Additional Activities To Enhance Your Stay
For comprehensive guides to area activities, lodging, dining, and maps, please visit http://www.atozion.com/ and www.southernutahadventures.com. During your stay we hope you will take some time to explore! There is something here for everyone. From fine arts to national parks, you will fall in love with this oasis in the desert! For a quick reference guide to the top 10 things to do in St. George, visit www.utah.com/stgeorge/.
Additional Area Links
Dinosaurs, petrified forests, Anasazi ruins and petroglyphs, and pioneer heritage surround you when you visit St. George. Visit the History & Culture page at www.utahstgeorge.com, and Zion Canyon Field Institute at www.zionpark.org. A division of Zion National Park, the institute offers 1, 2, and 3-day classes, providing visitors unique opportunities to investigate the vast natural and cultural resources of the park and its surrounds. Expert instructors in history, science, the humanities, and the arts will emphasize learning through hands on exploration. For a complete list of museums visit the History and Culture page at www.utahstgeorge.com.
Art Tours and Galleries
If you're looking for art, we have plenty of it! For a complete listing of Art Galleries visit http://www.atozion.com/. Be sure to include a visit to Dixie State University Eccles Fine Arts Center (125 South 700 East) for traveling shows (435-652-7500).
Art In Kayenta
14th Annual ART IN KAYENTA FESTIVAL - OCTOBER 11(Fri), 12 (Sat), 13(Sun)
Welcome Huntsman World Senior Games Athletes!
Come and enjoy great art, silent & live auctions, food & refreshments, entertainment, and our towering red rock vistas. Over 50 artists representing jewelry, photography, ceramics, paintings, wood, and textiles will be showcasing their talents in booths. Stroll through the beautiful Coyote Gulch Art Village and enjoy festival art, food & refreshments throughout the festival's three days.
While you're there, stop by our resident art galleries, restaurant and spa; it's all a perfect break from the competition of the Games and we're open on Sunday, October 13.
Oh, and the best part??
The Fall Gallery Walk will be held Friday, October 11, from 6:00-9:00pm. Begin at the St. George Art Museum, then tour the fine art galleries on Main Street, with featured local artists and live musicians in attendance. Pick up a “punch card” at the Art Museum and turn it in at Twenty-Five Main Café by 9:00 pm for the chance to win a piece of original artwork. Detailed information and map can be found at www.StGeorgeArt.com. There is no cost to attend this elegant evening in St. George’s “arts district.” Questions may be directed to the St. George Art Academy at 435-817-7450.
No guide would be complete without a list of restaurants. Remember to use your complimentary dinner ticket (included with your Games ID badge) and the Valu-Book, which also features discounts at participating restaurants. Visit the Area Dining Guide at www.utahstgeorge.com or consult the yellow pages of a local phone book.
For a detailed list of recreation opportunities, visit the Golf page and the Recreation page at www.utahstgeorge.com. Run, bike, hike, spelunk, climb, golf, skydive, and scuba dive your way around this mecca of adventure.
Make a tee time at one of the following excellent Golf Clubs on the Red Rock Golf Trail:
Bloomington, Coral Canyon, Dixie Red Hills, Entrada, Green Spring, Kokopelli, Valderra at The Ledges, Sky Mountain, Sunbrook, Southgate, St. George, and SunRiver.
Visit www.redrockgolftrail.com for an online tour of each course, and details for the course outlines, tee times, and availability.
Parks and Trails
St. George City Parks has an extensive list of available parks and trails perfect for family leisure activities such as hiking, biking, and picnicking. Visit www.sgcity.org/parks for a comprehensive listing of all their facilities.
Utah has one of the most diverse landscapes on Earth. With no fewer that five National Parks, there is more than enough to view, explore and enjoy. For more information visit www.utah.com/nationalparks/ . With Zion's National Park less than an hour away, you'll absolutely want to plan some time to see this real treasure.
Snow Canyon State Park
Navajo sandstone, picturesque vistas, camping and hiking. Snow Canyon State Park has it all and then some. Over 5,700 acres of amazing awaits you. For more information, visit www.utah.com/stateparks/snow_canyon.htm.
St. George Recreation Center
Located in the center of town at 400 East 285 South, the city Recreation Center offers basketball, racquetball, volleyball courts and a weight room at a nominal daily fee. Open from 8 am to 9 pm Monday through Friday, with limited hours on Saturday, the Recreation Center is a great option for youth and adults to sharpen their athletic skills.
Sand Hollow Aquatics Center
Off Sunset Boulevard, at 1144 North Lava Flow Drive (435-634-5938), is a wonderfully wet, aquatics center with waveless indoor pools, outdoor volleyball courts, picnic area, and sunny decks for soaking up those glorious southwest rays. The center is also the home of the Huntsman World Senior Games Swimming and Triathlon competitions.
No visit would be perfect for women without a visit to the spa, whether it be a destination pa or a day spa. Visit the Spas page at www.utahstgeorge.com for a complete listing of world-class spas. Whether your focus is on fitness, spiritual wellness, or weight loss, you'll find an array of health and wellness programs for ultimate relaxation and pampering designed with you in mind.
Theaters and Entertainment
There is so much entertainment to choose from that you may not have time to see it all! A full menu includes Broadway Musicals, Shakespeare, Symphony, and films, many of which are set in outdoor amphitheatres with natural backdrops--southwest sunsets, vermillion cliffs, and extraordinary canyons. Visit www.utahstgeorge.com for a complete listing with all the details for the following entertainment opportunities:
Tuacahn Outdoor Amphitheatre-Ivins, 20 minutes northwest of St. George (1-800-SHOW-UTAH) or visit online at www.tuacahn.org for details.
Utah Shakespearian Festival-Cedar City (45 minutes northeast of St. George on Interstate 15) visit them online at www.bard.org for details.
Zion Canyon Giant Screen Theatre-Springdale, near the south entrance to Zion National Park (1-888-256-3456) or visit www.zioncanyontheatre.com.
Celebrity Concert Series - Dixie State University, Audiences will thrill to some of the finest artists and entertainment available anywhere in the world. From Russian ballet to opera and chamber orchestras, Celebrity Concert Series presents world famous artists from all over the world. Visit www.dixie.edu/concerts/ for details.
Movie Theatres include:
Cinema 6-905 South Main Street, St. George
Coral Cliffs Cinema-850 West State Street, Hurricane
Flood Street Theater-St. George Blvd and 400 East, St. George
Red Cliff Cinemas-Behind Red Cliffs Mall at 1750 E. Redcliffs Drive
Sunset Corner Stadium 8-corner of Sunset Blvd and Bluff Street
Stadium 10, Weststates Theatres Pineview-2376 E. Red Cliffs Drive (on Telegraph Rd. between Red Cliffs Drive and WalMart), St. George
Zion Canyon Giant Screen Theatre-145 Zion Park Blvd, Springdale
All movie theater information, including days and times, is available by calling 435-673-1994.