Making the Most of Your St. George UT Vacation

When you are coming to visit and vacation in St. George, UT, I want to help you make the most of your visit so you can get a real feel for living in sunny St. George, UT. Many people come to vacation St George Utah and fall in love with the panoramic views, blue skies, red rocks and balmy climate.  It’s these top features motivate many buyers to take the next step towards calling St George Utah home.

Bed & Breakfasts

Green Gate Village Historic Inn – Stay in the 1862 home owned by early church leader and town founder Orson Pratt, or the 1872 home personally built by early developer, rancher, merchant and town mayor, Thomas Judd. Both homes are on the National Register of Historic Places.

Quicksand and Cactus Bed & Breakfast – The original two-room rock house was built by George Brooks, Sr., during 1877-1878 using chips and irregular rocks from the cleanup of the Tabernacle and Temple yards where he worked as a stone mason. Ten years later a hand-made adobe kitchen was added. The locust tree in the front yard was planted in 1879 honoring the birth of his first son, George, Jr. , and today is on the National Register.

Seven Wives Inn – Seven Wives Inn boasts 13 cozy guest rooms, each with its own unique decoration, private bathroom, telephone, cable television, and some rooms with VCR or DVD players. While the Seven Wives can easily accommodate larger parties, it maintains Seven Wives Inn boasts 13 cozy guest rooms, each with its own unique decoration, private bathroom, telephone, cable television, and some rooms with VCR or DVD players. While the Seven Wives can easily accommodate larger parties, it maintains a quaint and private atmosphere. The high point of any stay at the Inn is the superb breakfast served up fresh every morning from family and regional recipes. Impeccable and friendly service is the standard, your Innkeeper will make every effort to make your stay comfortable and memorable.

Dining in St. George

Click this link Dining in the St. George Area for a list of area restaurants and buffets. You can find just about anything you’re looking for, from casual fine dining to a quick bite late at night.

Popular Senior Activities

Huntsman World Senior Games – The HUNTSMAN WORLD SENIOR GAMES, as it is known today, began in 1987 as the World Senior Games, an international senior sports competition. The Games are open to all men and women 50 years of age or older. The “golden” years are better when physical fitness and good health become a way of life.

St. George Utah Lodging

St. George and Southern Utah Lodging – Looking for a place to stay while you are visiting sunny St. George or anywhere in Southern Utah? Here’s a list of the areas hotels and motels you can use to find the perfect place to lay your head!

St. George Activities and Attractions

Sand Hollow Aquatic Center – This superb facility includes a 25m by 25 yd competition and diving pool and a 5,800 s.f. leisure pool. The leisure pool has a zero depth entry area, interactive children’s water fun toys, a water walk and water slides. Various sprays and moving water provide the ultimate aquatic experience for the entire family.

St George Opera House – This building was the primary location for socials, performances, and dances held on a movable floor. The Opera House was (and still is) the social hub for Washington County and the tri-State area.

St George Recreation Center – It is no coincidence that the St. George Recreation/Fitness Center is located in the center of downtown St. George. Over the past few years, this remodeled facility has become the center of attention for a broad spectrum of family recreation and fitness activities and programs.

St. George Art Museum – The building which is now the St. George Art Museum was originally built in the 1930’s to store beet seed for a sugar beet factory. The Utah-Idaho Sugar Company, after determining that sugar beet seed was a good “cash” crop, built the building in 1934, using it along with the already existing opera house and another building which is now the Social Hall.

St. George UT Travel Guides

St. George Travel Guide – This is a great resource for someone planning to visit or move to the area. It’s full of great and useful information such as restaurants, lodging, maps and even a little history about St. George Utah.

Utah’s Dixie – To begin with, you should know that a one night stay will never been enough time to explore all of the spectacular scenery and fabulous amenities the St. George Utah area has to offer.

Local St. George UT Churches

St. George and surrounding area Churches – There are numerous and diverse denominations represented in the St George area. Listed below you will find information about our churches in the St George area.

World Class Spas

Biggest Loser Resort at Fitness Ridge – The Biggest Loser Resort at Fitness Ridge located just minutes from St. George Utah provides the most affordable, calorie-controlled, structured program in the weight loss resort industry. Selected to be the exclusive weight loss destination to NBC’s television show “The Biggest Loser”, The Resort offers a boot camp style program for men and women of any fitness level. Our program is aligned with The Biggest Loser lifestyle and features incredible hiking, stimulating cardio and stretch classes, delectable spa cuisine, and practical education to help you succeed.

Green Valley Spa and Resort – Green Valley has been described as the “best mid-sized spa in America” (by Spa Finder Magazine), “among the best spas in North America” (by Conde Nast Traveler), and one of the Top-3 spas in the world (by Travel & Leisure).

Red Mountain Spa – This rejuvenating hideaway creates a soothing space where sensuous desert and earth elements are united in relaxation and ritual. Winner of 9 2006 “Spafinder” Readers’ Choice Awards.

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