Things to Do in St. George

St. George Utah Temple

Occupying a complete city block, this impressive and imposing building is a must-see in St. George.

Pioneer Park

Perched high above downtown St. George, Pioneer Park is a wonderful place to spend an afternoon

 Hiking Trails

Most visitors to St. George only think about nearby Zion National Park when it comes to hiking, but in and around St. George, you can find all kinds of great hiking trails.

Sand Hollow State Park

Sand Hollow State Park, encompassing the Sand Hollow Reservoir, is one of the largest and most popular state parks in Utah.

Brigham Young Winter House

The Brigham Young Winter House is a perfectly preserved home used from 1873 to 1876 by the President of the Mormon Church

St. George Children's Museum

The Children's Museum is housed in a historic building near downtown St. George

 Town Square Park

If you are traveling with young children and are looking for a fun, free way to pass an afternoon, Town Square Park is just the spot

Red Hills Desert Garden

Red Hills Desert Garden is a spectacular garden showcasing the flora of the surrounding countryside

 Kayenta Art Village

A short drive from St. George will bring you to the scattering of homes in Kayenta and the Kayenta Art Village

Little Black Mountain Petroglyphs

If you are up for an outing into the desert, the Little Black Mountain Petroglyphs offers an interesting and fun destination

St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm

Dinosaurs once roamed this area of Utah and at the Dinosaur Discovery Site, you can see exactly where they walked