St. George is a clean and vibrant community of about 89,000 residents, located in the heart of Greater Zion.
In cooperation with memorable neighboring cities including Washington City, Santa Clara, Ivins, the area boasts pioneer history and beautiful red cliffs. Surrounded by state parks and adorned by green golf courses, the St. George area is a favorite jumping-off point for all kinds of Greater Zion adventures.
The St. George area is alive with fantastic lodging options, unique shopping, tasty dining, and lots of outdoor adventure. It’s convenient to Dixie Convention Center, St. George Regional Airport (SGU) as well as Tuacahn Amphitheatre, Dixie Tech, and Dixie State University.
St. George is the largest city in Washington County and the eighth-largest city in Utah. It has consistently ranked as one of the fastest-growing areas in the nation for the last two decades, even surpassing Las Vegas in per capita growth.
The St. George area has become a popular retirement destination as well as a respite for those seeking a second home in a more moderate climate. New residents are attracted to St. George’s scenic beauty and its close proximity to unparalleled recreation, including Zion National Park, Lake Powell, and Grand Canyon National Park.