Find out why thousands of people make St. George, Utah their home.
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Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014 at 10:21pm. 86 Views, 0 Comments.
If you pay attention, you may notice a few more Dixie State University flags and t-shirts around St. George. This increase of paraphernalia is part of a PR campaign by the new university president, Dr. Richard “Biff” Williams, to try to involve St. George in the Dixie school spirit.
Dr. Williams’ goal is to “create an engagement between the university and the community that is unmatched anywhere else in the country.” as reported by The Spectrum.
While Dixie State has been around since 1911, St. George hasn’t really embraced the college town feel like its Utah counterparts in Provo and Logan have. There are many reasons to embrace school spirit and enjoy the perks of a nearby university. Here are a few reasons St. George residents can…
Friday, October 4th, 2013 at 4:29pm. 1498 Views, 0 Comments.
A Rich History, With Dinosaurs
In 1861, Brigham Young, the president of the Church of the Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, began a cotton mission in St. George, Utah. During the same year, and around the beginning of the Civil War, Young established a settlement in Washington County, Utah. As a result, the area boasts deep religious roots, and a breadth of Civil…
Tuesday, February 12th, 2013 at 4:21pm. 4136 Views, 0 Comments.
Golfing in St. George, Utah: Come to Play and Stay!
A.A. Milne, an author best known for creating the Winnie the Pooh stories, once explained, â€œGolf is so popular simply because it is the best game in the world at which to be bad.â€ Whether you are
only just beginning to swing a nine iron, a retired pro or just a person puttering around somewhere in between, in St. George, Utah, you are certain to find plenty of golf courses to practice and play on.
Long hailed as a stunning golf community, residents of Washington County, Utah, can enjoy the game of golf year round, all set against one of the most beautiful red rock backdrops in the world. The temperate climate and the abundance of space have quickly made St. George home to some of the…
Monday, February 4th, 2013 at 3:23pm. 1300 Views, 0 Comments.
Big City Culture & Small Town Hospitality
When considering moving to a smaller community, some people fear the lack of culture and arts that might be available for entertainment and enjoyment. However, there is no need for such fear if you are thinking about relocating to St. George, Utah.
The stunning desert landscape of this Southern Utah area lends itself nicely to the arts, and because of this many organizations, theaters, galleries, concert series, readings series and artisans call St.
George, Utah home.
Before contemplating any homes for sale in any area, it is important to know more about the local community and culture. While St. George may be a smaller community, there are far too many cultural and artistic aspects to discuss in a single…
Tuesday, January 29th, 2013 at 7:12pm. 484 Views, 0 Comments.
A Lifetime of Adventure
Living in St. George, Utah, promises a life time of adventure for the outdoor enthusiast. Whether you love to hike, rock climb, 4WD, dirt-bike, mountain-bike, camp, backpack or simply take a drive through some beautiful country, you should certainly consider homes for sale in this area.
Called an â€œOutdoor Meccaâ€ by many, St. George, Utah, and its surrounding lands, offers something for everyone. Located only an hour from both Bryce and Zion National Parks, when you live in St. George you truly live near some of our countryâ€™s most treasured lands.
Just North of St. George, Zion National Park offers breathtaking views of Zion and Kolob canyons. This beautiful valley promises gorgeous scenery and lots of…
Wednesday, March 28th, 2012 at 8:46pm. 2948 Views, 0 Comments.
A Little Local Flavor
Iâ€™ve often heard people say that they really felt at home in a town once they knew where all the great local eateries were. If you are considering moving to St. George, Utah, discovering all of the wonderful cuisine this town boasts is sure to be one of the most delicious parts of your relocation process.
The dining and cultural scene is certainly something that anyone contemplating homes for sale in any area must think about. After all, you arenâ€™t only thinking about moving into a new home, but you are considering becoming a part of a new community. It is important that you can enjoy and experience that community to the fullest. This is easy to do in St. George. This small, friendly Utah town is home to a wide…
Thursday, March 22nd, 2012 at 8:48pm. 1356 Views, 0 Comments.
Spring has finally arrived and St. George is getting ready for their annual Art Festival on April 6 & 7. Attracting over 30,000 people, this longstanding Easter weekend event is located outdoors in the beautiful Town Square, against a backdrop of fountains, landscaped gardens and antique carousel.
Dating back to 1980, this 32 year old event has something for everyone and features thousands of original works of art, live music, amazing food, and a creative children's area.
110 of the best quality artists who apply for the festival are chosen to display their work. You can expect a variety of painting mediums, sculpture, pottery, photography, woodworking and other surprises. There are cash prizes for the top entries, so the competition is…
Monday, January 9th, 2012 at 9:53pm. 738 Views, 0 Comments.
The real estate in St George is unique and gorgeous, with breathtaking views just about everywhere you look. St George is a small city in Utah. Just a few years ago this city was not well known, but today it is really getting alot of attention nationwide.
St. George Utah real estate market is the best in the nation, and it is definitely something that you want to look into. Over the past ten years this area has becoming increasingly more and more popular not just for the fact that you can without a doubt find a very affordable home, but also an area that has so many things to offer you.
The sheer fact that you have the ability to find a home that you can actually afford in an area that has everything to offer you is one of the…
Monday, January 9th, 2012 at 9:33pm. 1128 Views, 0 Comments.
St George, Utah is one of the 50 best places in America for people to retire to, with the many age-restricted communities itâ€™s no wonder. But there are other reasons for this title, like the golf courses. It is a golfers paradise, you have a choice of the eleven course, and each of them offer you some breathtaking scenery. And because the weather is always perfect you can golf nearly all year long, although it can get very hot during the summer months. The crime rate is low, with a population of 60,000 and growing every year.
Typical weather Throughout the Year in St George
Summer temperatures will generally be between 104Â° and 110Â° during the day, and during the fall and spring you can enjoy the temperatures between 70Â° an 80Â°. I…
Monday, January 9th, 2012 at 8:55pm. 777 Views, 0 Comments.
Nobody would have thought that a small town in southern Utah would be called the fastest growing city in the United States. St. George Utah was once the home to only about fifty thousand people, and that number has doubled over just a few short years. Itâ€™s actually pretty amazing.
There are many different reasons why Saint George Utah has become so popular. For one this town is so beautiful, the land is filled with red sandstone, and black lava and the skies are filled with mountain views and wonderful blue skies. St. George is beautiful and filled with so many things for you to do. There is definitely many adventures that you can enjoy in the mountains, and the national parks.
So Much to Do in St. George
Just because this town is a small…