St. George

54° - January
59° - February
67° - March
75° - April
86° - May
96° - June
102° - July
99° - August
92° - September
78° - October
63° - November
52° - December
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An outdoorsman's playground, St. George Utah is an oasis of incredible rock formations, thousands of miles of hiking trails and desert scenery that will inspire awe in every visitor. Originally settled as a cotton farming site, early Mormon pioneers established St. George in the warm Southern Utah climate among the colorful rock formations and scenic surroundings. Currently St. George is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, attracting residents to its pleasant year-round climate, beautiful natural background, expanding sporting facilities and thriving golf community. You can even catch a professional Broadway-style production at nearby Tuacahn Amphitheater or explore Dinosaur Discovery sites right in St. George. If you enjoy outdoor activities with plenty of other excursions to engage every member of your group, St. George is a perfect addition to your vacation destinations.

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St. George Temple Tour

Dedicated in 1877, this beautiful structure is the first Temple opened by Mormon pioneers after crossing the plains to settle in Utah
Cost: Free
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Zion National Park

As one of the closest major cities to Zion National Park, the beautiful rock formations can be seen for many miles. The peaks and valleys have been carved into the landscape over millions of years and visitors can experience the park by foot, car and even air.
Cost: $7 Per Person
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