The proximity to the beautiful St. George and booming growth the area of Little Valley has received in recent years leaves no doubts to be had as to why this gorgeous community is so highly sought after.

The charming, small town feel that this stunning, family-friendly neighborhood brings to the table simply cannot be overlooked. Although the reasons to move to Little Valley situated in a cozy corny of St. George appears to be endless - today we’ll be covering just a few of the very best.

Perfect for the Kids

While Little Valley has been growing at explosive speeds for a small community, what hasn’t changed is its warmth and dedication to having the perfect community amenities suited to offering the best and most active lifestyle for your kids. 

The Little Valley Pickleball Complex is an outdoor pickleball facility consisting of 24 outdoor courts and beaming lights for late night play.

With countless pickleball events including youth pickleball, clinics, lessons, leagues, and even tournaments - Little Valley truly has the needs of every family kept in mind. 

Hosting the USAPA West Regional tournament in 2016 and the Huntsman World Senior Games, the Little Valley Pickleball Complex is constantly looking for ways to help kids want to improve themselves. 

The Fields at Little Valley is in the second phase of a multi-phase project. With a mass of sprawling greenery, this park offers covered pavilions, four soccer fields, two large playgrounds with a splash pad, two future soccer fields to be built, and an incredible place to play softball. 

Nature Lover’s Heaven

One thing all of southern Utah has to be proud of and what makes it truly unique is its incredible national parks. 

Besides having one of the unreal 7 Natural Wonders of the World bordering its southern backyard known as the famous Grand Canyon just a short drive away from Little Valley - the parks that make up this beautiful state truly make it one of a kind.

Four national parks that are just a short drive from Little Valley and the St. George area that you simply can’t miss include:

Zion National Park 

Not only the most popular and widely loved park in all of Utah - but one of the most popular in all of the United States. Bringing in visitors from all over the U.S., you’re truly in for a scenic experience of a lifetime with this sprawling park near Little Valley.

A family-friendly park offering hikes for all ability levels with red rock walls and unique stunning views encompassing the entire southern Utah landscape at the peaks. 

Bryce Canyon National Park

While a bit further of a drive away - this gorgeous national park and its views make the drive more than worth it with its breathtaking crimson colored hoodoos, the spire-shaped rock formations people travel from all over to see.

With the largest collection of hoodoos in the world, this incredible park overlooks stunning sights to experience after a long hike with friends and family like Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Inspiration Point, Bryce Point, and many more. 

Capitol Reef National Park

Most neglected for its further distance away from Little Valley and the St. George area compared to other parks, however the experience makes the drive feel like nothing. 

Like Zion National Park’s little brother, but a much stronger feeling of small-town charm only Utah can bring and smaller crowds make this a perfect day trip location. 

Locally run orchids in the heart of the park offer fresh fruit from in the summer and fall surrounded by beautiful walls of red rock. 

Great Basin National Park

On the smaller size of the parks, however, it boasts absolutely tremendous sights and an experience you won’t soon forget for a short trip outside Little Valley.

Does not fall short of incredible mountain views whatsoever but is most famous for Lehman Caves which is a gigantic underground cave brimming with stalagmites, stalactites, and once in a one of a kind ranger-led tours. 

While you may find any place in southern Utah to be something of a show-stopping beauty, Little Valley in St. George truly offers all of the family-friendly experiences you need while also providing access to nearby sights you can’t find anywhere else in the world.

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