St. George Travel Guide
Welcome to St. George!
Summers are warm and winters are mild in St. George, Utah, a city established by Mormons during the Civil War. In the last quarter of the 20th century, St. George flourished as a retirement hotspot and transportation gateway for travelers eager to explore Utah's Color Country, the state's southwestern region and a milieu characterized by mighty cliffs, waterfalls and the grandeur of the Grand Canyon's North Rim. With its warm year-round climate and unique geological features—red bluffs to the north, the Mojave Desert to the south, Zion National Park to the east and several mountains visible in the distance—St. George is a magnet for golfers that crave challenging terrain and exceptional scenery. Arts enthusiasts appreciate the $23-million Tuacahn Center for the Arts, which houses a variety of musical dramas and concerts throughout the year.
Hotels & Motels
Located near Zion National Park and St.