Skip Navigation Website Accessibility
The Cottage at 241 North

Things To Do in St. George, Utah

Located in Southern Utah’s beautiful color country, St. George is known for its mild climate, clear blue skies, outdoor recreation, and rich history. St. George is a great home base for visiting Zion & Bryce National parks, golfing, day spa trips, Tuacahn’s Broadway shows, or visiting the local historic sites. Whether you're looking for an outdoor adventure or a night of fine dining, St. George has something for everyone.


Anasazi Trail
Family-friendly, easy hike that leads to petroglyphs. Roughly 2.5 miles.

Pioneer Park & Owens Loop
About 2.5 miles. Singletrack hike shows views of Ivins, Santa Clara, and St. George.

Red Hills Desert Garden
Five-acre preserve. Over 5000 desert plants, streams, replica slot canyon, and dinosaur tracks.

Chuckawalla Trail
N. Bluff St. Red Rock and Wildlife highlight this trail. Connects to Red Cliffs Desert Reserve.

Red Cliffs Nation Conservation Area
Multiple trails in this area. Family

Snow Canyon State Park
Multiple trails, sand dunes, lava tubes, and lava caves.

Kayenta & Coyote Gulch
Three-mile wash trail. The Hike follows water from the Kayenta cliffs that lead to Fire Lake Park at the Ivins Reservoir.

Scouts Cave
Moderate hike, roughly three miles round trip. Passes over lava, stream beds, and Navajo sandstone rocks. Animal friendly.

Local Events

St. George Ironman 70.3
Intermountain Health IRONMAN 70.3 North American Championship St. George is an iconic race where athletes from all over the world come to prove themselves against this legendary course.

St. George Marathon
Held the first Saturday in October. This marathon is known for being one of the most scenic & one of the top 10 qualifiers for the Boston Marathon.

Huntsman World Senior Games
The games are possible in large part due to our volunteers. Community leaders and the friends and families of athletes make amazing things happen.

St. George Art Festival
The St. George Art Festival prides itself on being a world-class family-friendly event. In the City of St. George you can find live music, theatre, dance performances, art shows, and countless museums. At the Art Festival these arts areas come together for a truly unforgettable weekend.

Red Bull Rampage
The premier big-mountain freeride event returns on Friday, October 13th. Now in its 22nd year, Red Bull Rampage, brings the world’s top riders to the toughest terrain in the world to showcase the biggest and baddest tricks, lines and sends the sport has seen yet!


George’s Corner
2 W. St. George Blvd, St. George

Painted Pony
2 W. St. George Blvd, St. George

Aragosta Fine European Dining
1386 E 100 S, St. George

Hawaiian Poke Bowl
175 W 900 S, St. George

FeelLove Coffee
558 E. Riverside Dr, St. George

Benja’s Thai
2 W. St. George Blvd, St. George

Sakura Japanese Steakhouse
939 E. St. George Blvd, St. George

Ah’Sya Vietnamese Restaurant
929 W. Sunset Blvd, St. George

The Red Fort Indian Cuisine
148 S 1470 E, St. George

Mad Pita Express
2376 Red Cliffs Dr, # 316, St. George

36 E. Tabernacle St, St. George

Rigatti’s Wood Fire Pizza
73 N. Main St, St. George

D.U.B.S Hickory-Smoked Bar-B-Que
1812 W. Sunset Blvd, St. George

Wood Ash Rye
25 W. St George Blvd, St. George

Station 2 Brewery
142 N Main St, St. George

The Cottage at 241 North

We are committed to making our website ADA compliant.




241 North 100 West
St. George, Utah