St. George in Beautiful Southern Utah

The city's scenery and location along the major artery of Interstate 15 between San Diego and Salt Lake City make St. George a central location for travelers and commerce alike.

Known as "Utah's Dixie", St George Utah has a temperate climate. Mild winter weather makes it an ideal setting for Utah golf courses - Saint George is home to 10 of them!

The city also serves as a major gateway to nearby Zion National Park. Dixie College, the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm and many other attractions are on the "must see" list for the region. The Dixie Center hosts major concerts, conventions and other events.

As a main destination, or as a base for exploring a nearby ghost town or scenic park, St. George is one of Utah's top travel destinations!

St. George is all about the great outdoors. St. George’s climate is an attraction in its own right. There are over 300 days of sunshine per year, with average summer temperatures around 100 and average winter temperatures at 55 degrees.

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