About Green Valley Resort
If you’re searching for a family-friendly destination with a variety of resort amenities just beyond your doors, look no further than the Green Valley Resort. For 40 years, this gem of southwest Utah’s red rock wonderland has attracted vacationers seeking an escape from the winter snows and relief from high summer temperatures.
Whether you’re soaking up some sunshine by the poolside or kicking back in a bubbling hot tub, our vacation rentals at Green Valley Resort offer the comfort and convenience of an all-inclusive vacation destination. The result is a hassle-free getaway you’ll be coming back to year after year!
Where is Green Valley Resort?
Located in St. George, a mid-size town in the far southwestern corner of Utah, Green Valley Resort is easily reachable off Interstate 15. It’s also just minutes from the suburban communities of Hurricane
and Santa Clara
. Long popular with upstate vacationers from Salt Lake City
and even families as far away as Idaho, Green Valley Resort is a preferred destination for recreation in all seasons, thanks to its numerous indoor and outdoor offerings.
Amenities at Green Valley Resort
Seeking a sun-drenched summer trip with your family? Perhaps an active weekend with a loved one? Whoever you choose to bring - and whenever you come - you’ll find options for all ages and interests with our vacation rentals at Green Valley Resort.
Beat the heat during the dog days of summer in any of the resort’s indoor or outdoor pools. Perfect your cannonball on the diving board, let your little ones splash around in their very own children’s pool, or swim laps in the Olympic-size pool. Suntan on poolside loungers, or take a break from the sun for a Ping-Pong tournament on the covered tables near the children’s pool.
During chillier weather, warm up in either of two indoor hot tubs or soak under the stars in the outdoor tub. There’s even an indoor heated pool, so make sure to bring a swimsuit any season you come.
Work up a sweat in the expansive fitness gym, or get your exercise by chasing balls down on any of the 14 tennis courts—four courts indoor, which are climate-controlled, and 10 outdoor courts, which are lighted for playing at night. Gather your group and divide into teams for a friendly basketball game on the outdoor court, or play some volleyball on the nearby lawn.
Finish out the day with a round of mini-golf on the nine-hole course, then pick up a unique souvenir at the gift shop. Feeling sore from a day full of activities? Plan some pampering in the resort’s signature spa, which offers massages, cleansing treatments, energetic therapies, and personal training.
Attractions Near Green Valley Resort
With the resort’s irresistible combination of wide-ranging amenities and refined vacation rentals, you might not even find a reason to leave the premises. But if you’re up for some sightseeing, there’s plenty around!
The surrounding red rock hills are famous for unearthed dinosaur fossils, and you’ll find some local bones on display at the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site - a great, family-friendly attraction only seven miles east.
Like much of Utah, Mormon roots run deep in St. George. Take a guided tour of the St. George Tabernacle, which was erected during the town’s early pioneer days and still stands in the center of town, about five miles northwest from Green Valley Resort. Continue your peek into the past at the Brigham Young Winter Home, the former seasonal abode of the early leader of the LDS church.
Bring along a sturdy pair of shoes for an afternoon hike at Little Black Mountain (16 miles southeast), and snap photos of ancient Native American petroglyphs carved into sandstone cliffs. Round out your Green Valley Resort stay with afternoons on the greens at Sunbrook, Ledges, or Sunriver Golf Clubs, then find something special at the Shoppes at Zion or the Red Cliffs Mall on the northeast side of St. George.
Come experience the unbridled beauty of Southern Utah
. Plan your escape today with an unforgettable stay in one of our Green Valley Resort vacation rentals.
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