8 Things To Do In St George Utah During The Summer

Ah, summer. A time to relax and spend on vacations. And for those of you with kids? It’s a time to spend together making what will eventually become cherished memories, or at the very least, it may become a time to fill up their schedule with interesting and entertaining activities.

St. George is a great place to spend a great summer and make fun things happen.

Here at Coral Springs Resort we specialize in all the things to do in St. George, and we specialize in fun times.

Things to Do in St. George Utah During the Summer

1. Go to Town Square Park

Safe, relaxing, and beautiful. In Town Square Park your family will find a splash pad, a lazy river, and many other water features that you and the younger ones will enjoy.

1. Go to Town Square Park

In the heart of St. George’s historic district, this park has spacious greenery and lots of walkways with ample space for children to play and adults to breathe easily. The park features water attractions such as several fountains to help freshen up from the summer heat, and as an added bonus, Town Square Park offers free Wi-Fi. Bonus!


2. Paddle Sports

One of the many fun things to do in St George in summer is to go to Sand Hollow Park for paddle sports like boating, water skiing, wave running, and obviously paddleboarding. All the scenic places on such a beautiful national park make a great backdrop that would motivate even the most sedentary of people to at least splash around a little bit.


3. Visiting St. George Children's Museum

One of the coolest places to visit in Southern Utah, not just to cool off with some A/C but to learn something while you’re there. This museum has a total of 12 exhibitions that are tailored towards both children and adults. At the St George Children’s Museum make sure you don’t miss the replica of the Oval Office.

4. Red Hills Desert Garden

The Red Hill Desert Garden is 4.5 acres filled to the brim with herbs, rock formations, desert flowers, small creeks, and lots of cacti and other desert flora. This is the perfect spot for a picnic.


5. Going to Kayenta Art Village


A unique and interesting enclave sitting on a nice-looking landscape, just waiting for visitors to discover it. Kayenta Art Village is a unique spot in Southern Utah. In addition to art galleries, you’ll find theater, music, a spa, a delicious outdoor cafe, and plenty of interesting things to look at, including the stunning red rock landscape.


6. Having Fun at Quail Creek State Park

This is the perfect place if you want to get away from the more crowded places for a minute but still want to enjoy some watersports, go camping, and do some fishing. Check out Quail Creek State Park, where warm waters and cool winter weather await you. 

7. Hiking Trails

St George is a well-known place for having the best hiking trails in Southern Utah. 

Zion National Park is not the only place you will find incredible trails, you can also check out Snow Canyon State Park, Sand Hollow State Park, or Pioneer Park

8. Drive Through Kalob Canyon

If you are interested in unique geological history, plant life, diverse animals, and some spectacular views you must visit Kalob Canyon. It’s a great compliment to Zion National Park and offers world-class views.


Lots of people think St. George is a winter-only destination. It’s not. There are amazing things to do and beautiful views to be enjoyed throughout the entire year. One of the key decisions is where to stay. We can help. We have some of the best Southern Utah Resorts. 

For starters, take a look at the suites at Coral Springs Resort. Please contact us or call us 1-435-879-5839 to get the ball rolling.

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