Spring Break in St. George

While some people opt for a crowded party atmosphere during Spring Break, many others prefer a location where they can relax, get refreshed, and enjoy themselves with no hassle. If this sounds like your idea of a great vacation, head to St. George. Here are four reasons that anyone looking for an epic Spring Break should visit Utah’s Dixie.

1. The city is big on entertainment

St. George hosts an abundance of performing arts and music shows during the spring. The Tuacahn Amphitheater is a gorgeous performing arts center that features live concerts, festivals, and theater shows all year long, and world class acts regularly appear on its stage. The St. George Musical Theater and Brigham’s Playhouse provide excellent entertainment while giving back to the local community.

Tuacahn Theatre
2. The scenic views are amazing

Zion National Park is one popular site where you can get a good look at the area’s mountainscapes and canyons, but there are many other sites and national parks in St. George to explore. Bryce Canyon National Park and Grand Canyon National Park are also in the area and will allow you to see St. George’s natural features and wildlife. While touring the Santa Clara River Reserve, you can trek through the Tempi’po’op Trail to see the ancient petroglyphs etched into the rocks. The spring weather in St. George is perfect for enjoying outdoor activities, including camping, golfing, hiking, and biking.

City of St. George Landscape
Image Credit: utahsbdc.org

3. It has a fantastic food scene

The restaurants in St. George can hold their own against the best in any metropolitan area, and you’ll be hard pressed to find better hospitality anywhere else. There are tons of dining options, but Anasazi Steakhouse and Gallerystands out. The dining area displays pieces from local artists, while the kitchen serves artfully arranged and expertly prepared fare. For comfort food done right, Bear Paw Cafe is an great option. If you have a craving for European cuisine, Breakfast at Tifiny’s is a charming restaurant that features a classic French menu, while Cappeletti’s has authentic, homemade Italian dishes and a comfortable atmosphere.

Ichiban Sushi Food
4. You can really have fun learning here

St. George is an excellent place to go if you want to mix in some learning with your fun this Spring Break. Visual art lovers should see the Fibonacci Fine Arts Company, while Coyote Gulch Art Village has a beautiful array of finely crafted art, jewelry, pottery, and paintings. The Zion Human History Museum highlights American Indian culture and the region’s heritage, and the Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum is the place to go if you’re interested in learning about animals. Dino enthusiasts will enjoy the St. George Dinosaur Discovery site, which has great displays of dinosaur remains and is jam packed with interesting information.

St. George is an unexpected Spring Break destination, but once you visit, you’ll definitely want to come back again.

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