When visiting the City of St. George, Utah, you should be well informed of all the wonderful things to see and do in the city so you can get the most from your visit. Centrally located in some of the country’s finest scenery, St. George real estate has quickly become a winter haven for snowbirds and retirees. It has also become the key gateway to the greatest concentration of national parks and natural wonders on earth.
St. George is within easy driving distance from world-renowned destinations such as the Grand Canyon, Bryce and Zion National Parks as well as several state parks and National Monuments.
You’ll find that St. George is a historical gold mine full of 19th century homes, old roads that lead to fascinating ghost towns, historic buildings and prehistoric dinosaur footprints. There are also interesting historic Mormon sites that can be found throughout the City of St. George.
There are also a walking tour available for visitors. It takes you through the historic district while describing the homes, schools, public buildings and shops which have been part of St. George since the earliest settlement.
Most important, St. George has become an excellent place to relax and enjoy year-round leisure. The area is a recreation mecca with 11 golf courses, tennis, hiking, biking and more. There are dozens of communities for retirees, vacationers, and snowbirds. There are also plenty of residential areas, organized communities and recreational facilities.
St. George is a great place to discover how the sun can shine everyday of the year for everyone to enjoy. It’s “Utah’s Hot Spot”.