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Make St. George your next getaway—choose from 13 great vacation rentals

Southern Utah's unique, rugged desert landscape surrounds you in these delightful Utah vacation rentals in St. George. Brimming with history and a vibrant art scene, and surrounded by some of the West's most visited national parks, our St. George vacation rentals offer a launch pad that is both bold yet homey.

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St. George vacation rentals for every getaway

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West Canyon Wonderland 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 3 Bath | Sleeps 8

West Canyon Wonderland - St. George, UT

From $105
Entrada Casita with a View
0 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Entrada Casita with a View - St. George, UT

From $150
Red Rock Casita 3D Tour
0 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Red Rock Casita - St. George, UT

From $150
Red Rock Suite 3D Tour
0 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Red Rock Suite - St. George, UT

From $249
Green Valley Getaway 3D Tour
5 Bedroom | 4.5 Bath | Sleeps 18

Green Valley Getaway - St. George, UT

From $218

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Recent St. George vacation rental reviews

This is our third time staying here- & have enjoyed our stay each time. Comfortable beds, love that each bedroom has its own bathroom. The kitchen is well equipped & appreciate the new directions on how to use each tv. We love how close it is to hiking trails & that pickleball, pool & hot tub are right in the resort. We will for sure be back to stay here again.
Leslie P. | Jan 2022
Although this place was a little small (basically a studio: one big room with a kitchenette and attached bathroom, walk-in closet, and shower/tub area), it was perfect for a couple on vacation. The view was lovely, and we really enjoyed waking up every morning to see the sunrise over the mountains. The gas fireplace was an unexpectedly nice surprise-- I guess I did not remember seeing that in the pictures. Also, the place was spotlessly clean and modern. Very comfortable. One small downside: this place is located in a gated community, and coming and going with all the codes needed was a little bit of a hassle. Arriving at night was a little confusing because of the gate, but also because the map app on my phone just completely gave up on finding the apartment. The instructions from the owners were not helpful because we accidentally came at the rental from a different side street, having missed a turn in the dark. Sending GPS coordinates along with the check-in instructions would be an easy way to rectify this. That said, this neighborhood is literally across the street from Snow Canyon trailheads (e.g., the Kestrel Trail), and a multi-use trail even starts around the corner from the rental. If you're headed into the park, then there's no need to go through the security gate at the entrance. We did that a lot. Overall it was great, though--would definitely rent this place again. P.S. Word to the wise: do not pick up prickly pears ;) They don't have those where I come from.
Daniel B. | Jan 2022
We loved staying in this property. It was clean and well taken care of. We were happy it allowed us to bring our dog. It was in a central location which allowed us to do many fun activities as a family.
Lauri S. | Jan 2022

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Where is St. George, Utah?

Located in Southern Utah, St. George sits on the geographical convergence of three distinct land areas: the Mojave Desert of California and Arizona, the Colorado Plateau of the Four Corners region (Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado), and the Great Basin of Nevada. This mosaic of landscapes creates a vacation setting unlike any other, with its red dirt, towering rock formations, and high desert vegetation.

About 140 or so miles north is the Wasatch Mountain Range of Park City, and just 83 miles north is the mountain resort of Brian Head.

Things to do in St. George, UT

One word perfectly describes St. George: active. This is a dynamic location, bringing guests close to some of the most astounding natural surroundings, yet supplying urban musts with a rich arts and culture scene.

Guests of our St. George vacation rentals will find themselves outside most of the time, enjoying the well-maintained trails and paths within many of the parks. Biking, hiking, trail riding, rock climbing, camping, and backpacking are all favorite pastimes (proper permits and passes may be required).

Parks near St. George, UT

The crown jewel of the St. George area is about 40 miles northeast at Zion National Park. From the Narrows, a stretch of canyons and streams traversing through the park to Angel's Landing, a hike up steep cliffs to get to a panoramic view of Zion Canyon, Zion offers guests of all active levels a chance to take in its majesty.

Red Cliffs Desert Reserve is only eight miles from town proper. Boasting open spaces and fabulous views, this reserve is a paradise for unique desert wildlife like the desert tortoise and the Gila monster.

Bryce Canyon National Park, about 140 miles away from St. George, is a truly unique landscape and definitely worth the drive. Even locals struggle to adequately describe the amazingly vibrant combination of orange and pink hoodoos (tall spires of rock), and high desert scrub forests. Perfect for both hikers and photographers, this is a park you have to see to believe.

Our St. George vacation rentals are also fabulous options for athletes visiting the area for the St. George Marathon, which is the fifth-largest marathon in the US, or the IRONMAN 70.3 US Pro Series.

St. Geroge is also a hub of local town parks. Besides the usual playgrounds, picnic areas, and public facilities, guests can fish in the stocked waters of TAWA Ponds, admire native desert plants and fish at the Red Hills Desert Rock Garden, or challenge their limits with a climb through the slot canyon in Pioneer Park. For some of the best views in town, climb to the top of Sugarloaf (also in Pioneer Park), and for a quick stop on your way to the Bloomington Country Club, pause by Petroglyph Park to admire to boulders of preserved rock art. 

St. George cultural attractions

Need a break from the rough and tumble of the outdoors? Shop around Ancestor Square and enjoy a selection from over 100 eateries in the historic downtown area. Schedule tee times at golf courses like Sunbrook and St. George Golf Club or Coral Canyon Golf, or take the kids to the Washington City Community Center for a dip in the pool. On a hot day, stop by a local joint called Swig, a drive-thru specifically for cold drinks!

Arts and culture enthusiasts will adore the options available to them, from galleries like the DeZion Gallery exhibiting local artists and free events like Art Around the Corner. Head to the Tuacahn Amphitheatre for Broadway shows and concerts surrounded by the astounding red rocks. Museums of all sorts dot the area, including a Children's Museum and the St. George Temple and Tabernacle. Learn about Utah's origins at the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum, take a historic walking tour of Tabernacle Street, or about some of the Utah's oldest locals at the Dinosaur Discovery Site. 

During your stay, you may catch a free concert at the Concerts in the Park series, indulge in a stroll through the annual Art Festival, or participate in an Art Walk.

Whether you're sweaty from bike riding, dusty from hiking, or have arms full of shopping bags from downtown, our St. George vacation rentals welcome you back with warm interiors, beautiful views, and anticipation for the next day of adventure.