Zion National Park and St. George Area
Zion National Park is the mother of Utah’s National Parks. By far the most visited and on the top of the list of Utah/s most spectacular parks. Included in this area is southern Utah’s largest city – St. George and the fun sites around St. George that you won’t want to miss.
Zion National Park Enjoy this quick overview of my favorite spots in the canyon. These can be done in a day or less, leaving you plenty of time to visit all the other sites in the canyon you choose to see.
Zion – Kolob Canyons Located just off I-15 between St. George and Cedar City, this portion of Zion gives you a quick glimpse of the spectacular scenery in Zion
St. George Settled by early pioneers, sent to this area by Brigham Young, St. George is a fun stop with lots of interesting sites to visit.
St. George – West Loop Take a few hours and head west of St. George to enjoy Snow Canyon, the Jacob Hamblin Home and the Robert L. Shepherd Arboretum. And if time permits perhaps a drive to the mountain community of Pine Valley.
St. George – East Area Between St. George and Zion are a number of really nice places to visit. The sites include Warner Valley, Silver Reef, Red Cliffs and the Hurricane Valley.
Zion Field Institute This little company works as a teacher to promote southern Utah. Its activities include interpretive material as well as helping to coordinate volunteer projects to improve southern Utah’s trail system.