April 12, 2012

St. George Favorites

Here is another look at some of our
St. George Favorites...

Sand Hollow Aquatic Center ~ 1144 Lava Flow Drive, St. George Ut 435-627-4585.
This indoor facility offers year-round fun. This unique design makes for great swimming year-round. The center offers two pools, a competition/diving pool and a leisure pool, which is a zero-depth children’s pool. It features water walks, slides, sprays and moving water devices. Hours are scheduled for open swimming as well as family and lap swimming.

Visiting the Grandma & Grandpa

Hiking, Biking, and Climbing

Zion’s National Park (1-435-772-3256)
Designated in 1919, Zion is Utah's oldest national park. The park is known for its incredible canyons and spectacular views. Famous hikes including The Narrows, Subway, and Angels Landing attract adventure enthusiasts from around the world. Hiking possibilities are endless. With nearly three million visitors per year, Zion is Utah's most heavily used park. Most park facilities are located in the Zion Canyon area, and it attracts the most visitors. There are four main sections in Zion National Park.

The Dixie Rock
Take St. George Blvd, turn north on 200 east. Drive to top, which is Dixie rock. Parking lots on left and right. If you go right, just past the parking lot is a turn to the left. This will take you back to the narrows, and a handful of climbing and bouldering.
Poppy Trail?? or Fat Man's Crack??
and Dining!!!
The Bear Paw Cafe 75 NorthMain Street 435-634-0126
Cafe Rio 471 East St. George Boulevard, 435-656-0200
Eureka Casino Resort Friday Night Seafood Buffet
275 Mesa Blvd. Mesquite , NV 89027 702.346.4600 1-800-346.4611
Gun Barrel Steak & Game House1091 N. Bluff Street, 435-652-0550
Nielsons Frozen Custard 445 E Saint George Blvd 435-628-5579
Pancho & Lefty’s 1050 S. Bluff Street 435-628-4772
Paula’s Cazuela 745 Ridgeview Dr, 435-673-6568
Pizza/Pasta Factory 2W Saint George Blvd Ste 8 435-628-1234
Pizza Factory (Express) 1930 W Sunset Blvd St. George 435-634-1234
Rickshaw (Chinese Cuisine) 1973 W. Sunset Blvd, Suite F 435-688-1208
222 E. St. George Blvd. 435-656-3625

We also "love to see the temple..."
St. George LDS Temple (250 East 400 South, St George, 435-673-5181) ~
Mormon pioneers began building this temple in 1871, soon after arriving in the area. The building was completed and dedicated in 1877, making it the first LDS temple to be completed in Utah. The temple is a majestic white structure that serves as an important area landmark. Visitors are invited to tour the grounds and view informational displays at an adjacent visitors center.
St. George LDS Tabernacle ~ Built of native red sandstone by struggling pioneers, the tabernacle was dedicated in 1876 and stands as a monument to their faith and determination. Today, the tabernacle is home to church services, daily music recitals, and the weekly Dixie History and Music Series.

Main Street Fountains (Main Street, St. George Ut) ~
Family friendly outdoor waterfalls and fountains. A little relief from the hot St. George sun. Great for even the littlest person in your group. ~ & it’s Free!!
A few others....

St. Geroge Cinema 6 ~ 905 S. Main , St. George Ut 435-673-1994
St. George Stadium 8 ~ 1091 N. Bluff Street , St. George Ut 435-673-1994
The Outlets at Zion (250 N Red Cliffs Drive Ste. 5, 435-674-9800)
Center Hours: Monday-Saturday - 10am to 9pm Sunday - 11am to 6pm

Tuachan ~ 2012 Schedule
April 28 @ 8 pm: Martina McBride
May 10,11,& 12 @ 8 pm: Brian Regan
June - October : Aladdin & Hairspray
July & August: Spelling Bee
August 27 @8:30 pm: Huey Lewis & the News
October 25 @ 7:30 pm: Thriller
November 3 @ 7:30 pm: Staying Alive - One Night of the Bee Gees
November 9 @ 7:30 pm: The Nashville Tribute Band
November 10 @ 7:30 pm: BYU Mens Chorus
November - December: White Christmas the Musical

Come Visit St. George!!!
Call us if you need a place to stay!!

1 comment:

amanda said...

Ok you've sold me. Now I want to visit St George:) j/ k you don't need to sell me I LOVE the happy place. Can't wait to go!!