Adventures All Around in Southern Utah
Satisfy your need for an active lifestyle with hiking, swimming, mountain biking, and golf, while exploring the natural wonders all around you.
Red Cliffs Natural Conservation Area
Just north of St George, the famed Red Cliffs are visible from your RV site. Hike, bike, or ride horses through stunning scenery that changes with the seasons.
Snow Canyon State Park
Located within the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve, Snow Canyon State Park features more than 38 miles of hiking trails among the ancient lava flows in a strikingly colorful and fragile desert environment.
Adjacent to Snow Canyon State Park, the Tuacahn Center for the Arts features live music concerts and Broadway shows in its outdoor Amphitheatre.
Zion National Park
Steep canyon walls line the banks of the Virgin River, its waterfalls, deep chasms, and Hanging Gardens. Eagles nest in the towering cliffs above. There are no words to describe the wild beauty of Utah’s first national park. You have to see it for yourself.
See the crimson-colored ‘hoodoos’ – breath-taking spiral rock formations that defy description, yet somehow seem like ancient temples.
Arches National Park
A red rock landscape of contrasting colors, land forms, and textures unlike any other in the world. The park has over 2,000 natural stone arches and hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive rock fins, and giant balanced rocks.
Just about 2.5 hours south of here is the most incredible landscape on earth – the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. You’ll never forget it!
Sand Hollow State Park
Boat, fish, and dive in the blue waters of Sand Hollow Reservoir. Explore Sand Mountain and ride the dunes on an ATV.
Quail Creek State Park
With naturally warm waters and a mild climate, the Quail Creek Reservoir attracts boaters and anglers year round. Rent a boat and fish for rainbow trout, bullhead catfish, and crappie.
Green Spring Golf Course
Southern Utah is a golfer’s paradise! Green Spring Public GC is right here in Washington, offering one of the more challenging courses in Southern Utah with lots of variety and some difficult holes. Discover ALL the golf in Southern Utah.
Visit Historic St. George
History and nature converge in nearby St. George. Just about 5 miles south of Settlers Point, you can visit Brigham Young’s Winter Home, the St. George Temple of the Latter Day Saints, Navajo sandstone formations, and dinosaur footprints.
Plus! Lots of museums, shopping, dining, and healthcare in St. George. And with more than 300 sunny days every year, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy them all.
Events in Southern Utah
Never a dull moment in Washington, St George, and the Greater Zion area. Music, farm markets, stage shows, festivals, monster truck rallies, and much more. Check the Events Calendar to get the scoop every day of the year.
Pioneer heritage meets American classics, Mexican cuisine, and foods from around the world in southwestern Utah. Let the famous Fodor’s Guide help you decide.