St. George is the largest city in Washington County and the eighth-largest city in Utah. Its metropolitan area is home to nearly 120,000 residents. It has consistently ranked as one of the fastest growing areas in the nation for the last two decades. St. George has become a popular retirement destination as well a respite […]
Pioneer Park is a great place if you like hiking trails and climbing on huge rocks. Amazing views of the sunset and the city.
St. George Dining guide. This Dining Guide offers a searchable database that allows you to search for a restaurant by cuisine types
St. George is located in one of the most diverse and beautiful places on earth. 30 miles to the north is Pine Valley Mt. covered with tall Pines and snow in the winter. 100 miles to the south is Las Vegas Nevada. Zion National park, Brian Head ski resort, Bryce Canyon and the Grand Canyon […]
The Mojave Desert occupies a significant portion of Southern California and parts of Utah, Nevada, and Arizona. Named after the Mohave Native Americans it occupies roughly 54,000 square miles in a typical Basin and Range topography.
The Virgin River Anasazi were St. George’s earliest residents, inhabiting the area from approximately 200 B.C. to 1200 A.D. They left behind rock art and ruins of their dwellings. The reason for their departure is unknown…
Looking out towards the west of Ivins, UT, is a mature California Fan Palm growing by its self in the red desert. It looks amazing in the winter when the tall red rocks get a light covering of snow. The palm is located in the micro climate known as Utah’s Dixie. Look for the palm […]