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  • Zion National Park , Springdale
  • National Park
  • 435-772-3256

Zion National Park is awe inspiring. Massive cliff walls tower majestically a half mile above the green canyon floor. A river tumbles easily beneath cottonwoods and wooded trails wind about the canyon and up its walls to small pools and springs. Whether you hike its miles of trails or simply drive its easy drives you can not help but be moved by Zion's beauty.

  • 67 West 200 North, St. George
  • Historical Site, Monument-Building
  • 435-673-2517

The winter home of Mormon leader Brigham Young sits on a pretty tree-lined street near the center of town.

  • PO Box 140, Santa Clara
  • State Parks
  • 435-628-2255

Gunlock Reservoir (240 acres) is situated among small hills and moderate vegetation. Gunlock State Park on its southern shore has a boat ramp and a primitive campground with vault toilets. The reservoir yields bass and crappie.

  • 225 North Bluff Street, St. George
  • 435-688-3246

This site is a Joshua Tree forest noted for its high number of trees. This area really allows people to get up close and personal with the strange, Dr. Seuss-like cactus trees. The Virgin river runs through west of the forest, creating a welcome oasis from the Mojave desert scenery. No facilities, b...

  • 176 East D.L. Sargent Drive, Cedar City
  • 435-865-3053

Elevation 5600 feet. Superb display of Anasazi rock art. This a popular destination for those traveling from Parowan or Cedar City.

  • Cedar City
  • Other

Some good Indian petroglyphs can be found on a rock face at the Parowan Gap north of Cedar City.

  • 401 N. Pipe Spring Road, Fredonia
  • National Park
  • 928-643-7105

Pipe Spring National Monument, a little known part of the National Park System, is rich with American Indian, early explorer and Mormon pioneer history.

  • N Pipe Spring Rd, Fredonia
  • 928-643-7105

  • 472 5300 West, Hurricane
  • State Parks
  • 435-879-2378

Quail Creek Reservoir (590 acres) is an attractive reservoir situated beneath red rock cliff walls. Quail Creek State Park along its southwestern shore offers a paved boat ramp, picnic area, swimming beach and a modern campground.

  • 165 North 100 East #2, St. George
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 435-673-1988

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