1239 S. Main St.
Saint George, UT 84770
Phone: (435) 673-7000
Fax: (435) 628-4340
This fun center will provide hours of entertainment for young and old alike, in the red rock setting of St. George. Miniature golf, bumper boats, go carts and batting cages will keep you occupied for an entire afternoon or evening. Refresh yourself at the pizza cafe, and try out your hand on the latest video games in the arcade. Prices for miniature golf are $5 for adults; $2.50 for children 8 and younger. Go-Karts and bumper boats are $4.50, and batting tokens are $1 each. Check website for their varying open days and hours.
The tall and imposing white structure with a peculiar tower on the top of the facade is located at the heart of St. George. It is the oldest active temple and the first to be completed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (L.D.S.) in 1871. The temple was originally called St. George and comprises of three ordinance rooms and 18 sealing rooms with a floor space of 10,000 square meters. Although closed to the general public, one can visit the visitors center which has interesting displays related to the temple.
Watch those beautiful birds or feed the hungry ducks at Tonaquint Park. Nestled on South Dixie Drive, the picturesque park is an idyllic place for a pleasant evening stroll. The park is also home to a well-developed tennis court.
Vernon Worthen Park is a public park in Saint George. The park is equipped with a play area and restrooms.
Dixie Sunbowl is a picturesque park in St. George. Nestled on South 400 East, the park's history dates back to the year 1940. The sprawling park also remains a popular venue for a host of events and activities.
Saint George Town Square is a great place to escape the bustling city life. The park features a small stream of water, a carousel, a beautiful brick building and fountains.
Initially serving as a church and a courthouse, St. George Tabernacle is a late-19th century edifice that boasts of a stunning architecture. The clock and bell tower of the building soars to a height of 140 feet! The walls, the interiors, the decor all sum up to create a sense of awe in the mind of every visitor who steps into this building. The St. George Tabernacle, locally known as the 'jewel of the desert' is home to various religious concerts, live performances, gigs and other local events. It has a seating capacity of 1200 which makes it an ideal location for grand events. Call for details.
Dixie State University is a university in Saint George established in 1911. This historic university offers certificate courses, baccalaureate programs and foundation courses.
Brigham Young Winter Home is the former residence of renowned pioneer Brigham Young, follower of Mormonism. The home is where Brigham Young spent the four years of his life and guided the construction of St. George Temple and Tabernacle.
College Park is a small local park in Saint George. The park has basketball courts, a playground, picnic units and a small area with a grass turf.
Spread across 54 acres (21.04 hectares), Pioneer Park is a rock climber's haven due to its red rock formations. It offers spectacular views of the Red Hills Parkway, Zion National Park and White Dome. The Dixie Rock aka the Sugarloaf is a major attraction of this park. This parkland features BBQ pits, two covered pavilions, an amphitheater, a trail-head, hiking trails and picnic areas.
Brooks Nature Park is a beautiful neighborhood park in Saint George. The park features Cox Pond, amphitheater and walking trail.