Things to do in St George President’s Day Weekend 2019

President's Day 2019

If you are headed to St George for President’s Day Weekend 2019, you’ll be looking for things to do to get out of the house. Whether you’re coming to get out of the snow, or just want to enjoy the amazing outdoors that Southern Utah offers, here are some great suggestions to get you out exploring!

1. St George Area Parade of Homes 2019

If you haven’t experienced the St George Area Parade of Homes, make this the year! The Parade runs from February 15-24, 2019 and features 30 homes by contractors in the area. Tickets can be purchased online and the cost is $15 per person.

2. Visit Zion National Park

Zion National Park is open during the winter and has recently been dusted with a layer of snow! Check out one of Southern Utah’s gems while the crowds are still light!

Zion National Park in Snow


3. Visit Other Southern Utah Trails!

Whether you are young or old, there is a trail for you in Southern Utah! Here is a list of quick trails that you can do by yourself or with the family! You can try Snow Canyon, or one of our favorites, Anasazi Petroglyphs, Owen’s Loop or Sandstone Quarry.

Anasazi Valley Trail Petroglyphs Hike

Anasazi Valley Trail St George Utah

5. Visit Local Historic Sites

There is alot of history that makes St George and Southern Utah what it is today. Many of the reasons you like to visit stem right back to the beginning of it all. Check out the local history that makes this place so special! Some of our favorite sites include: Jacob Hamblin Home, St George LDS Temple and the Little Black Mountain Petroglyph Site (this is not too far from the famous Glitter Mountain).

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Tim LeBaron
Author: Tim LeBaron

HikeStGeorge is a project that began as a seedling for Tim LeBaron in the early part of 2008, but really didn’t begin to blossom until the latter part of 2011. The original idea behind the site was to bring to light all of the harder to find, or “less known” hidden gems of the area. It was more of a pet project than anything. As excitement about the site began to spread, there was more of a push to develop information about all hikes in the Southern Utah Region.