More Things to Do in St. George
Pioneer Park is one of the more popular community parks in the area. It features several hiking trails with lovely views of the downtown area, Zion National Park and Arizona. You can also find a historical pioneer cabin, slot canyons and a route into Red Cliffs Desert Reserve.
Kayenta, a mere half an hour drive from St. George, has much to offer for outdoor adventurers. It features several different trails that are great for walking, hiking and climbing among amazing scenic views. Check out the Kayenta parks by visiting their site.
St. George Children’s Museum
If you’re traveling with family, the Children’s Museum is sure to be a hit with the little ones. With many interactive exhibits, activities and events, there is no shortage of fun at the museum all year round. You can find museum hours and admission prices on their website.
St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site
Another attraction the family might enjoy is the Dinosaur Discovery Site located at Johnson Farm. In addition to dinosaur replicas and restorations, the museum also features a great children’s area with toys, activities and an interactive Dino Park.
Tuacahn Center for the Arts
For theater lovers, Tuacahn is the place to go. The Tuacahn presents high quality theatrical productions against an astoundingly beautiful backdrop of red sandstone cliffs. It truly is an outdoor theater experience like no other. You can check out their current season here.
Coyote Gulch Art Village
Coyote Gulch, located in Kayenta, is home to many stunning galleries and attractions. Take a walk through the Desert Rose Labyrinth, learn about native plants in the Kayenta Arboretum, grab a bite at the Xetava Gardens Cafe, shop for unique works of art at the many varied galleries and even treat yourself to a spa day at Sacred Space Spa.
For even more great St. George attractions, check out the list at Tripadvisor.