St. George, UT, USA

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Be Carefree in Your Comfortable St. George Condo Rental

When your primary goal is to get away from it all and get back in touch with nature, a trip to beautiful St. George, Utah, is exactly what you need. Surrounded by the immense beauty of natural red rock formations and a desert-like environment, you can lose yourself in the grandeur of your surroundings while in St. George. Inside your St. George condo, you will have all of the amenities you need to feel right at home on your trip, including a full kitchen, spacious bedrooms and even extras such as a balcony or covered parking in some select units.

Outdoor Recreation

Sightseeing is by far one of the most popular activities that you can enjoy when you stay in your condo in St. George. The Red Cliffs National Conservation Area is only a few miles north of the city, and Zion National Park is located east of St. George. Both of these natural areas provide you with a wonderful opportunity for hiking, picnicking, photography, wildlife viewing and more. There are also guided excursions into these areas that include horseback rides, Jeep or ATV tours and other unique options.

Shopping

While this may be a relatively small town, it offers big city shopping excitement for you to enjoy while staying in your St. George condo. Several large retail districts each provide you with a different shopping experience, and these include Red Cliffs Mall, the Shoppes at Zion and the historic downtown shopping district. In these and other venues, you can find brand name shops from national chains as well as locally owned boutiques and shops that have more individual flair.

Attractions

St. George is known for its proximity to the red rock formations in Utah, it also is home to many other attractions that can keep you entertained while you are in the area. For example, you can tour the architectural masterpiece of St. George Temple, or learn more about the history of the area with a visit to the Brigham Young Winter Home Historical Site. Your good times can continue with a visit to the St. George Children's Museum, the St. George Tabernacle, the Jacob Hamblin Home and the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm.

Weather

Many people are drawn to St. George because the temperatures here are typically warmer than in other areas of Utah. St. George has an arid desert climate that is known for its long, warm summers as well as its short, chilly winters. There are more than 300 days of sunshine recorded each year on average, providing you with great weather for sightseeing outdoors. The area receives approximately 44 inches of rain per year and less than two inches of snowfall. Because the temperature differential between evenings and days is significant in a desert environment, it is wise to dress in layers when you are traveling to St. George.

How to Get There

You can reach St. George most easily by car, bus or air travel. Interstate 15 is the main thoroughfare that runs through the center of town, and it connects to Provo and Salt Lake City to the northeast as well as Las Vegas to the southwest. This will be the route that commercial buses typically will take, or you can travel via your own car. If you fly into the area, the St. George Municipal Airport is located just outside of town, and you can rent a car to travel to your vacation condo. If you fly into a major airport, Las Vegas and Provo are the closest major cities.