St. George, Utah has been the vacation destination of choice for many Northern Utah visitors for years. Because of its warm climate, beautiful scenery, and close access to state and national parks, St. George is now becoming a popular vacation destination for many travelers nationwide and worldwide. Located 2,800 feet above sea level, St. George is surrounded by a collage of colorful scenery. The blue mountains, red sandstone, and black lava hills encompass the skyline.
St. George, Utah is located just 120 miles north of Las Vegas in the southwestern corner of Utah. Southern Utah’s average annual temperature is 61 degrees. The mild winter temperature and beautiful landscape make St. George a popular year-round golf destination. Per capita, Southern Utah offers more golf courses than any other location in the desert southwest. Along with 4 championship course, the St. George area has a total of 11 public golf courses within 15 miles.
St. George is not only known for its weather and golf but also embraces the arts at the Tuacahn
Amphitheatre. Hundreds of thousands have attended the Broadway style musical productions over the years.
Snow Canyon State Park is literally 10 minutes away and is a haven for walking, biking, hiking or
picnicking. Zion National Park is visited by people from around the world and is just 45 minutes from