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St George recreation starts with Golf, Hiking, biking, swimming, and camping. However, there are many other reasons to come to St. George and there are many other forms of recreation. We recommend that you look carefully at Zion National Park, Snow Canyon State Park. Below check out the miriad of things that there are to do in St. George and surrounding area. You will find images and information about each place, explanations about how to get to each place and things to do while you are there.

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St. George Recreational Hot Spots

red cliffs recreation spot

Red Cliffs preserve is one of the hottest spots for summer recreation in southern Utah. Individuals from Cedar City to St George attend Red Cliffs preserve on a steady basis throughout the summer months. The beautiful red rocks surround you as you camp, hike or just sit around and take it all in. The area features its main hike up the middle of the canyon, as you pass through the scenery of rock walls and flowing water you will find that it doesn't stop there. You could hike up the canyon for miles and never get enough! With places like this in the area it is hard to pass up the opportunity to come back.

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The Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley, Escalante National Monument, Cedar Breaks Monument, Lake Powell, Las Vegas Nevada, Mesquite Nevada, Brian Head Ski Resort, Coral Pink Sand Dunes, and Pipe Springs National Monument.

Below check out the amazing things that there are to do near St. George and surrounding area. You will find images and information about each place, explanations about how to get to each place or things you can do there.

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Attractions Near St. George, Utah

cedar breaks monument

Cedar Breaks resembles a miniature Bryce Canyon. Visitors say its amazing colors even surpass Bryce Canyon. Anctiently, the natives called Cedar Breaks the 'Circle of Painted Cliffs.' Situated at an elevation of 10,000 feet, Cedar Breaks is shaped like a giant coliseum dropping 2,000 feet to its floor. Millions of years of uplift and erosion have carved this huge amphitheater. Deep inside the coliseum are stone spires, columns, arches, pinnacles, and intricate canyons in varying shades of red, yellow and purple. The bristlecone pine, one of the world's oldest trees, grows in the area and can be found along the Spectra Point Trail. During the summer months, the wildflower display is spectacular.

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