Welcome to Ivins Utah

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Located at the base of Red Mountain, Ivins Utah is conveniently located next to St George but far away from the hustle and bustle.  You will find Ivins an outstanding place to live, with many activities at your fingertips. Partake of nature at it’s best, being surrounded by the famous red rocks of Ivins as you relax at one of its spas, hike or bike in the beauty of Snow Canyon State Park, enjoy a round of golf at a nearby world-class course, or meander through the art gallery at Kayenta, a 2,000 acre master-planned community.

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About Ivins

The city of Ivins is located in southwestern Utah within the borders of Washington County. Ivins is a bedroom/suburb community of the city of St. George. Residents love Ivins because it is a family-friendly community with many things to do just 9 miles from the larger city of St. George.

Ivins HistoryIvins History

Ivins has a rich history beginning with the Paiute people, today the Shivwits Band of Paiutes reservation is just west of the city. Ivins was also inhabited by Mormon settlers in its first days. The city began when several men fulfilled a dream to bring water to the Santa Clara bench. The work was completed in 1914 and the Ivins Reservoir was built to store the water and finished in 1918. The families that were sent and agreed to set up the water system and town decided they wanted the town to be renamed Ivins after Mormon Apostle Anthony W. Ivins instead of continuing to call it Santa Clara Bench.

Today Ivins is continuing to grow especially in the last few recent years. As of 2018, the estimated population of Ivins was about 8,913. It is no longer a sleepy farming community but is blossoming into a bedroom community of St. George as well as a resort town because of its surrounding natural beauty and abundant outdoor recreational activities.

Things to do

Some of the most popular things to do in and near Ivins include the Kayenta Desert Community, Red Mountain, Movara Resort, Anasazi Valley Trailhead and Red Cliffs Reserve, and Snow Canyon State Park.

  • Kayenta Desert Community: home of the Coyote Gulch Art Village and has a labyrinth art piece made of small stones called the Desert Rose.
  • Movara Resort: was previously the Biggest Loser Ranch from the popular television show, it is now a famous world-class spa
  • Red Cliffs Desert Reserve: is protected land in a valley and home to Anasazi petroglyphs
  • Tuacahn Center for the Arts: a scenic outdoor amphitheater that hosts live entertainment
  • Snow Canyon State Park: home to breathtaking dunes and cliffs that draw visitors
  • Red Mountain: perhaps the icon signature of Ivins. This mountain is not only well seen from the town, it is also home to the world-class Red Mountain Resort and a series of famous scenic hiking trails.

Homes in Ivins

There are a good amount of homes for sale in Ivins and a nice variety of home styles from traditional single-family homes with traditional architecture to modern style homes and unique sprawling estates on larger lots of land. Buyers can choose from re-sale homes and brand new construction neighborhoods. There are also lots for sale to build your dream home. Home prices range from around $250,000 to $1.9 million.

Ivin Schools

From pre-schools to adult education, Ivins has some top-rated schools in our area. Learn more about the Washington County School District.

Ivins City Website

Washington has its own government, parks and recreation, sports and volunteer programs. Check out more about the city here.

Ivins Parks and Rec

A thriving sports and recreation department, Ivins offers camps, programs, and parks.

Ivins Utilities

From setting up water and electricity to building permits and animal shelters, here’s what you need to know about city services.

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