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What to Explore in Southern Utah

A Guide to the Ultimate Exploration Experience

Are you feeling exhausted from all the hustle and bustle of daily life? Well, look no further than Southern Utah. Make your next vacation an oasis of peace and relaxation as you find the best places to escape during your stay. When it comes to vacation rentals, Southern Utah Luxury also has the best variety to fit your taste and style. Along with your accommodations, St. George has a wide range of activities to suit your preferences. Below are some of our favorite places that are the best activities to help you unwind, relax, and escape. So whether you are a learning artist, an outdoor enthusiast, or just trying to find a place of peace and quiet, there is something for everyone in St. George, Utah.

Voted best of Southern Utah five years in a row, Sun Rock Yoga is a place to be to find relaxation in the heart of St. George, Utah. The instructors provide expert instruction to make the most of your classes.

Hammocking has taken the world by storm in the last couple of years and St. George is the perfect place to do it! Choose from a variety of parks to find you little haven while on vacation.

Just off of Tabernacle Street, this quaint bookstore is every reader’s dream. The Book Bungalow offers so much more than books. They offer book clubs, poetry readings, TED Talk discussions, kid’s story time, author signings, and even music nights.

Voted the number one day spa in St. George, you are sure to find relaxation here. They offer massages, facials, pedicures, waxing, spa packages, and more! They even have men services as well.

This garden that overlooks the city is full of endangered desert plants and is the only one in Utah.

This is such a beautiful place for evening walks, family pictures, and more. The best part about it is feeding the ducks.

This is one of the best places to go if you want to create one-of-a-kind artwork. The Tilted Kiln offers a plethora of services including wheel throwing classes, paint-your-own ceramics, and even a kids clay camp.