The staple of outdoor adventure, the trail fulfills a basic human need to navigate to new places and see new things. Southern Utah has trails for hiking, biking, backpacking, horseback riding, or even just leisurely strolling along. If you are in the area, you are likely never more than a 5 minute drive away from a trail at any given time. Enjoy them all!

Trail Attributes
 Hiking
 Unimproved Road
 Water
 Canyon
 Mountain Biking
 Unimproved Trail

One of the things that often impress visitors most when they visit from other areas is our mountains. Not only are there mountains and peaks soaring many thousands of feet above our main population areas, but the different ranges represent diverse wildlife, vegetation, and geology. Peak bagging is one of the mess common outdoor activities because of the lack of structure in the form of trails and guides, but this can make it rewarding as well.

Peak Attributes
 4 Wheel Drive
 Hiking
 Unimproved Road
 Unimproved Trail

Camping means many different things to many different people - backcountry sites off the beaten path, full RV hookups with all the comforts of home, and everything in between. You can choose to camp nestled in between picturesque red rock formations characteristic of the area, or you can camp in a dense pine forest. As with all the other activities, there is a wide variety to choose form and something for everybody's taste.

Camp Attributes
 Unimproved Road
Places with the most camps
Pine Valley Mountain Wilderness Area (1)

A scenic drive can take an hour or the better part of a day, and it can be a winding highway in the mountains or a gravel thruway representing the road less traveled. While many of Southern Utah's scenic byways have a specific destination to enjoy, the drive itself can often be an experience worth having because of amazing scenery, new places to go, or just to get away from it all from the comfort of a car.

Drive Attributes
 4 Wheel Drive
 Water
 Unimproved Road

Several types of parks exist in the area, with all different things to do. Many feature traditional playsets, jungle gyms, swings, etc. Others are more nature-oriented and feature fewer constructed activities - but they are all great spots to spend some time with family and friends.

Park Attributes
 Water
 Hiking
Places with the most parks
St. George (3)

Looking for something a little different? Pick one of the unique sights in the area. See a historical marker, one of the one-of-a-kind geological formations, petroglyphs hundreds of years old, or perhaps a ghost town or abandoned structure. The area is rich in history ranging from millions of years ago to a time period that some will personally remember - no matter your interests or how far back you want to look, there is lots to learn and see

Sight Attributes
 Hiking
 Unimproved Road

This is the History Summary

History Attributes
 Hiking
 Unimproved Road
 Unimproved Trail
 Water

water summary

Water Attributes
 Water
Places with the most waters
Cedar Mountain (1)
Warner Valley (1)

Cave Summary

Cave Attributes
 Hiking