoise Reserve encompass miles of exciting hiking opportunities via their endless and meandering trails.
Within the Reserve are many opportunities to get back in touch with your inner cowboy … in addition to running across the numerous desert tortoises that are known to populate the area. But remember, since both are federally protected entities, it’s considered a serious no-no to tamper with either.
Just below Miller’s spring and the Halfway Wash, Paradise Canyon’s neighboring hiking trails have long been part of the City of St. George’s public access area. The wash has a pedestrian and equestrian trail for public use. The trails lead from Snow Canyon Parkway to the Red Cliffs Desert Tortoise Reserve of BLM.