Quail Creek is a scenic park in the St George area. It is a great place to boat, camp and fish. Because the weather is mild here, the park is popular year-round. Located just south of I-15, about 13 miles NE of St George. About 293 miles south of Salt Lake City. From I-15, take the Hurricane exit (Exit 16). Travel east on Hwy 9, drive for about three miles toward Hurricane City to the second light, turn left . The entrance is on the right side of the road. Look for the flag pole.
The Red Cliff Gallery features artist members of the non-profit organization, the Southern Utah Art Guild.
Roland Lee has become nationally known for his transparent watercolors of the southwest landscape, the pioneer west, and rural European scenes. A signature member of the National Watercolor Society, he devotes full-time to painting from his studio in the historic district of St. George, Utah.
Ron Woodbury Studios offers a variety of abstract art created in acrylic and mixed media.
With over 300 animals on display you will traverse the wildlife habitat of the Savannahs of Africa, the forests and jungles of South America, under the mountains and through the nocturnal scene of Asia and into North America. This 33,000 square feet of all-natural habitat is unparalleled in its scope.
The Santa Clara History Museum is located in the basement of the Santa Clara Town Hall. It houses artifacts from its beginnings through the 1970s.
Red rock and red sand meet warm, blue water at this state park, which is one of the most popular in Utah. ATV trails run over sand dune access to Sand Mountain in the park, and additional trails are located nearby. This is a great place to camp, picnic, boat, fish and ride ATVs.
Sandra is a weaver doing her own works. She also facilitates the St. George Weaving Studio where weavers from throughout the area come to create their own projects, work on specific styles, techniques or ideas in a creative teaching environment.
“Mother Nature is the true artist. All I can do is capture Her beauty with my camera in person and in my studio.”
Silver Reef was a mining boom town in the late 1800's with the discovery of silver in sandstone- a geological rarity. The area is now a Wild West Ghost Town located in a stunning geological setting.
Snow Canyon State Park is a state park of Utah, USA, featuring a canyon carved from the red and white Navajo sandstone in the Red Mountains. The park is located near Ivins, Utah and St. George in Washington County
The Southern Utah Art Guild (SUAG) is a non-profit that promotes the growth and development of the visual arts throughout Southern Utah by providing opportunities, education, and support for members including individuals, patrons, and organizations.
The leading Museum in the St. George area features fine exhibits of many cultures and times, as well as the work of local and regional artists.
The St. George Children’s Museum encourages its guests to touch, feel, play, and explore in our twelve exhibit rooms. The rooms are designed to encourage interaction between children and adults. Minds both young and old will discover a world of imagination as they play and interact with the exhibits. It is the Museum’s goal to offer and provide educational opportunities for all children and adults to learn and grow.