Find out why thousands of people make St. George, Utah their home.

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Don't Miss "A Diamond Christmas"

Colorful lights are shining around the city, gifts are being wrapped, and festive music is playing, which means that Christmas is in the air. This time of year brings a feeling of warmth and sentimentality to everyone. There are so many elements that make the Christmas season so special, especially the theater/performing arts! St George, Utah is home to a number of magical Christmas shows that bring the season to life. Our favorite local Christmas event is Diamond Talent Productions “A Diamond Christmas”, which has been a production of Christmas magic in St. George for over 15 years!  This variety show is unlike anything you have ever seen.

This festive…

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Experience the Great Outdoors in Utah

Fans of outdoor recreation are always looking for new thrilling and impressive places to travel. Utah was ranked as one of the top 25 places to travel in the world by National Geographic, so we recommend all of the adventure seekers visit Utah on their next trip. Utah is full of beautiful destinations that are unlike anywhere else in the world, which include five national parks and eight national monuments. With mountainous escapes, towering red rocks, forests of green, and more, exploring the Beehive state will be an unforgettable experience. 

Provo Canyon

Bringing in over 5 million visitors annually, Zion National Park is the most popular place to visit in Utah. It reached the second most visited national…

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When the fall season begins not only does the weather change, but so does the natural scenery. Autumns in Utah, specifically Southern Utah, have some of the most breathtaking views. The orange and red leaves, the waterfalls, and the crisp and chilly fall air all add to the enjoyment of the season. A few of the best places to see fall foliage are Zion National Park, Kolob Canyon, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Pine Valley Mountain. As Northern Utah gets colder and windier at this time of year, Southern Utah weather stays in the mid 60 degrees, so it is the perfect time to go for a hike and see some stunning fall scenery.


Zion National Park

The famous Zion National Park is a beautiful sight all year round, but it’s especially…

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5 of The Best Bakeries to Try in St. George This Fall

One of the best parts about the fall season are the sweet autumn treats you get to try at delicious local bakeries.

Fall bakeries, especially in St. George, Utah, offer the utmost comfort for those who just need a way to unwind and enjoy the sweet energy of the changing seasons. 

What better way to introduce this fall season than by coming up with a list of five of the best bakeries in St. George you simply must try this fall.

The French Bakery

Located to the north of St. George, The French Bakery is a classic bakery from experienced culinary chefs that apprenticed at the Hotel Utah. This bakery is home to some of the best pastries, from classic French artisan breads to sweet and savory…

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New Restaurants in St. George

It can be easy to get sick and tired of eating the same old meals. Whether it’s home cooked or a meal from your favorite fast food joint, it's always fun to try something new. St. George is expanding and has welcomed a number of new delicious restaurants that are must-tries. These eateries offer some of the most authentic and fresh dishes that you can enjoy with family and friends. Check them out!

RocTaco

Roctaco offers a super creative menu with more than 10 one-of-a-kind tacos filled with a variety of different fillings ranging from Korean short rib, carne asada, chicken tikka masala, grilled Mahi Mahi, grilled avocado, and much more. Each taco has an exotic look with vibrant flavors unique from any other taco…

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The Lakes of Southern Utah


There’s nothing like a sunny day out on the lake, especially in Southern Utah, the home to a number of picturesque lakes and water reservoirs. The warm weather and cool water create the perfect opportunity to go boating, paddleboarding, kayaking, wake surfing, wakeboarding, and more. If you’re a fan of fishing, cliff jumping, or sunbathing there are plenty of areas to enjoy those activities, as well. Not only do these bodies of water offer a variety of fun activities to do, but the desert scenery is also uniquely beautiful. Each lake is clean, safe, and maintained well.  A Southern Utah lake day is a great way to spend a summer day, especially when it’s blazing hot! 


In Southern Utah and St. George areas, there are…

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Best cookie shops in st george


As the school year begins, as the weather starts to cool down, and as the leaves start to change you can feel the summer season shift into the fall. You put on your sweater and grab your warm cup of coffee or hot chocolate, but something is missing. You need a cookie. The mouth-watering taste of a warm, salty-sweet cookie is what your taste buds are dying for. This fresh craving poses the question: Where do I find a really good cookie? If you’re asking yourself this and if you’re in the St. George, Utah area, you are in luck. The cookie shops and eateries in St. George are some of the best around. With so many shops, there is a high level of competition, which means that each of these cookie shops is constantly trying…

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St. George Regional Airport


Traveling is one of the most exciting things to do. Visiting new places, meeting new people, and making new memories are unlike anything else. That feeling of walking into an airport with the anticipation of the trip ahead of you is one of the best feelings; however, waiting in long lines and being under the stress of a crowded airport isn’t so fun.  A lot of travelers wish for a smaller and more quiet airport. If you’re one of those people, the St. George Regional Airport is the place to fly out. It has one of the most comfortable and calming atmospheres of any airport. Are you hooked now? Let me tell you all about it!

Quaint and Calm

The St. George Regional Airport is city-owned and covers a little over 1,000 acres…

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Southern Utah is a truly beautiful place. One in which you can truly find some of the most beautiful historical landmarks with rich history behind them. 

Many of these landmarks happen to be a part of national parks, something Utah is incredibly well known for. So you can make a day trip out of visiting a beautiful park or monument while also getting to know a bit of history of the area. 

Even a week’s worth of trying to visit all of Southern Utah’s beautiful historical landmarks wouldn’t be enough time to truly take in all of the beauty and history the area has to offer. 

That’s why we’ve put together a list of just a few of the best historical landmarks in Southern Utah to visit, amongst the countless others. 

Grand Staircase - Escalante…

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There’s a reason why St. George, Utah was named the number one fastest growing metro area in America. The city’s great schools, safe neighborhoods, and high-quality of living are all factors that attract new residents… especially families!

So as more and more choose to make St. George their new home, there are a few things that parents should keep in mind before the first day of school.

Where Do I…?

When you make the move and begin to settle into your new St. George home, it can be helpful to familiarize yourself with your neighborhood—especially if you’ve never lived in this area before!

By taking a walk or drive around your community, you’ll learn more about what you can see or do nearby. This is also a great way to help both you and the…

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