Spring is the perfect time to visit Southern Utah. Flowers are blooming, the weather is perfect for hiking and the options are endless for those seeking outdoor adventure! Below are a few suggestions of things you can do while visiting this spring break destination.
National And State Parks
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, Utah has five national parks and 43 state parks for you to choose from. Whether you choose to hike or bike, one of the many state and national parks has terrain that’s just right for you. Some noteworthy places to visit is the Escalante Petrified Forest State Park where you can see thousand year old petrified trees or Goblin Valley State Park with eroded rocks resembling a goblin. Make sure to bring your camera because you are sure to run into many photo opportunities.
Charming Towns In Southern Utah
Think western charm when you picture the small towns located in this destination. With mom and pop souvenir stores and local diners galore, you’ll feel as if you just stepped foot in a wild wild west movie! Consider towns like Kanab, Panguitch or Springdale, all western-style towns where you’ll be sure to find a knick knack or a bite to eat.
St. George is also regarded as the golf capital of Southern Utah. Here, you can find year-round golf weather with courses situated between beautiful red rock and below vast blue skies. St. George’s climate stays moderate throughout the year, meaning you can golf during just about any season. Spring is perfect golf weather there as it is not too hot. Courses including Sand Hollow, Sunbrook and Sky Mountain are regarded as some of the best courses in the southwest.