Things To Do in St. George

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Saint George Temple

The Saint George Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is located on 250 East 400 South.  Visitors can enjoy a nice walk around the temple grounds or visit the adjacent visitor's center which offers videos, brochures and tours.  For more information call (435) 673-3533.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park offers a  229 square miles of spectacular cliff-and-canyon landscape and wilderness.  Visitors can see the world's largest arch - Kolob Arch - with a span measuring 310 feet. Wildlife such as mule deer, golden eagles, and mountain lions, also inhabit the Park.

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Arts and Entertainment Museums

- Tuacahn is a 1500-foot spectacular red rock cliff Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts featuring Theatrical and Musical performances.  St. George, (800) 746-9882.

Utah Shakespearean Festival - Founded in 1961 as a destination theatre in partnership with Southern Utah University, the Utah Shakespearean Festival is committed to entertain, enrich, and educate audiences through professional rotating repertory production of Shakespeare and other master dramatists.  Cedar City, (435) 586-7878.

Zion Canyon Giant Screen Theatre - Located adjacent to Zion National Park, and the beautiful Virgin River in Springdale, Utah the Theatre Center features a six-story giant screen, The Theatre Deli, Water Wind and Time bookstore, two gift shops, Toaquim's Village and Gifts Limited.


Golf Courses

Dixie Red Hills
- 1250 N 645 West, St. George.  (435) 634-5852.  9/32.

Entrada - 2511 W Entrada Trail, St. George.  (435) 674-7500.  18/72.

Southgate - 1975 Tonaquint Dr, St. George.  (435) 628-0000.  18/70.

St. George Golf Club - 2190 S 1400 East, St. George.  (435) 634-5854.  18/73.

Sunbrook - 2366 Sunbrook Dr, St. George.  (435) 634-5866.  27 / 72-36.

Twin Lakes - 660 N Twin Lakes, St. George.  (435) 673-4441.  9/27.

Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum - Rosenbruch World Wildlife Museum is a new world class facility of over 35,000 sq. ft. allowing visitors to experience over 300 species of wildlife throughout the world in their natural habitat. Nearly a quarter mile of mountain pathway (suitable for handicap access) winds its way through the plains of Africa, the forests of North America, and the mountains of Asia.

St. George Art Museum - The museum houses a permanent collection of fine art, consisting of paintings, sculpture, ceramics, prints, drawings, and photographs. In all, the collection numbers more than 340 items. Among the works are items by well-known southwest artists like Maynard Dixon. The museum continues to acquire fine works by artists from Utah and the Southwest.

Outdoor Recreation

Cedar Breaks National Park - Cedar Breaks located near Cedar City is an enormous amphitheater which spans  three miles, and is over 2,000 feet deep.  Visitors can enjoy pine, spruce and aspen trees as well as colorful wildflowers that abound throughout the park.  Activities include hiking, backpacking,  picnicking, camping and sight seeing.

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area - Glen Canyon National Recreation Area consists of one of the Nation's largest canyon country.  Lake Powell stretches 186 miles and provides over 1,900 miles of shoreline.  Visitors can enjoy some of the Nation's best fishing, hiking, boating, water sports, camping and other outdoor recreation.

Snow Canyon State Park - Red Navajo sandstone, capped by an overlay of black lava rock, makes photography, hiking, biking and camping in Snow Canyon a double treat.


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