With a population hovering around 90,000 residents, the historic Utah community of St. George has retained many of its charming characteristics, while providing a number of attractions and amenities the whole family will enjoy.

For years, St. George has been noted for its striking natural beauty and geographic proximity to a number of locales. The town, on the southwest corner of Utah, borders Arizona. It also is near such distinct geographic areas as the Mojave Desert, Colorado Plateau, and the Great Basin.

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For more details on St. George, Utah, and the assorted family-friendly attractions within, and near, the city, visit the Greater Zion Convention & Tourism website.

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