Families will love exploring the 38 miles of hiking trails within the park. Visiting this Utah state park is one of the best things to do on a Utah road trip.
St. George has many kid friendly museums. The Dinosaur Discovery Site is a must see for dinosaur lovers. The museum features dinosaur footprints and swimming tracks, hands-on activities, and fossils.
Just outside the entrance to Zion National Park, lies the abandoned town of Grafton. Many will recognize it from several movie scenes that were shot here, including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Experience one of Utah’s longest zip lines at the “Green Valley Gap”, where you climb up a couple hundred feet, strap in, and soar across the sky
The Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum features historical artifacts, photos, and stories of the pioneer families who settled in Utah. Kids might enjoy taking a tour with a docent to learn more about the history of the town.
There are several good places to stay in St. George. Check out The Advenire Autograph Collection boutique hotel or try glamping near Zion National Park at Zion Wildflower Resort where you can try staying overnight in a covered wagon.
In St. George be sure to stop at Kayenta Art Village and have lunch at Xetava Gardens. We loved the Lemonade Mint Supreme and their burgers were delicious.