St. George Area Attractions

Southern Utah offers "Everything under the Sun" including:

  • Nine national parks
  • Twelve national monuments
  • Six national forests
  • Three national recreation areas
  • Numerous state parks within a day's drive

St. George is the perfect place to plan day trips to surrounding Bryce, Zion, and Grand Canyon National Parks. Add the state parks, ghost towns, canyons, coves, cactus gardens, streams, golf courses, mineral pools, tennis courts, swimming holes, pioneer buildings, horseback riding, cycling, hiking, photo opportunities, performing arts and the Shakespearean Festival, and you will realize that this is a place where the whole family can enjoy themselves.


For more information on all of the local recreation in St. George, Utah please call 1-800-863-1848.

Zion National Park

Like walking into a work of the art, the majesty of Zion National Park is breathtaking. Its striking scenery is not only filled with soaring sandstone peaks and monoliths, it also features rivers, swamps, pine forests, and natural bridges. Zion National Park accommodates both easy trails (some that are wheelchair accessible), as well as more challenging hikes.
Snow Canyon Park

Discover the magnificent beauty of Snow Canyon State Park, less than 3 miles away from The Inn at Entrada. Enjoy hikes surrounded by deep red sandstone cliffs, red or white dunes, retired volcanoes, and jagged black lava beds.

Guided Hikes, Rock Climbing, Rappelling

For rappelling, guided rock climbing, adventure courses, and mountain biking call The Inn at Entrada guest services department at 435-634-7100.

Performing Arts

Tuacahn Amphitheatre

"Broadway in the desert." Towering cliffs encircling the stage create Tuacahn Amphitheater's natural amphitheater where the performances are just as amazing. Tuacahn also offers pre-show entertainment and dutch oven dinners. For tickets call guest services at 435-634-7100.
St. George Musical Theater

Located in what used to be a school in part of historical downtown St. George, Utah the St. George Musical Theater presents fantastic performing arts you don't want to miss. Favorites playing now are "Damn Yankees" and "The Garden". For tickets and information call 435-628-8755.

Utah Shakespearean Festival

The Cedar City Shakespearean Festival is a fun and exciting experience you don't want to skip, call for information today, 1-800-752-9849.


For information about the museums in the area contact the Washington County Museum Association at 1-800-869-6635. Here are some notable museums in the St. George Area:

  • St. George Art Museum and Store 47 E. 200 E. 435-634-5942
  • Daughters of the Utah Pioneers 145 N. 100 E. 435-628-7274
  • St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm 2180 E. Riverside Dr. 435-574-DINO
  • Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum 1835 Convention Center Dr. 435-656-0033