St. George Utah Itinerary

Four Night / Five Day

Day 1:
The hiking opportunity in the St. George area is amazing. Snow Canyon State Park is close by and offers some world class views of the red rock cliffs and canyons. One could enjoy rock climbing in the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve, where there are routes for all skill levels, mountain biking, and hiking. 

Day 2:
Go mountain biking where you can ride through the scenic desert landscape on any one of over 60 mountain bike trails. Visit the St. George Art Museum to learn about the history and culture of the area, and enjoy the local art scene. 

Day 3:
Take a trip to Zion National Park to hike through the stunning canyons and see spring-time or rainy-day
waterfalls. Go shopping at the St. George Town Square, where you can find a variety of local stores and boutiques. 

Day 4:
Go golfing at anyone of 12 local golf courses or even top golf. St. George is surrounded by stunning red rock views and any location will be beautiful. Visit the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm to learn about the ancient creatures that once lived in the area.

Day 5:
Spend the day at Quail Creek State Park, or Sand Hollow State Park, where you can go boating, swimming, standup paddle boarding, kayaking or fishing on the water. During spring run-off take a trip to the Gunlock State Park to see the stunning waterfalls and go for a swim. 

Food options in St. George are plentiful. Some St. George highlights include Cliffside Restaurant, Red Fort Indian Cuisine, and a large variety of other fine dining and fast casual option.