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In the mid-19th century, the followers of Brigham Young traveled to Southern Utah to establish the Cotton Mission - an effort to build a self-sufficient community of pioneers through the cultivation of cotton. The birthplace of this initiative was Washington City, the first cotton-growing town established in what would become known as Utah's Dixie. 

Today, Washington City is a thriving suburb of St. George and a convenient home base for visiting the countless natural wonders of Southern Utah. So pack your bags and get outside - you'll feel right at home in our Washington vacation rentals.

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Red Coral Inn
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 12 (8 Adults Max)

Red Coral Inn - Washington, UT

$205 avg / night
Zion Cove
3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 10

Zion Cove - Washington, UT

$223 avg / night
Escape to Coral Ridge
3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 12

Escape to Coral Ridge - Washington, UT

$194 avg / night
Cactus Flower
3 Bedroom | 3.5 Bath | Sleeps 10

Cactus Flower - Washington, UT

$239 avg / night
Zion Desert Getaway
3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 10

Zion Desert Getaway - Washington, UT

$206 avg / night

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Recent Washington vacation rental reviews

Nice and clean house but the pans for cook was trash can even cook there, and the code for the garage never work we always have to open from inside the house but everything else was perfect. We stay again I just need to bring my own pans if I want to cook there.
Victor G. | Jun 2022
Great place to stay
Crystal O. | Jun 2022
Loved it all. We took the kids to the pool every night. Cooked at the house! Even used the bbq. Kids liked the bunk beds. On call person responded quickly when we couldn’t find the key to the pool. Would do it again!!!
Michelle D. | Jun 2022

Book confidently. Stay comfortably.

Book confidently. Stay comfortably.
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Where is Washington, UT?

Perched up at an elevation of 2,724 feet, Washington City straddles Interstate 15 on the southern edge of the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area. This city of more than 23,000 residents sits five miles northeast of St. George and its many cultural attractions, 14 miles west of Hurricane, and 36 miles west of the incredible red rock landscapes of Zion National Park. 

Things to Do in Washington, UT

Whether you're in search of outdoor activity or the ease of a mild winter, you'll find it all within the 33 square miles of Washington City.

Make a morning tee time at the Green Spring Golf Course, where you can build your skills on the challenging terrain and enjoy sweeping views of the surrounding desert. In need of a place to beat the summer heat? Visit the Washington City Community Center to cool off in the eight-lane competition pool or the 10,174-square-foot beach-entry pool with a lazy river and a three-story water slide. 

Picnic in one of the city's sun-splashed parks or spend the day boating, mountain biking, and OHVing in the red sand dunes of Sand Hollow State Park nine miles east. You'll also be just 12 miles southeast of Snow Canyon State Park, a gorgeous expanse known for its 7,400 acres of sandstone cliffs and volcanic cones.

National Parks near Washington, UT

Perhaps the most alluring feature of our Washington City vacation homes is their close proximity to Zion, one of the crown jewels of the national parks system

Head west for the day to drive the entirety of the 54-mile Zion Park Scenic Byway or journey through the watery canyons of The Narrows. Catch at least one sunrise at the Towers of the Virgin, one sunset at the Canyon Overlook, and a glimpse of the cliffhanging vista at the top of the Angels Landing Trail.

When you've had your fill of hiking and canyoneering adventures in Zion, take a day trip 128 miles east to Bryce Canyon National Park, where the red hoodoos look particularly stunning at sunrise and sunset. You'll also be 141 miles from the north rim of Grand Canyon National Park, where you can escape the tourist crowds and soak in one of the most iconic views in the United States.

Find ease, convenience, and an abundance of outdoor activity at our Washington City vacation rentals - book your memorable Utah adventure today!
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