St. George, Utah Vacation Packages
Set in southwestern Utah, St. George is a popular destination for exploring the dramatic natural wonders that surround it.
Explore St. George
One hundred twenty miles from Las Vegas, St. George and the Greater Zion surrounding area is known as the gateway to three amazing regions — the Mojave Desert, the Colorado Plateau and the Great Basin — that are home to southern Utah’s four national parks.
At an elevation of 2,800 feet, the town of St. George sits below the Great Basin in a stunning valley. Take a leisurely stroll and visit the shops on Main Street and Ancestor Square. Its unique setting of red rock mesas and lush waterways is an ideal home base for family adventures with endless outdoor recreation, as well as spa retreats and golf outings.
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- Zion National Park Slide 1 of 3: Utah’s first national park will enchant you with its massive sandstone cliffs of cream, pink and red that soar into a brilliant blue sky.
- Greater Zion Golf Courses Slide 2 of 3: St. George and the Greater Zion region is a year-round golfer’s paradise with stunning vistas, coral pink sand dunes and greens that wind around towering red rock cliffs.
- Bryce Canyon Slide 3 of 3: Filled with irregularly eroded spires of rocks called hoodoos, Bryce Canyon is a series of natural amphitheaters filled with geological wonders that defy description.
With 300 miles of hiking trails, four state parks,13 top-rated golf courses and 18 wilderness areas, the options for outdoor adventure are endless. St. George and the Greater Zion area draws thousands of people every year to events like IRONMAN, Tri-State ATV Jamboree and St. George Art Festival.
Historic downtown offers many museums and galleries that showcase local culture and original art. One of St. George’s most iconic experiences is “Broadway in the Desert” at the Tuacahn Amphitheater, which is tucked into a red rock canyon. Just north of town is Pioneer Park, a rock climber’s paradise that offers spectacular views of downtown.
Ancestor Square and historic downtown St. George have boutiques and art galleries. Plus, many other locally owned shops and name brand stores are scattered throughout the Greater Zion area.
St. George has some of the best dining and drinking Southern Utah has to offer. Carve out time to try distinctive restaurants and drinking establishments, where special atmospheres and home cooking menu selections will transcend your expectations. From twisted, pioneer-style dishes to fresh modern fare, you’ll find a wide variety of flavors that will captivate any appetite.
Delta Vacations flight + hotel packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta to St. George Regional Airport (SGU). St. George is only a two-hour drive from the Las Vegas and the McCarren International Airport (LAS). And, for the convenience of exploring St. George on your own, we offer car rentals you can add to your package.