The Cedar Breaks Wildflower Festival is in St. George, UT every summer. It’s the perfect time of year to see a spectacular display of wildflowers each year as the early bloomers like kittentails, aspen bluebells, cushion phlox and more emerge and peak by mid July. So, come out and join a special guided hike while you learn about the many different wildflowers.

St. George Wildflowers

You can catch the guided hikes two times a day by coming to the Visitor Center in St. George from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. There will be a common wildflower checklist and a “What’s in Bloom” brochure for those who want to go on self guided hikes. You will see an array of wildflowers like Elkweeds, Colorado Columbines, Scarlet Paintbrushes, Little Sunflowers and much more in the forests and meadows.

Family-friendly activities and games will be available on the weekends from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm for everyone to enjoy. There will also be a free photography workshop for amateur photographers. All ages and skill levels are welcome to participate. You can even register to take the journaling and photography classes offered by Zion Canyon Field Institute.

If you want to make the most of your experience, just stop by the visitor center and get up-to-date information, specials, and maps. The Seventh Annual Wildflower Festival in St. George, UT will run through July 22nd.

Erika Rogers – Your Cedar Breaks Wildflower Festival in St. George UT resource for St. George, UT and surrounding communities.

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