Adorable log cabin with two double beds, vintage kitchen with full size stove/oven, sink, small refrigerator, slate shower, large Flat screen 40" HDTV with over 50 channels.
Wireless internet access available and includes washer and dryer. The cabin is located just blocks from the heart of Town Square. Walk to pond, trails, market, restaurants, shops, art museum & art galleries, historic sites, Water Walk and farmers market.
St. George is the gateway to Southern Utah's most popular attractions. Enjoy our 11 year-round St. George golf courses within 15 miles. Live outdoor theaters and outlet mall nearby in Mesquite with Casinos and fine dinning. Outlet Shopping is located just 120 miles to the South in Las Vegas. We are 40 miles from Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon (130 miles), and the Grand Canyon is just 150 miles to the south. Zion National Park is one of the scenic wonders of the natural world. It's famous for its deep canyons, sandstone cliffs, and scenic vistas. The Park combines the gentle beauty of lush forest land with the towering majesty of colorful mountain peaks and Virgin River carving it’s way through native sandstone to create the incredible scenery found in Zion Canyon. The river itself now serves as a natural corridor for exploring the park. There are several easy, self-guiding trails along the river, along with more challenging hikes where the river and its tributaries cut through narrow canyons. For those with strollers or in wheelchairs, the Riverside Walk is suitable for all ages. More adventurous or strenuous hikes include Angels Landing and The Narrows.
The Grand Canyon National Park is an exceptionally deep, steep-walled canyon in northwestern Arizona excavated by the Colorado River. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide, and more than 5000 feet deep. The entire canyon is extremely beautiful, containing towering buttes, mesas, and valleys within its main gorge. The north face of the Grand Canyon is located 150 miles from St. George.
Southern Utah is the Mecca for the outdoor enthusiast. Southern UT is known for great biking, camping and climbing trails. See the breathtaking Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon, and Snow Canyon. Enjoy year-round golf with eleven great courses within a 15-mile drive including 3 championship courses (Coral Canyon, Sunbrook, and Green Spring).St. George is not just a sports enthusiast destination but also embraces the arts at the Tuacahn Amphitheatre, 'Broadway in the Desert'.
When the Mormon pioneers arrived to settle St. George in 1860, among the crops they planted were cotton, grapes and even mulberry trees to raise silkworms. Those crops were not successful, but the efforts - including construction of elaborate irrigation systems - became part of this southwestern Utah city's heritage. That history is now commemorated in a $7.5 million project along Main Street. Town Square and Water Walk project, which are located just blocks away runs for six blocks and have three distinct elements.
The Brooks' Nature Park includes the spring-fed Cox Pond, an amphitheater, wildlife preserve, observation decks and trails, including one connecting to the existing 65,000-acre Red Rock Nature Preserve. "The pond has been in use for more than 100 years, " From there the water is piped to Main St. where it bubbles out of a waterfall. On the way to Town Square you pass by historic homes, Art Museum, Brigham Young Summer Home, Art Museum art galleries, shops and restaurants and bronze sculptures of historic events. The Town Square consists of a "splash pad", with erupting streams of water.
Another interactive water feature will teach children about irrigation and feature cotton plants and grape vines. In addition, there is a parade ground and grassy festival area with amphitheater seating next to the new Washington County Library. Although settlers came to Washington County as early as 1852, St. George, Utah was settled in 1861.
Mormon leader Brigham Young sent a group of pioneers to the far reaching corner of the Territory of Utah to grow cotton and wine grapes and harvest silk for export to the Civil War-torn northern states. Today the cotton fields are gone, the wineries are closed and the silk industry has given way to modern, more prosperous businesses.
The kitchen includes a half sized refrigerator and freezer, full size electric stove and oven. With spacious counter tops including sink, cups, glasses, plates, and bowls. Almost everything on would need to cook and dish up a meal for four or more.
The living room includes a beautiful a full sized couch, love seat, coffee table with a 40” LCD flat screen HDTV and 5.1 Dolby surround sound stereo receiver gives you an excellent entertainment experience.
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